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Campervan & motorhome resources in Yorkshire

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Burton Constable Holiday Park and Arboretum: Situated in the village of Sproatley near Hull. We have privately owned timber lodges & static caravans for sale aswell as show homes on display. We also have a touring site for camping & caravanning which is open from: 1st March – 31st October. It is an ideal retreat, with lakes, meadows and woods, creates the peace and tranquility of rural England. These 200 acres of peaceful parkland are overlooked by the magnificent stately home of Burton Constable Hall.....The Old Lodges, Sproatley, East Yorkshire, HU11 4LN, Tel: +44 01964 562508

Carlton Miniot Park: Situated in the heart of North Yorkshire this is in an area of rural tranquility. Established in 1950, we have always thrived on providing our holiday makers peaceful surroundings, including a seven acre lake which is used for fishing and non-motorised water activities. Excellent coarse fishing is reserved for our visitors, one lake being solely for anglers. You may bring your own small boat, canoe or sailing dinghy and use it free of charge. Sandhutton Lane, Thirsk, YO7 4NH, Tel: +44 01845 523106  

Park Rose Caravan Park: A perfect spot for seaside, walking and bird watching holidays. Newly completed park for motor homes and touring caravans. 18 generously spaced hard standing pitches with electrical hook up. Fresh water and sanitation, toilets block and disabled facilities. Being part of Park Rose Village, offers a wide choice of activities including Crazy Golf, F1 coin operated racing cars, Animal Park and Birds of Prey and The Barn ( an indoor and outdoor adventure play barn for children). Address: Covert Lane, Carnaby Sticks, Carnaby, YO15 3QF, Tel: +44 07985 204727  

Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks: Situated on the 'Heritage Coast' in 40 acres of the North York Moors National Park. We are 1 mile from Hawsker village and pub and 4 miles from Whitby, 2 miles from Robin Hoods Bay and 17 miles from Scarborough. Our exclusive seasonal only touring park has all mains service super pitches (10 amp) and grass electric pitches (10 amp) and luxury centrally heated toilet/shower facilities. Free hot water to showers and hand basins. Northcliffe and Seaview Holiday Parks, Bottoms Lane, High Hawsker, Nr Whitby, YO22 4LL,  Tel: (01947) 880477

Restaurants in Yorkshire

Recently under new management, the Devonshire Arms, Cracoe is a beautiful traditional country Inn, David and the new team at the Devonshire Arms offer a warm welcome to both customers old and new, along with hospitality which is second to none. The Devonshire Arms, Cracoe is the ideal base to explore the Yorkshire Dales, and offers six stunning boutique en suite letting rooms with all amenities. Located just over 5 miles north from the delightful market town of Skipton “gateway to the dales.” Devonshire Arms, Cracoe, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 6LA, Tel: 01756 730237

The Wheatsheaf is a core part of village community life and is well supported, and much appreciated, by a strong local trade.  Add to this our excellent en suite accommodation, and you begin to build a picture of a relaxing and convivial venue for your break.  We care about all our customers - residents, locals and day visitors alike. Everyone will experience high standards in the food, ales and hospitality that we offer. Carperby, Near Leyburn, North Yorkshire, DL8 4DF, Tel: 01969 663216

The Brasserie, with its cosy eclectic interior is open daily from noon serving a range of locally sourced food which changes seasonally. This informal and casual brasserie has a wonderful setting with panoramic views across the Dales and is where breakfast is served; it is also a perfect setting for lunch, dinner or afternoon tea. Simonstone Hall, Hawes, North Yorkshire, DL8 3LY, Tel:01969 667522

At the Burlington Restaurant you are spoilt for choice when it comes to wining and dining. A choice of two of the most highly regarded restaurants in Yorkshire; the refined Burlington Restaurant with a Michelin star and 4 AA rosettes (note the designer silverware and the classic architectural drawings, some over 250 years old). Our Cellar Master Nigel Fairclough, will certainly find the perfect wine to accompany each of your dishes and with a wealth of wine knowledge he is only too pleased to share. Bolton Abbey, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 6AJ, Tel: 01756 710441

The Queens Head at Kettlesing near Harrogate is a traditional country pub and is an ideal base to explore the Yorkshire Dales and surrounding areas, serving an interesting and varied menu of delicious homemade food and well kept local real ales including the famous Theakstons Old Peculier the Queens Head is popular with both tourists and locals alike. Kettlesing, Nr Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3 2LB, Tel:  01423 770263

Serving European cuisine with inventive ideas, Genting Club in Sheffield is a vibrant and social restaurant for over-18s. The sophisticated dining room is home to a slick sweeping bar, where a host of cocktails are available. Classic cooking techniques are used to create the elegant dishes, which range from grilled meat and fish to creamy risottos. Start your meal at the Genting Club restaurant with a duck confit and champagne parfait, with chardonnay, a creative thyme jelly and flavoursome spiced rhubarb compote. St Pauls Place, Arundel Gate, Sheffield, S1 2NJ Tel: 01144 460415

