Art Holiday Travel and Vacation information for Yorkshire

Yorkshire has a fascinating and intriguing history, with stories of romance, violence, heroism and adversity spanning over 2000 years. Monuments of centuries shaped by the hands of Roman and Viking invaders and medieval monks have been preserved to recount such tales. Yorkshire has many faces and as many moods, reinventing itself to throw down contrast after contrast. Wild moorland gives way to blossoming lanes; cragged cliffs to secretive salt flats and cobbled markets to chic city waterfronts.
The Dales, including Ripon, the civilised spa town of Harrogate, and their surroundings (virtually all N Yorks W of the A19); the Moors and East Yorkshire (N Yorks E of the A19 along with the administrative county of E Yorks); and the administrative counties of West and South Yorkshire.Each of these areas has a rich variety of interesting places to visit - most of all in West Yorkshire.
Pennine Yorkshire offers varied landscapes and many fascinating attractions. Its moorland and hill towns weave a special harmony these are the landscapes which inspired the Brontës. The Pennine moors with their ever-changing moods are a world apart. To really experience Pennine Yorkshire it is necessary to slow the pace down and stretch the legs. The Pennine Way passes through the area and links up with a number of shorter trails. A link with the past is kept alive in many parts of Pennine Yorkshire where traditional rural celebrations still occur. There are also many country fairs and shows in towns and villages throughout the summer months. Textiles, the Pennine Yorkshire landscape and its people have a centuries-old connection, and everywhere there are constant reminders of these links. Many visitors come to discover the haunts of Compo, Clegg and Foggy. The area has been widely used as a location for TV series and films including Last of the Summer Wine, Room at the Top, Wuthering Heights and Brassed Off. Pennine Yorkshire is also renowned for its festivals and artistic life. A rich multi-cultural background coupled with the dramatic scenery provides artistic inspiration. More visitors come to Pennine Yorkshire for its outstanding countryside than any other reason. The moors and valleys, woods and fields provide visitors with all that's needed for a stay which can be restful and relaxing, interesting and informative. Near to the Pennines are important centres such as Leeds and Manchester. Visit the beautiful green Yorkshire Dales National Park, a patchwork panorama of high fell and pasture, ancient flower rich hay meadows, criss-crossed by dry stone walls and dotted with hundreds of isolated stone field barns. Breaking out here and there in a silver drama of crags and cascading waterfalls, this is limestone country at its best. The ancient villages have become a part of the natural landscape and provide a wonderful record of the social and cultural development of the region. The Dales is home to thriving rural communities where agriculture and tourism go hand in hand in supporting the region's economies. With such a wonderful landscape walking is a favourite activity for many visitors. Cycling and horse riding are also excellent ways of exploring the green lanes and bridleways of the Dales. For the more adventurous why not try caving or rock climbing. The Dales are of course a naturalist's paradise, with the natural, unspoilt landscape providing a perfect habitat for animal and plantlife. For the visitor, above all the Yorkshire Dales are a wonderful environment in which to relax and unwind. The most popular "trade-mark" of the area is the network of dry stone walls of often baffling complexity, which enclose ancient field boundaries. Although this is considered to be a dying art, expert wallers still hold contests in the Dales, attracting visitors from miles around. The turbulent history of the Dales is recalled by the many ruined abbeys and castles. Richmond is dominated by its Norman castle, overlooking the River Swale, one of the few surviving fortresses in England with 11th century walls. Legend has it that a local man called Potter Thomson discovered a vast underground hall beneath the castle, where he found King Arthur and his knights asleep around a stone table. Another example of a Norman castle can be found at Middleham, the headquarters of Warwick, the kingmaker and is associated with Richard III. Bolton Castle in Wensleydale is closely linked to the tragic life of Mary, Queen of Scots, who was held prisoner here for six months in 1568. Jervaulx