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They call it God's Own County

Small wonder with its stunning moors, gentle dales and historic cities and market towns

Touring in Yorkshire

One of the largest counties in England, Yorkshire has something for everyone. Whether you want to discover ancient Cathedral towns like York, miles and miles of moorland covered in heather in Spring, festivals and events, railway museums or stately homes, wildlife, or pubs selling local Yorkshire Ale, this region is the one for you.

The largest traditional county in England, Yorkshire stretches over 6000 square miles with a feast of varying landscape from the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the north west and the North Yorkshire Moors to the north east. Once the centre of powerful rulers, Yorkshire displays the vestiges of a colourful past - not least the Viking Jorvic Centre in York or the ruined Fountain's Abbey - as well as its powerful history at the centre of the industrial revolution. Cities such as Leeds and Sheffield buzz with excitement. For a more genteel experience, you can't beat Harrogate with its baths, its beautiful shopping promenades, and tea rooms.

Yorkshire has attracted walkers, climbers, and nature lovers for centuries. Take an old-fashioned steam train through lush valleys past waterfalls and woodland, or watch the seabirds on the dramatic coastline, followed by fish and chips as you watch the fishing boats coming in to Whitby harbour.

Featured Hotels

Bagden Hall

Denby Dale near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Set in stunning grounds overlooking Denby Dale, with excellent dining and comfortable contemporary rooms

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Grinkle Park

Near Whitby, North Yorkshire

Country house comfort on the North Yorkshire Moors, surrounded by its own estate and close to Whitby and the coast.

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Solberge Hall

Northallerton, North Yorkshire

The latest hotel to join the collection and set in stunning surroundings near Northallerton.

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The Old Swan

Harrogate, North Yorkshire

Elegance and contemporary comfort in the heart of Harrogate.

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