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    Over 8,500 sq kilometres of spectacular countryside make North Yorkshire the largest ceremonial county in England, much of it taken up with the beautiful North York Moors and the picturesque Yorkshire Dales, and almost half of the county designated as a National Park.

    Things to do in North Yorkshire
    With some of the most beautiful countryside and coastline in the country, the geology of North Yorkshire is reflected in the varied landscape. Walking, hiking and rambling are all popular local pursuits, while the proliferation of heritage railway makes the county a popular destination for train spotters and rail aficionados.

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    Pickering – An historic market town in Ryedale, overlooking the Vale of Pickering, and the official gateway to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Pickering is well positioned to offer visitors a myriad of attractions, including the opportunity for a relaxing ride on England’s longest steam railway (the North Yorkshire Moors Railway), an energetic ramble around the historic ruins of Pickering Castle, or the educational merits of the social history documented by the Beck Isle Museum of Rural Life.

    Scarborough – A quintessential seaside town and the largest resort on the Yorkshire coast, Scarborough is still a thriving settlement, with a high rocky promontory pointing eastwards into the North Sea, balancing the ruins of the 11th century Scarborough Castle; although ruined since the English Civil War, the Castle still attracts visitors to climb and wander over its battlements, and offers spectacular views of the town and surrounding countryside and coastline.

    Whitby – This archetypal Yorkshire town is situated at the mouth of the River Esk; the fishing harbour is dominated on its East Cliff by St Mary’s Church and the spooky ruins of Whitby Abbey, the setting for part of Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’. On the opposite side of the harbour, a whalebone arch commemorates the once-thriving local whaling industry. A statue of the once-resident Captain James Cook is also situated nearby.

    Robin Hood Bay – This picturesque fishing village is located just south of Whitby, and was once a more important port than its now-famous coastal neighbour. It still retains links to its tradition of smuggling, and the fine maze of tiny streets is reputed to house a network of subterranean passageways, built to aid the distribution of contraband during the 18th century.

    Grosmont – Within the wilds of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Grosmont is a mecca for railway enthusiasts, with its station forming an intersection between the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and the national networks Esk Valley Line. It is also home to the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group’s workshop and the NYMR’s engine shed.

    Staithes – This small seaside village to the north of Whitby was once one of the most prosperous fishing centres on the North Sea coast. Now this pretty hamlet, with its sheltered harbour, is largely a tourist destination, with only one local fishing boat still taking to the sea.

    Guisborough – Home of the ruined 12th century Gisborough Priory, this market town still holds a twice-weekly sale each Thursday and Saturday.

    Bridlington – The North Sea fishing port is a popular tourist resort, with steep coastline to the north, leading to low sands to the south. The Old Town lies about a mile inland, whilst the main tourist area and harbour are focused at Bridlington Quay, with the parade and ornamental gardens providing ample opportunity for walks along the fine promenade.


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    photo of Beachside , Seaton Garth, Staithes, Cleveland
    Beachside has many original features including cast iron fireplaces, exposed stone walls, roll top bath, stripped pine doors and beamed ceilings. There is a separate modern fitted kitchen with microwave, oven and hob. ...
    Bedrooms: 2
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    photo of 2 Bedroom At Broadgate Farm , Broadgate Farm, Beverley Rd, Walkington, East Yorkshire
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    photo of North Kingsfield Holiday Cottages , North Kingsfield Farm, Fraisthorpe, Bridlington, East Yorkshire
    North Kingsfield Holiday Cottages consist of three luxury cottages which are part of a 5 star rated mediaeval barn conversion. Set on a small working farm just outside the village of Fraisthorpe, near the town of ...
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    photo of 23 High Street , Pear Tree House, Ruswarp, Whitby, North Yorkshire
    www.peartreehouse-whitby.co.uk Pear Tree House is a delightful Grade II listed cottage dating back to 1750, ideally situated in the heart of the lovely village of Ruswarp (opposite the fabulous butchers), just a mile ...
    Bedrooms: 3
    Sleeps Max: 8
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    photo of Low Moor Holiday Cottages , Barmoor Lane, Scalby, Scarborough, North Yorkshire
    5 superb self catering holiday cottages situated in open countryside just outside the villages of Scalby and Burniston but only a 15 minute pleasant journey into the popular East Coast seaside town of Scarborough. Handy ...
    Bedrooms: 4
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    photo of Lion House Apartment , Ramshill Road, South Cliff, Scarborough District, North Yorkshire
    Just a few steps from the delightful Esplanade with its picturesque sea views and a five-minute walk to town , is this large , airy apartment which occupies the whole of one floor of a large Victorian villa. It is ...
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    photo of Haglathe House , 20 Henrietta Street, Scarborough District, Whitby, North Yorkshire
    Welcome to Haglathe House, a Grade II listed cottage in Whitby that dates back to 1760. The property is only a short walk to Tate Hill beach, which is steeped in Dracula history, the pier, and the 199 steps leading up to ...
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    photo of White Rose Cottage , Fylingthorpe, nr. Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire
    Set in a peaceful location on a 200-acre estate and with commanding views over countryside and coastline, this stone cottage has been thoughtfully renovated and has its own small garden. Adjoining the owner's home, it is ...
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