Abbey, Middleham was founded in the 12th century by Cistercian monks. At the height of its power, Jervaulx owned half the valley of the Ure from the site of the abbey to the source of the river until it was plundered after Henry VIII's dissolution. Most of the church of Bolton Priory, set in the green valley of the Lower Wharfe, somehow survived destruction and now stands amongst the ruins of the monastic outbuildings. There is little doubt that television has created the biggest impact on visitor interest in recent years, the the success of popular series like V"All Creatures Great and Small", filmed mainly in and around Askrigg, though the real-life James Herriot's veterinary practice was actually located in the market town of Thirsk. Viewers will instantly recognise the characteristic scenery of Wensleydale and Swaledale, and the high fell roads which link the two. The Yorkshire Dales have been an inspiration to author and artist alike. One recent innovation has been to establish "themed" walks or tours based on the lives of famous people associated with the area. Richmondshire is the setting for the Turner Trail, which follows a 60-mile route recreating J M W Turner's famous tour of 1816, resulting in 500 of his most famous sketches, whilst the town of Settle is the base for the Elgar Way, recalling the travels of the composer Edward Elgar. By far, the best method of seeing the Dales is on foot. The Pennine Way and Dales Way are just two of the long-distance footpaths in the region, and there are miles of well-signposted walks for all levels of ability, including the ultimate test - the gruelling ascent of the Three Peaks of Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent. Cyclists with stamina and a sense of adventure, as well as motorists, can tackle the many beautiful roads of the Dales. One of the highest, links the deep valley of Langstrothdale to Wensleydale over Fleet Moss, which rises to 1,900 feet at its summit, and offers magnificent views of the fells. The famous Settle-Carlisle Railway begins in the Yorkshire Dales and will take you on a historical tour through what is still largely unspoilt wilderness. The route follows the River Ribble and one of the most spectacular parts of the journey is over Ribblehead Viaduct, one of the wonders of the railway age. Water is the life-blood of the Yorkshire Dales, and the area is renowned for its waterfalls. Aysgarth falls in Wensleydale, is a half-mile stretch of cascading water descending from the spectacular Upper Falls into the more gentle Lower Falls. Few visitors to Hawes fail to visit Hardraw Force, a 98-foot-high cascade which is a spectacular sight after a downpour. Access is through the Green Dragon Inn in Hadrow Village. This is the highest unbroken fall in Britain and the underlying rock has been so worn away that it is possible to pass behind the force. Yorkshire's largest lake is Semerwater, tucked in a lonely valley off Wensleydale. The moods of the lake are notoriously fickle, and can change from serene calm to a stormy tumult within minutes. Legend has it that Semerwater hides a lost city, drowned by a flood sent from Heaven to punish its wicked inhabitants. The Dales are a geologists' paradise, with numerous faults, cliffs and caves. Malham Cove is a remarkable rock face topped by a limestone pavement, whilst close-by is the extraordinary canyon of Gordale Scar. For potholers there is the breathtaking experience of descending into the yawning chasm of Gaping Gill, the largest limestone cave in Britain, which could quite easily contain York Minster within its dark depths. Cottage industries thrive in these peaceful Dales villages. In Hawes, the famous Wensleydale Cheese is still made, whilst still in Hawes, at W R Outhwaite & Son, you can see the ancient art of ropemaking. On the outskirts of the Dales, in Masham, is located the Theakston Brewery, where ale is produced in the traditional way. It can be sampled in the adjoining pub, the White Bear. Traditions die hard in this part of Yorkshire. At Hubberholme, a tiny village clustered around a humpback bridge, a "parliament" meets in the George Inn at New Year for the auctioning of a field tenancy. At Bainbridge, the forest horn is blown each night over a period from the end of September until shrove Tuesday the following Year. Accommodation in the Yorkshire Dales is plentiful, from bed and breakfast on a working farm, to top-class hotels. Visitors can be sure that one trip will not satisfy the urge to discover more about this green and beautiful countryside.

