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Yorkshire offers the perfect mix of beautiful countryside, outstanding beaches, seaside resorts and cosmopolitan cities.
Take a look at some of these highlights and then read on to discover where to book your ideal Yorkshire accommodation.
The North Yorkshire moors are filled with ancient woodland and historic sites, complemented by spectacular coastline.
The Ingleton White Scar Cave is a stunning natural cave in the Yorkshire Dales, with underground streams and a waterfall.
Harrogate is the best known spa town in the north of England, with many tourists visiting to experience the spas and treatment therapies. Valley Gardens in Low Harrogate is the City's main park and offers an ice-cream parlour, playground, outdoor paddle pool and a summer house.
Scarborough is known for its lively nightlife, with plenty of bars, restaurants and even a large casino. Spa Theatre in Bridlington has played host to many entertainment greats and also offers a good night out. Bridlington also has a superb beach and offers traditional seafront amusements and entertainment for children, along with old time slot machines.
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Yorkshire hotels can be found to suit any budget, ranging from bed and breakfast right up to luxury hotels...
Hotels in Yorkshire provide a superb contrast, with some hotels keeping their historical feel and others presenting a contemporary look. Small, intimate hotels offer a personal service whereas larger chain hotels generally have outstanding facilities.
Hotels in the Dale areas of Yorkshire tend to be located in small villages in the hills, whereas seaside towns such as Scarborough, Whitby and Bridlington offer hotels right on the seafront.
For those seeking a beautiful seaside town, Scarborough is a great location. With hotels in Scarborough offering perfect sea views, it’s the largest holiday resort on the Yorkshire coast and has been officially classified as having "safe" beaches.
Bridlington is another excellent seaside resort in Yorkshire, offering some of the best beaches around. Bridlington is home to Sewerby Hall and Gardens, which accommodate a small zoo for children. Bridlington Leisure World offers an indoor pool with a water slide and wave machine.
Many Harrogate hotels provide spa facilities for their guests, so make a booking in the town to experience the soothing waters of the area.
Whether you are looking for hotels in Hull, Leeds, Sheffield or one of Yorkshire’s other cities, or you fancy a break amid nature’s splendour – perhaps you just hanker for a day or two by the seaside – use TravelSupermarket to compare the best hotel deals on the market.
There’s something wonderful to see in almost every corner of England’s largest county...
Top five attractions
One of Britain’s greatest beauty spots spans across North Yorkshire, where rolling hills cup dramatic valleys as they burrow their way around this vast landscape.
As well as some traditional seaside offerings such as Scarborough, Bridlington and Whitby, you’ll find stunning, lesser-known gems such as Runswick Bay, Sewerby and the mysterious charm of Robin Hood’s Bay.
Leeds, York and Harrogate have some of the finest shopping centres in northern England, as well as thriving restaurant and nightlife scenes.
This award-winning attraction is the flagship of Hull – a city currently enjoying a renaissance. The world-class aquarium sits well in the cosmopolitan city, which has recently found itself rising up the to-do list of many visitors to Yorkshire.
The county town is packed with history as well as some fine shops and restaurants. Set on the brooding River Ouse, you’ll find remarkable museums and one of the grandest religious buildings in Britain – York Minster. Take the steps to the top for one of most splendid views in Yorkshire.
Yorkshire folk like to lay on a “bit of a do”, so there’s rarely a time when one event or another isn’t in full swing...
Seafest Festival; July: The Seafest Festival takes place in Scarborough each year to celebrate the work of the town’s fishermen and hosts of folk singers, musicians and shantymen descend on the Scarborough area.
Great Yorkshire Show; July: England’s largest agricultural show takes over the Showground near Harrogate every year, where thousands are treated to a festival of traditional Yorkshire events and a wealth of fun and games.
Ripon International Festival; September: The Cathedral City of the Dales comes alive to the sound of music each year as classical musicians, opera singers and thousands of visitors descend upon beautiful Ripon.