Amongst the bohemian shops and cafes of Devonshire Green, Las Iguanas serves sumptuous Latin American cuisine just a 3-minute walk from West Street Train Station. Transporting you to the vibrant heart of Latin America, Las Iguanas presents an eclectic fusion of pan-continental influences, blending native Latin American, Indian, Spanish, Portuguese and African flavours. An informal yet exuberant eatery, Latin American artefacts punctuate the surfaces at Las Iguanas restaurant. 8-9 West One, Fitzwilliam Street, Devonshire Green, Sheffield, S1 4JB, 

A vintage pub with a homely atmosphere, the Brewers Fayre – The Meadows in Wombwell serves British pub favourites from the cosy interior or outside in the al fresco garden. Varying the menu, there are buffets showcasing foreign cuisine every day, and the kids’ play area encourages families. From succulent grills and signature burgers to hearty pub classics, the Brewers Fayre – The Meadows menu offers some of the nation’s favourite dishes. Brewers Fayre meal deals are offered throughout the week. Meadow Gate, Valley Park Industrial Estate, Wombwell, 

The Mossbrook near Sheffield looks as if it is an original 18th-century farmhouse, replete with stone walls and rustic interior. Serving an accomplished menu of well-loved British food, Chesterfield sofas, a cosy hearth and gnarled oak beams aid the rural character. Your food can also be savoured from the pretty al fresco garden on warm days. Hearty Sunday roasts and trusty British dishes head The Mossbrook menu, and a range just for kids offers mini versions of pub favourites. 

Pub Grub in Yorkshire

Old Hill Inn: Situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, nestling between Ingleborough and Whernside, with fantastic views from the superb en-suite letting rooms.  The Old Hill Inn is an ancient inn of great character, part of which dates back to 1615 and the other part 1835. Originally a farm, then Drovers inn, now specialising in delicious home cooked food and excellent puddings. Chapel-le-Dale, Ingleton, North Yorkshire, LA6 3AR, Tel: 01524 241256

The George Inn is situated in the picturesque village of Thoralby, near Aysgarth Falls in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. This stone built inn, owned and run by Charles and Becci Martin, is ideally located for exploring the Dales. The George has a cosy, welcoming atmosphere and offers Four Star, Gold Award en-suite accommodation, excellent meals, real ales (Cask Marque Accredited) and good wines. The George Inn, Thoralby, Leyburn North Yorkshire, DL8 3SU, Tel: 01969 663256

Jackie and Ed welcome you to The George Inn, Hubberholme. This traditional Dales Inn with flagged floors, stone walls and mullioned windows is the last remaining family owned free house in the parish of Buckden, Upper Wharfedale. Comfortable accommodation, quality home cooked food, well kept cask beers from Black Sheep and other primarily local breweries together with an excellent selection of wines and Malts are on offer in our unique inn. Hubberholme, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 5JE, Tel: 01756 760223

Sit by the log-burning stove at The Star Inn country pub and restaurant in Malton, and enjoy your favourite drinks and food from our extensive menu of pub favourites and homemade stone-based pizzas, cooked in our authentic Italian pizza oven. We pride ourselves on the quality of our food, prepared fresh on site, and on the comfortable accommodation you can book by calling us today. We have lovely rooms that are great for leisure breaks and for walkers and cyclists, as we’re located on the Wolds Way. Families with children, and dogs, are more than welcome... 

The Travellers Inn is a family run BarRestaurant with En-Suite Accommodation, built in 1782 as a Coaching Inn, we are close to Junction 37 of the M1 motorway, 3 miles from Barnsley Town Center and on the edge of the Pennine Trail, Holmfirth ( Last of the Summer Wine Country is only a 20min drive. Only a few miles to the West is Cawthorne which hosts Cannon Hall, 18th Century House Country House. Meadowhall Shopping Center is off Junction 34 off the M1. A mile away from Silkstone Golf Course.

Ye Old Bell Hotel: Passionately restored throughout by local owners, our 360-year old stage coaching inn is now enjoying a much deserved renaissance combining years of tradition and history with contemporary style, creative cuisine, superb wines and warm hospitality to create a truly unique atmosphere! All our individually styled bedrooms, suites and four posters are admired by everyone from the business guest to the honeymoon couple! Elegant high rooms with large windows contrast with pretty cottage' style rooms with exposed beams and leaded windows. Period antiques and original features are complemented by flatscreen TVs, wi-fi and fluffy duvets!

