• Indoor heated pool
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  • Wi-Fi
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  • 18-hole golf course
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    • Onsite therapies
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  • Outdoor activities
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  • Children play area
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  • Veranda with outdoor hot tub
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  • 3 fishing lakes
  • Spotted Duck Café
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Relax in your own Yorkshire Hot Tub Lodge!

When it comes to lodges with hot tubs, Yorkshire has grown hugely in recent years and become one of the top places to stay when it comes to accommodation that includes luxuries like an onsite jacuzzi.  A few years ago there weren’t many private lodges that had such facilities. Now there are lots of superb lodge cabins with hot tubs throughout Yorkshire that offer early booking discounts and low deposit deals. Whatever you’re looking for its available whether it be last minute hot tub breaks for 1 or 2 nights, or you’re after a place to stay on New Year’s Eve, Yorkshire now has an enormous choice. Small secluded Yorkshire lodges with hot tubs are popular with couples and because they usually only sleep 2 the prices are reasonable. Most of the lodges sleep 4-8 and bigger luxury lodges are always a fair bit more expensive.

About Yorkshire

Yorkshire is a fantastic mini break and we strongly recommend a visit. No matter what part of Yorkshire you choose to visit whether it be the Yorkshire Moors, Yorkshire Dales or the Vales of Yorkshire we guarantee you will have a blast. Steeped in history, acres of coastline and countryside to explore , on top of markets and small villages plus York city centre all on your door step.

York was by far one of our favourite places to visit and the trips to York Dungeons and  Jorvik Viking Centre were brilliant. York has something for all the family and is worth the trip.

You Can Now Book Luxury Lodges in "Yorkshire" For As Little As £25 Deposit!

To ensure you get the best prices it's important to book early. Lodge owners love a full diary, but as they fill up, the prices shoot up. Get the best early booking discounts at Hoseasons.

Things To Do And Places To Visit In Yorkshire

The Farmer's Arms

The Farmers Arms at Muker is a traditional country pub offering a warm welcome. Situated amidst the breath-taking scenery of Upper Swaledale, popular with hikers. This charming Yorkshire Dales, dog-friendly pub boasts an open fire, where you can warm your toes while sipping a hot chocolate and a selection of the finest real ales along with a varied menu of hearty home-cooked food catering for all tastes.

 Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway

The Embsay railway starts from Bolton Abbey, a station built in 1888. The structure is still in its original form. As you travel, you will be able to see spectacular views of the countryside. You can also walk more than a mile to Bolton Abbey and enjoy the view of the River Wharfe. At Embsay, you will be able to see vintage carriages and engines that are all very well-preserved. There is also an event that’s held from July to September of each year where the Stately Trains Collection gets fired up. This includes a carriage that has been rumored to have been ridden by Queen Victoria’s daughter, Princess Alice.

Real Yorkshire Travel & Tours

Discover the real Yorkshire with Tim Barber's Real Yorkshire Tours sit back on one of the "Driver Guided" tours and explore "God's own county at your leisure, from family fun days out to major sporting events and foodie experiences, they've got it covered and can also provide bespoke tours if required. Make the most of your holiday in this magnificent county, with a unique experience and give Real Yorkshire Tours a call today.

Harlow Carr Botanical Gardens

Harlow Carr is an amazing place to visit in Yorkshire, especially for families with young children. Your kids can play in the gardens, play games, find wonderful things and play with the plants freely. You can walk around pathways, woodlands and gardens. Adults can also enjoy themselves with the view and the adventurous atmosphere. You can also attend any of the many events held in the botanical gardens, including walks with guides, quiz trails, and theatres.

Brimham Rocks

Even just standing on Brimham Rocks is an amazing experience. You will have a view of Nidderdale as it rolls below you. You will also feel very much fulfilled after you’ve climbed the rocks. The rocks themselves have names coming from animals that they look like. Some are named the Gorilla, the Eagle and the Dancing Bear. You can also watch as some avid climbers practice on the rocks. You can also have picnics on any of the beautiful spots around the area.

