Visitor Attractions In Yorkshire
Here are some websites that you may find of interest or that might assist you in planning your self-catering cottage holiday in Yorkshire.
- Bempton Cliffs RSPB
Bempton Cliffs RSPB is a 'must visit' site only a couple of miles from our cottages at High Barn and Field House. The towering chalk cliffs of Bempton and Flamborough Head are home to 500,000 seabirds and Bempton is the UK's largest mainland seabird colony.
- Burton Agnes Hall, East Yorkshire
Situated midway between Bridlington and Driffield in East Yorkshire, Burton Agnes Hall is an Elizabethan stately home that has stayed within the same family for more than four hundred years. The Hall and its beautiful, award-winning gardens make a great day out for all the family.
- Burton Constable Hall
Burton Constable Hall is a magnificent Elizabethan mansion with Capability Brown landscaped parkland.
- Castle Howard
Castle Howard near Malton is a magnificent stately home situated in wonderful parkland with lakes, temples, children's playground, farm shop, garden centre and cafes.
- Robert E Fuller
Robert Fuller is an acclaimed wildlife artist . His gallery in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds showcases his wonderful wildlife photography and art work , and offers walks and events
- Sewerby Park and Hall
Sewerby Hall is A grade1 listed Georgian house, set in delightful gardens with a children's zoo, 12 hole golf and putting, clock tower cafe and beautiful sea views and is only a mile from our cottages at Field House and High Barn
- Side Oven Bakery
Side Oven Bakery produces delicious food using the best natural ingredients reflecting the character and heritage of the environment
- Skidby Mill
Skidby Windmill is East Riding's only working windmill, located four miles south of Beverley. The flour is sold in the mill shop and used by many local bakers and restaurants
- Sledmere House
Sledmere House is a grade1 listed Georgian country house with fine furnishings, art work and extensive gardens.
- Whitby Abbey
Gothic splendour that inspired the creation of Dracula. Overlooking Whitby's bustling fishing harbour - launch point for Captain Cook's voyages of discovery.
- Wold Top Brewery
Wold Top Brewery is an independent company established by local farmers, Tom and Gill Mellor. Both barley and water is sourced from The Yorkshire Wolds. Field House Farm Cottages, High Barn Cottages and The York Hop Store and York Malt House apartments use only Wold Top Beers in our welcome hampers.
- York Art Gallery
Multi award- winning city art gallery with collections of paintings and ceramics of international importance. Cafe and garden.
- York Boat
Informative and entertaining river cruises along the River Ouse, plus self-drive red boats.
- York Castle Museum
Step back in time, wander through Victorian streets, visit Dick Turpin's prison cell and discover how fashion, food and life has changed over the last 400 years
- York City Sightseeing Tours
Open top bus tours offering an entertaining exploration around the city of York
- York Minster
One of the world's most magnificent cathedrals with Medieval stained glass windows, undercroft and central tower.
- York's Chocolate Story
Discover why York's fame and fortune has been linked for almost 300 years with the story of chocolate. Chocolate making and interactive displays.
- Yorkshire Museum
Roman, Viking, Medieval and natural history - the Yorkshire Museum, set in the beautiful botanic York Museum gardens has fascinating collections of artefacts throughout the ages.
- Yorkshire Railway Museum
The world's greatest railway museum featuring Mallard, the world's fastest steam locomotive.
- Yorvik Viking Centre
An experience like no other - a ride back in time on the actual site of the Viking settlement of AD960- the sights, sounds and smells of Viking Age York.