Little Hotels in Yorkshire

The Burgoyne Hotel

, Reeth
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A georgian country house hotel standing on a village green in Swaledale. Complete with the 1783 Bar and Restaurant.

Guest rating 9.2

Stow House

, Aysgarth
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A boutique B&B in a fabulous rural setting close to Aysgarth Falls in the Yorkshire Dales.

Guest rating 9.9

The Traddock Hotel

, Settle
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Peace and quiet surrounded by the scenery of the Yorkshire Dales. Walking routes start at the front door.

Guest rating 9.5

Cold Cotes Guest House

, Felliscliffe
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A delightful farm guest house surrounded by a glorious cottage garden on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales.

Guest rating 9.8

Tower House

, York
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An exotically designed boutique B&B in a very convenient part of York close to York Minster and The Shambles.

Guest rating 9.9

Ascot House Hotel

, Harrogate
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A small Harrogate hotel with a big Yorkshire welcome.

Guest rating 9.3

Brocco On The Park

, Sheffield
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A boutique hotel in Sheffield with an exceptional restaurant, handy for both the city and the Derbyshire Peak District.

Guest rating 9.3

Downcliffe House Hotel

, Filey
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A perfectly positioned boutique hotel and restaurant right on the beachfront in Filey.

Guest rating 9.2

Judge's Lodging

, York
.

A Georgian townhouse hotel close to all the main sights in York.

Guest rating 9.1

Shallowdale House

, Ampleforth
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A small country B&B with an impeccable interior and stunning garden.

Guest rating 9.3

Wrea Head Hall

, Scarborough
.

A grand gothic mansion in extensive grounds on the edge of the North Yorks Moors.

Guest rating 9.0
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Reasons to visit Yorkshire

As any Yorkshireman will tell you, Yorkshire is God's Own County. Others may disagree, but it is indisputably England's largest county, so it is hardly surprising that it has so much variety and so many things to see and do.

The scenery is legendary, from the North Sea Coast, across the Yorkshire Moors and into the Yorkshire Dales. Not just a paradise for walkers, Yorkshire has taken cycling to it's heart, perhaps inspired by the recent Tour de France stages that featured here. Off-road or On, there are hundreds of spectacular miles to be covered.

Yorkshire's castles and abbey ruins hide a wealth of history along with a little mystery. Wander through magnificent World Heritage Sites or into quiet crumbling monasteries to get a sense of how lives were led hundreds of years ago. With so many Yorkshire towns having been at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution, there are industrial achaeology sites, museums and heritage centres too.

York is famous for York Minster, one of the world's most magnificent cathedrals and a masterpiece of stained glass and stone. The whole city is very appealing, especially the Shambles, a mediaeval street of timber-framed shops and houses. Nor should any visitor miss the Jorvik Viking Centre which celebrates the archaeological discoveries made right beneath the streets or York.

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