Autumn evening light on the Bridestones
Credit RJB Photographic
Whatever your interests - cycling, horse riding, golfing, walking or just touring in this glorious countryside - we have it all here - woodlands and heather moors, hills and dales and the delightful east coast towns of Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay and Scarborough only a short distance away. Within a radius of 35 miles a wide range of attractions awaits your discovery.
Walking & The Coast
There are many walks from the front door to nearby villages and onto the moors and dales. We are proud to have been accepted into the North York Moors National Park Walking Friendly intitiative.
Further afield, why not try a whale watching trip from Staithes or Whitby or go on one of the organised boat trips along the coast to see sea birds close up. (It is best to book these in advance as they soon sell out.)
Photo Tracey Philips
Helmsley Walled Garden
Castle Howard Gardens
Chris J Parker_NYMNP
Castle Howard Credit Parker_NYMNP
Scampston Walled Garden
Visit the Bridestones in Dalby Forest or the beautiful North Yorkshire coast where you can search on the beach for seashells, fossils and jet
Autumn evening light on the Bridestones.Credit RJB Photographic
The two National Park Centres at Sutton Bank and Danby, as well as the Dalby Observatories in Dalby Forest have been named as Dark Sky Discovery Sites (Milky Way class) – so named because the galaxy is often visible to the naked eye from them.
Organised night walks are conducted from Lastingham onto the moors by Large Outdoors from time to time.
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