Holidays in Yorkshire

Yorkshire breaks & weekends away

 

Why choose a holiday in Yorkshire?

Described by its inhabitants as "God’s own county", Yorkshire holidays will leave a lasting impression. From historic cities to stunning coastline; from areas of outstanding natural beauty to the warmth of its people. Stay in the forest at Keldy, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, or at Cropton, which is just minutes from the delightful North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway.

Self-catering Yorkshire breaks

Yorkshire is a great destination for a getaway to a log cabin in the forest making it an ideal destination for weekend breaks or longer stays. Whether you're looking for dog friendly holidays, hot tub breaks or romantic weekends, freedom awaits at our self-catering Yorkshire cabins at Cropton and Keldy. Offering beautiful coastal paths, wild moors, and a variety of activities on offer, it’s a place to create unforgettable memories.

Log cabins in Yorkshire

A great location for adventure and relaxation

  • Cropton, North Yorkshire

    Looking for a cabin break in the north of England? Our log cabins in Yorkshire are in a great location for adventure and relaxation. Our lodges at Cropton are centred around a clearing in the forest and have the luxury of private outdoor hot tubs. Some of our cabins are dog-friendly too, so no one gets left out. Choose from the popular Golden Oak sleeping up to six guests to the romantic Golden Oak Hideaway for two. 

  • Keldy, North Yorkshire

    The hot tub cabins at Keldy are dotted among the trees, half hidden from view. Choose from the Golden Oak Treehouse sleeping up to eight guests to the affordable Silver Birch sleeping up to six. For the ultimate forest experience, choose a Golden Oak cabin, with extras such as a log burner and fluffy bathrobes. From your log cabin in Yorkshire, you can explore the coast, the moors and the dales of this glorious county.

Things to do in Yorkshire

Our favourite places to see and things to do on a holiday in Yorkshire

  • Spectacular views and marvelous architecture

    Yorkshire has been recognised for having two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty covering over 800 sq. kilometres! The Howardian Hills stretch from Helmsley and Cotswold to the River Derwent and Kirkham Priory, scattered with historic houses, villages and beautiful landforms throughout. Nidderdale is an area of spectacular moorland and vast green meadows with the River Nidd flowing through it. Yorkshire is also home to York Minster, the largest Gothic Cathedral in Northern Europe; it took an astounding 252 years to build and features 128 stained glass windows dating back to the 12th century!

  • Traditional towns and modern cities

    Pickering, a picturesque market town is just 7-miles away from our Yorkshire locations and has a number of shops and restaurants to try. Whilst in Pickering, why not board a train on the North York Moors Railway, the longest steam railway in the UK? Head for Whitby and visit the splendid ruins of Whitby Abbey or climb the famous 199 steps to the church and headland. For a day at the seaside, Scarborough is just 24 miles away. Here you will find a big, sandy beach at the heart of this traditional coastal town. For somewhere a little bigger, the city of York is reachable in just under an hour and is highly recommended if you're looking for variety and plenty of attractions.

  • Activities in Yorkshire

    There are lots of activities in Yorkshire suitable for the whole family. For those interested in history and learning, you will find six national museums in and around Yorkshire. If a tree-top adventure is more your thing, Go Ape can be found in Dalby Forest - just 12 miles away from Cropton and Keldy. If culture and tradition interests you, don't miss out on a trip to Castle Howard, an old-fashioned working estate with some amazing architecture.

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