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Valley View Lodges

Valley View Lodges (Nawton ) - Enjoying lovely country views from their verandas and a tranquil setting just a 200 yard stroll from a village pub serving food these two newly refurbished lodges make an excellent base for exploring the myriad delights of North Yorkshire. Set with three similar properties on a truly peaceful and friendly little site they lie 3 miles from the market towns of Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley which boasts a castle and seasonal open air swimming pool. Rievaulx Abbey Castle Howard Flamingo Land Eden Camp and the North York Moors Steam Railway at Pickering are all within 10 miles whilst the the medieval city of York's wealth of attractions – including York Minster the Jorvik Viking Centre Railway Museum and great shopping – are only 25 miles distant. Scarborough's sandy beaches famous theatre and seaside activities are a 40 minute drive away and fishing golf and walking are all enjoyed locally. A farm shop/cafe selling local produce is ½ mile and a popular fish and chip shop and restaurant is ¼ mile.


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Charlcot Lodges

Charlcot Lodges (Masham ) - Enjoying a truly peaceful rural setting on the edge of the North Yorkshire National Park, these comfortably furnished lodges share a small private woodland site, close to the River Ure in Wensleydale.
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Beech Lodge

Beech Lodge (Ripon ) - Situated in the lower reaches of the pretty Wensleydale region alongside the River Ure is the historic little market town of Masham. Boasting a huge market square - where a Wednesday market has recently been joined by a popular Saturday market – this charming settlement is set within gently rolling farmland. The town itself provides a good range of crafts, galleries, shops, restaurants and pubs and has become best known as the home to the Black Sheep Brewery – a company which makes over eleven million pints of beer every year. Through the idyllic surrounding scenery, visitors can enjoy a variety of walks along the Ure or across the hills and visit the popular towns of Ripon and Harrogate – both of which are just a short drive away.
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Angrove Country Park

Angrove Country Park (Great Ayton ) - Hot tubs|Panoramic views|Access to riverside walks
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Fewston Lodges

Fewston Lodges (Harrogate ) - Boasting a lovely rural setting on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park these stylish lodges offer a wonderfully relaxing retreat at the end of a great day exploring the many local beauty spots and attractions. Featuring very comfortable contemporary interiors they sit on the owners' working farm just a short drive from Fewston and Swinsty reservoirs' glorious waymarked walks and good fishing and only 7 miles from the beautiful spa town of Harrogate where visitors can indulge themselves at the world famous tea rooms as well as enjoy fabulous shopping. The quaint village of Pateley Bridge Fountains Abbey (N.T.) and dramatic Brimham Rocks are all within a 15 minute drive whilst the market town of Ripon Newby Hall and Gardens and Lightwater Valley theme park are all under 30 minutes. Pub serving food ½ mile shop 2½ miles.


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Handale Log Cabin

Handale Log Cabin (Whitby ) - The village of Danby nestles in the Esk Valley in the heart of The North York Moors. The village has two pubs (both serving food), a bakery and tearooms. There is also a National Park Visitor Centre at Danby Lodge - an historic building set in 13 acres of riverside pasture, with facilities which include exhibitions, nature trails and tearooms. Danby also boasts the ruins of a 14th Century castle and the only remaining working water mill on the River Esk. The scenic Esk Valley Railway line runs through the village on its way to Whitby. The quaint moorland villages of Hutton-le-Hole and Lastingham, the market town of Pickering, the City of York and the Yorkshire Coast villages of Staithes, Saltburn and Robin Hood's Bay are all within easy touring distance.
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Lower Lumb Lodge

Lower Lumb Lodge (Hebden Bridge ) - Cragg Vale is a picturesque Pennine hamlet located on the longest incline in England on the steep and twisting Cragg Road. Cyclists relish the challenge of riding this difficult route up to beautiful heather filled moorland, 1000 feet above sea level. The village of Luddenden and the wonderful oak woodlands of Jerusalem Farm lie on the other side of the valley, and the town of Hebden Bridge with its bars, restaurants, bistros, markets, art galleries and cinema is also close by. The Parsonage Museum, that pays tribute to the Bronte sisters, The Worth Valley Railway Station, and Skipton (aka the “Gateway to the Dales) are all a scenic drive away. This is a great location for discovering all that the Yorkshire Dales have to offer.
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Valley View Lodges

Valley View Lodges (Nawton ) - Enjoying lovely country views from their verandas and a tranquil setting just a 200 yard stroll from a village pub serving food these two newly refurbished lodges make an excellent base for exploring the myriad delights of North Yorkshire. Set with three similar properties on a truly peaceful and friendly little site they lie 3 miles from the market towns of Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley which boasts a castle and seasonal open air swimming pool. Rievaulx Abbey Castle Howard Flamingo Land Eden Camp and the North York Moors Steam Railway at Pickering are all within 10 miles whilst the the medieval city of York's wealth of attractions – including York Minster the Jorvik Viking Centre Railway Museum and great shopping – are only 25 miles distant. Scarborough's sandy beaches famous theatre and seaside activities are a 40 minute drive away and fishing golf and walking are all enjoyed locally. A farm shop/cafe selling local produce is ½ mile and a popular fish and chip shop and restaurant is ¼ mile.


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Thornlea Log Cabin

Thornlea Log Cabin (Whitby ) - Set in the beautiful and peaceful Esk Valley and lying in the heart of The North York Moors is the lovely little village of Danby. This settlement boasts two pubs – both of which serve food – a bakery and a tea room. Also close by is the excellent National Park Visitor Centre at Danby Lodge – a wonderful, historic building which provides exhibitions, nature trails and tea rooms, all set in 13 acres of riverside pasture. Danby also hosts the ruins of a 14th Century castle as well as the only remaining working water mill on the River Esk. Train enthusiasts will also enjoy the scenic Esk Valley Railway line, which runs through the village on its way to the seaside resort of Whitby. The area is full of excellent towns to visit including York, Hutton-le-hole and Lastingham, as well as the villages of Staithes, Saltburn and Robin Hood's Bay.
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Jamies Cragg Holiday Park

Jamies Cragg Holiday Park (York ) - Jamie's Cragg Holiday Park is a beautifully secluded park nestled amidst pleasant meadows and woodlands which contributes to the peace and tranquility in an area that offers a perfect mix between enchanting landscapes and some of the most amazing coastline in the country.
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