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Holiday cottages in North Yorkshire

NZ6610 : Commondale village greenTA1180 : Looking along Rutland Street towards St John'sSE1287 : Middleham CastleSE1287 : Middleham CastleTA0388 : Tindall Street, ScarboroughTA0388 : George V postbox on Murchison Street, Scarborough
With its wild moorland and picturesque villages, North Yorkshire is a beautiful place to go for a relaxing break. Stay in a self-catering holiday cottage and you’ll also be free to plan your own itinerary and discover everything that this stunning English county has to offer.

No holiday in North Yorkshire is complete without a visit to the North York Moors National Park. Walk, cycle, ride, bird watch or climb aboard a North Yorkshire Moors Railway steam train for a truly unforgettable experience. After an exciting adventure in the Great Outdoors, you can warm up with a cup of tea in a cosy café, like the world-famous Bettys in Harrogate, before returning to your comfortable holiday cottage.

North Yorkshire isn’t just famous for its moors though – the city of York is packed with attractions, including York Minster, the JORVIK Viking Centre, Clifford’s Tower and the Shambles.

NZ8910 : Tunnel under disused railway

TA0388 : Raleigh Street, Scarborough

NZ6610 : Cattle in a muddy field near Foul Green