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local places to visit

Minster Way

The route was originated in 1980, by Ray Wallis, of the East Yorkshire Area of the Ramblers' Association, and offers a good introduction to the East Yorkshire countryside, including the Yorkshire Wolds. 


National Cycle Route 1- which passes our doorstep - is a long distance cycle route connecting Dover and the Shetland Islands via the East Coast of England and Scotland.


York - a walled city that was founded by the ancient Romans - boasting something for everyone from York Minster for the site-seers to fabulous boutiques for the shopaholics amongst us, finishing off with endless great restaurants and pubs. 


Bridlington is a coastal town on the Holderness Coast.  It is a small fishing port with a working harbour and well known for its shellfish - the fish & chips aren't bad either!  Beautiful beaches stretch either side of the town great for good old-fashioned beach days.

North York Moors

Breath-taking moorland with wooded river valleys, religious ruins and timeless villages in abundance.  A visit to the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway is highly recommended - Goathland Station having appeared many times in Heartbeat, also featuring as Hogwarts Station in the first Harry Potter film.

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