Historic Buildings

With over 2,500 years of turbulent history behind it, Scarborough Castle defends a prominent headland between two bays, with sheer drops to the sea. Before the castle was built, this natural fortress was favoured by prehistoric settlers before serving as a Roman signal station and Viking haven. This spectacular castle has also endured sieges from medieval kings and Civil War armies, and German naval bombardment during WWII. Now you can climb to the battlement viewing platforms for dramatic coastline views, and take tea in the 18th-century. Address: Castle Road, Scarborough, YO11 1HY, Tel: +44 01723 372451 

Towering over the attractive market town of Helmsley, and surrounded by spectacular banks and ditches, Helmsley Castle is an imposing sight with a wealth of history. The first castle at Helmsley was built in the early twelfth century by Walter Espec - 'Walter the Woodpecker', who also founded nearby Rievaulx Abbey and Kirkham Priory. Modernised by Robert de Roos and his descendants, and converted into living quarters and a luxurious mansion by the Manners family, the castle faced its greatest challenge in the Civil War period....Castlegate, Helmsley, YO62 5AB Tel: +44 01439 770442

At the top of Skipton High Street stand the massive twin towers of Skipton Castle...The Gatehouse of Skipton Castle is over 900 years old, one of the most complete and best preserved medieval castles in England and is well worth a visit at any season of the year.Visitors can explore every corner of this impressive history-rich castle, which withstood a three-year siege during the Civil War. View the Banqueting Hall, the Kitchen, the Bedchamber and Privy. Climb from the depths of the Dungeon to the top storey of the Watch Tower. Skipton, BD23 1AW, Tel: +44 01756 792442

Breathtakingly sited on a rocky promontory above the River Swale, the great castle of Richmond is among the oldest Norman stone fortress in Britain, begun in the decades after the conquest. The towering keep, over 30 metres (100 feet) high and remarkably complete within, was added during the reign of Henry II in the 1170s : its roof provides splendid views over the clustered houses of the pretty market town of Richmond. Traditionally King Arthur lies in a cavern beneath the castle: more certainly conscientious objectors were imprisoned in the keep during World War I. Richmond Castle, DL10 4QW, Tel:01748 822493 

Ripley Castle has been the home of the Ingilby family for twenty-six generations and Sir Thomas and Lady Ingilby and their five children continue the tradition. The guided tours are amusing and informative, following the lives and loves of one family for nearly 700 years and how they have been affected by events in English history. The Old Tower dates from 1555 and houses splendid armour, books, panelling and a Priest's Secret Hiding Place, together with fine paintings, china, furnishings and chandeliers collected by the family over centuries. Ripley Castle, Ripley, Harrogate, HG3 3AY, Tel: +44 01423 770152

Bolton Castle provides a huge range of exciting things to do in Wensleydale, Yorkshire. From family days out to educational trips and historic tours you will find a raft of sights, sounds and smells which bring the castle to life and make for a truly memorable trip. Now one of the country’s best preserved medieval castles, Bolton was originally built, by Sir Richard Le Scrope, to rival the finest and most luxurious homes in the land. Completed in 1399, its scars bear testament to over 600 years of fascinating history including involvement in the Pilgrimage of Grace, Mary Queen of Scot’s imprisonment and a Civil War siege.
Yorkshire Beaches

Sandsend Beach Nr. Whitby: A small picturesque beach situated on Yorkshire's heritage coastline. It is a popular haunt with fossil collectors and fishing enthusiasts and the cliffs provide shelter for the casual beach goer. This is a sand & shingle with 5* water quality,  Facilities: Cafe/restaurant, Toilets, Shop, Pub nearby. No lifeguard service. YO21 3SU

Filey Beach: A long sandy beach set in a wide bay. In town, the beach is edged with a historical promenadeand beach chalets. Close-by to the north, Filey Brigg has some good rock pools to explore with good fishing at the end of the Brigg (providing there are no seals). Facilities: Cafe/restaurant, Toilets, Disabled facilities, First aid point, Lost child centre, Shop, Deck chair hire, Beach hut hire. Activities: Sailing, Surfing, Wind surfing. YO14 9JQ

Scarborough Beach (south Bay): One of Britain's most famous seaside towns. Scarborough has excellent choice of amenities and entertainments. South sands is a large sandy bay with good facilities, child friendly amenities and is popular with families. A handy cliff lift provides easy access. Facilities: Cafe/restaurant, Toilets, Disabled facilities, First aid point, Lost child centre, Shop, Pub nearby, Deck chair hire, Slipway. Activities: Amusement arcade, Swimming/bathing, Surfing. YO11 1NT

Robin Hoods Bay: A large pictuesque bay near to Whitby with some sandy areas and extensive rock reefs exposed at low tide. Robin Hood's Bay has a dock for small boats and some good local pubs and restaurants surrounding the bay. Activities: Donkey rides, Surfing. Facilities: Toilets, Pub nearby. No lifeguard service. YO22 4SJ

Danes Dyke (Flamborough) Beach: The beach is 3/4 mile in length, backed by cliffs, and located in a bay near to Bridlington. It is made up of sand and pebbles with some rock pools, and looks across Bridlington Bay to the south. Activities: Good fishing, Swimming/bathing. Facilities: Cafe/restaurant, Toilets, Slipway. 5* water quality, YO15 1DW

Runswick Bay: A picturesque bay with a golden sand beach which traditionally provided safe anchorage for fishing boats but is now more popular with holidaymakers. This is a favourite for fossil hunters as the cliffs erode and expose fossils millions of years old. Activities: Good fishing, Swimming/bathing. Facilities: Toilets, Pub nearby, Slipway. TS13 5HT