Balmoral Hotel
In a world which often seems to move too fast, The Balmoral Hotel provides an oasis of calm and peace.
Just minutes from the centre of the relaxing spa town of Harrogate and winner of the Which Hotel Guide of the Year 2002, The Balmoral offers a luxurious retreat, set in the topiary surrounds of peaceful, award-winning gardens.

Franklin Mount
Yorkshire England
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Ashley Jackson Galleries
Ashley Jackson, has had an extremely distinctive and illustrious life in the world of art. Since opening his first gallery back in 1963, he has become one of the country's leading and most successful landscape watercolourists. His unique evocative and distinctive paintings of brooding moorlands have become synonymous with Yorkshire, and more particular the moors above and around his Gallery situated in the heart of the Pennines, Holmfirth.

13/15 Huddersfield Road Holmfirth
Yorkshire England
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Geraldine Hughes Studio Ceramics
I have been a potter for 25 years, working mainly in Stoneware. My first workshop was in Derby where I made a range of domestic pots, jugs, mugs, teapots etc. Moving to Sheffield I had a workshop in the centre of the City for seven years. A desire for a change of lifestyle resulted in buying an old farmhouse with attached barn.

Caldwell Farm Oughtibridge
Yorkshire England
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Richard Bennett

18 Kirkgate
Yorkshire England

The Dales Guest House

Main Street Ingleton
Yorkshire England

Craiglands Guest House
Proprietors Anne Eves & Dennis Stinson would like to welcome you to their home near Grassington in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. Grassington, in Wharfedale, is a picturesque little town and there is much to interest the visitor in the area. It is also an ideal base for exploring the other Dales and further afield.There are many interesting walks directly from the house for all abilities, ranging from riverside ambles to strenuous hill walking.

Craiglands 1 Brooklyn Threshfield
Yorkshire England
- Craiglands Guest House

The Corncrake at Cracoe
The Corncrake is ideally placed for those planning a walking, cycling or touring holiday in the Dales. Cracoe is about 6 miles from Skipton and close to the Dales villages of Grassington, Rylstone and Hetton. There are excellent walks all around us, and a quarter of a mile to the rear is about 25 square miles of Open Access walking land. At the Corncrake, everyone is assured of a warm Dales welcome and the best of cooking with home or locally grown ingredients.

Main Street Cracoe
Yorkshire England
- The Corncrake at Cracoe

The Coniston Hotel
Conveniently located on the A65 Skipton to Kendal road, nestling in 1200 acres of beautiful Yorkshire Dales Scenery centred around a 24-acre lake, the privately-owned Coniston Hotel is perfect for leisure breaks, fine dining, weddings, conferencing and corporate activities. The hotel and its grounds form part of the Coniston Estate, home to the Bannister family for over 30 years.

Coniston Cold
Yorkshire England
- The Coniston Hotel

The Clarendon Hotel
This welcoming hotel is situated in the heart of Wharfedale and offers spectacular countryside and the solitude of a quiet village in Yorkshire.
Ideally located for all local amenities and neighbouring beauty spots, the owners also find that many visitors use the hotel as a base for touring the many historic towns of Yorkshire. Hebden lies in a sheltered valley, surrounded by magnificent moorland and high fells, centrally situated in the beautiful Dale of Upper Wharfedale.

Hebden Grassington
Yorkshire England
- The Clarendon Hotel

The CB Inn

Yorkshire England

Carlton House

46 Keighley Road
Yorkshire England

The Buck Inn
This traditional Georgian Coaching Inn has all the comforts of modern life. Set in the sleepy Wharfedale village of Buckden at the foot of the 2,300ft Buckden Pike, the Buck is truly a place to unwind and forget for a while the stress of day to day life.
Spring, summer, autumn or winter, the welcome and warmth remains the same.

Buckden Upper Wharfedale
Yorkshire England
- The Buck Inn

The Austwick Traddock
The Austwick Traddock has built a reputation for its charm, its character and, most importantly, for its friendliness. It is surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and provides the perfect base for walking the three peaks, climbing, touring or just relaxing in unspoilt scenery. Any traveller will find a haven of tranquillity, relaxation and the freshest of country air.

Yorkshire England
- The Austwick Traddock

Ashfield House Hotel
A private hotel in the principal village of Upper Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales. Ashfield House is a secluded seventeenth-century private hotel quietly situated in a small backwater only a few yards from the cobbled village square. The hotel is family owned and run, with a friendly and informal atmosphere, offering guests the opportunity to relax and enjoy a break from their everyday routine.

Summers Fold Grassington
Yorkshire England
- Ashfield House Hotel

The Arkleside Hotel
Situated just off the Village Green in Reeth, the Capital Of Upper Swaledale, the Arkleside offers friendly cosy accommodation with spectacular panoramas over the valley. Resident proprietors Dorothy and Richard provide a warm and personal service at all times in their “ home from home” and are happy to offer suggestions for walks ( maps and guidance always on offer ) or drives to local attractions.

Yorkshire England
- The Arkleside Hotel

Aitches Guest House & Restaurant

11 West Lane
Yorkshire England

Woods Barn

Beckermonds East House Farm Beckermonds
Yorkshire England

Aldwark Bridge House

Boat Lane
Yorkshire England

Abbots Thorn - A Country Bed & Breakfast
ETC 4 diamond. Abbots Thorn is a lovingly converted former Dales farmhouse in Carlton in Coverdale (in the Yorkshire Dales National Park). Each bedroom is south facing with superb views and has colour television, hospitality tray with fresh milk and hairdryer. The guest lounge is the place to relax and chat with felllow guests. Pat prides herself on her cooking so please choose from our extensive breakfast menu (evening meals if required). Wonderful walking, superb scenery, fantastic food.