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How Stean Gorge

HowStean Gorge offers the ultimate in outdoor experiences, with tons of activities and so much more all in the spectacular surroundings of the Yorkshire Dales. With the team of qualified outdoor adventure instructers, camping area and top-class facilities it's no wonder this extraordinary place is one of the top visitor attractions in Yorkshire.

Aysgarth Upper Falls

Visit Aysgarth Upper Falls and find one of the best views you will ever see. You can walk around in the woods and play until you reach the falls. Back in the 90s, the falls was even used as a setting for one of the Robin Hood movies. Aside from the Upper Falls, you can also visit the Lower and Middle Falls and watch as the river drops and crashes onto huge rocks. Aysgarth has actually been voted as a natural wonder and you won’t be surprised about the award when you see the view. You can check out the gift shop and the museum or hang out at the café located at the mill buildings near the Upper Falls.

The Borough of Castleford

Castleford is renowned for rugby league but there is a lot more for visitors to discover in this busy market town. Steeped in history that dates back to Roman times and includes highwaymen, witches, licquorice and a rich mining heritage, Castleford has something for everyone. Discover its Roman beginnings at the Castleford Museum, enjoy thrills with a day at Diggerland, try skiing or snowboarding at Snozone, trampolining, bowling or a movie at Xscape, take a leisurely stroll by the River Aire or get closer to nature with a visit to Fairburn Ings a RSPB nature reserve. Browse high-end boutiques among high street retailers and have a bite to eat at one the wide selection of restaurants. There is so much more to Castleford than meets the eye.

White Scar Cave

The White Scar cave offers a walk that takes about 80 minutes. You will basically be walking through the national park, but you'll be underground. There are guided tours offered where you will be able to see vast caverns and beautiful rock structures. The cave itself is four miles long and is the longest accessible cave at the park. You’ll be able to admire stone statues, all naturally formed, and waterfalls underground. Be sure to wear the appropriate shoes and clothes because this is basically going to be like hiking, only underground. Metals sheeting covers the cave floors, so your footwear should be appropriate.

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Able to attract both the young and old, the Forbidden Centre stands in the gardens of Tupgill Park. It has labyrinths, passageways, follies, secret doors. It has everything that you could ever want in something that’s called “forbidden”. There are also chambers found underground and tunnels that end up in small doorways that seem to be for dwarves. It offers a fantasy world in real life that is fun for all ages, as long as you can handle crawling through the doorways made for dwarves.

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Thinkadventure.co.uk is a new site dedicated to challenges for those who are visiting Yorkshire and love the outdoors. Whether it’s walking, cycling or something new, Think Adventure will give you all the information you need.

Falconry UK - Thirsk Birds of Prey Centre

Discover over 30 different species of raptor at Falconry UK, Thirsk Birds of Prey Centre. Home to over 70 birds, visitors can enjoy amazing displays and learn more about how these majestic creatures live, hunt and where they come from. After each display get up close and personal in our ultimate hands-on experience you can even sponsor your favourite bird. A fun day out for all the family Falconry UK is a must for visitors to Yorkshire.

gargrave.org.uk

It's nice to get away from it all when you go on holiday, and many people enjoy visiting local villages but how do you know which ones to go to. The site www.gargrave.org.uk gives you all the information you need about this picturesque littl village in Yorkshire, upcoming events, the best surrounding walks, how to get there, history and amenities, so you can plan the perfect trip.

The Bridgewater Arms

Enjoy the best dining experience in Teesdale, serving traditional pub food. fine wines and real ale in the warm and friendly environment The Bridgewater Arms at Winston is well worth a visit. The Interesting varied menu and some of the best seafood dishes around, have seen this quality pub and restuarant recommended by top food guides, locals and visitors to the Barnard Castle area.

Yorkshire River Angler

Yorkshire is the largest county in the UK and as such many beautiful rivers perfect for keen anglers. yorkshireriverangler.com gives visitors the lowdown on the best fishing in the area with detailed descriptions, local clubs and stunning photos. If you are visiting Yorkshire and enjoy fishing check out this useful site for the best place to cast your rod.

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