Carlton in Coverdale
Yorkshire England
- Abbots Thorn - A Country Bed & Breakfast

The Green Frog Gallery

2 Church Street
Yorkshire England

' Art '

6-8 Weetwood Lane Far Headingly
Yorkshire England

Abbey Holiday Cottages

12 Panorama Close Pateley Bridge
Yorkshire England

Whitby Galleries
Our extensive stock of original paintings combines the work of the very best local artists with work from many other parts of Britain and overseas.
Approximately 30 artists supply us on a regular basis, some of these artists being exclusive to Whitby Galleries. This means that we can offer a unique range of styles and subjects painted in a variety of mediums and all at affordable prices.

134-135 Church Street
Yorkshire England
- Whitby Galleries

Reg Warwick
Reg Warwick was born in South Moreton, Berkshire (now Oxfordshire) in 1940, but has lived in Yorkshire for more than 40 years.He has painted, sketched and sculpted since a very early age and has exhibited all over the world. His works reside in public and private collections in 3 continents

358 Selby Road
Yorkshire England
- Reg Warwick

The Masham Gallery
Welcome to the Masham Gallery, situated in North Yorkshire, a source of beautiful and original arts and crafts. The proprietor, Artist Josie Beszant, has built a reputation for having a shop full of interest, beauty and innovation "a jewel in the heart of Yorkshire."

24 Market place
Yorkshire England
- The Masham Gallery

The Fairfax Arms

Main Street Gilling East
Yorkshire England

Tuddle Lane Restaurant
Welcome to Tuddle Lane
Our restaurant combines timeless elegance and sophistication with a strong architectural presence; we are proud of our quality cuisine, fine wines and friendly service. Set in the heart of Malton's traditional market place, Tuddle Lane has been enthusiastically renovated to create a sense of tranquillity and calm to allow you to escape from the stresses and strains of everyday living - this is a dining experience to be savoured.

46 The Market Place
Yorkshire England
- Tuddle Lane Restaurant

Ashfield House Hotel
Ashfield House is a secluded seventeenth-century private hotel quietly situated in a small backwater only a few yards from the cobbled village square. The hotel is owned and run by Keith and Linda Harrison who reside on the premises and provide a friendly and informal atmosphere, offering the guests the opportunity to relax and enjoy a break from their everyday routine.

Summers Fold Grassington
Yorkshire England
- Ashfield House Hotel

The White Lion Inn
Welcome to the web site of the White Lion Inn, a truly peaceful, comfortable haven of Dales hospitality, described by Wainwright as a “tiny oasis”. Enjoy fine home cooked food, traditional hand pulled real ales and a variety of wines surrounded by original oak beams, a cosy log fire and stone flagged floors. Stunning surroundings combine to create a true gem, in the very heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Yorkshire England
- The White Lion Inn

The Cupola Gallery
Established in 1991, Cupola Gallery is very lively and friendly with a reputation for quality shows and innovation. With four exhibition spaces plus a fabulous sculpture garden, the gallery stocks work from more than 300 local, national and international artists and makers. In addition, Cupola regularly holds impromptu evening events to add a little spice to the gallery calendar.

178 Middlewood Road Hillsborough
Yorkshire England
- The Cupola Gallery

Art in York

Yorkshire England

The Picture Shop

Station House Station Road Norton
Yorkshire England

Gdf Galleries

30 Malton Rd Intake
Yorkshire England

GLenrhydding Gallery
Welcome to Glenrhydding Gallery for original paintings,limited edition prints and pictures for all tastes.We have a huge selection ranging from traditional landscapes in watercolour and limited edition format,to more modern scenes of Tuscany,Italy,France and England,painted in a more contempary style.If you are looking for something a little different,we have a wide choice of modern art for a real impact of colour.

38 Bond Gate
Yorkshire England
- GLenrhydding Gallery

Richard Mole

Diamond Cottage Gembling
Yorkshire England

Bee Taylor Ceramics

Clifton House Park Street
Yorkshire England

The Buck Hotel
The Buck Hotel is an excellent choice for those who recognise the finest qualities of a traditional family-run hotel. Proprietor Robert Stillion continues the long established tradition, dating back to the 18C Coaching Inn days, of offering the quality accommodation, fine food and atmosphere you would expect from a family-run hotel and popular public house.

Yorkshire England
- The Buck Hotel

Beck Hall Malham
We are delighted to welcome you to Beck Hall and we hope to welcome you to our teashop or Bed and Breakfast sometime soon. Whether you are looking for a relaxing afternoon tea, a full lunch to silence off those hiking rumbles, or a comfy place to lay your head, we would love to be of service.

Beck Hall
Yorkshire England
- Beck Hall Malham

Ms. Diane Thornton

Farthings 1 The Vale Skelton
Yorkshire England

Jenny Storey Art Courses

Scottshandy St Helens Avenue Pocklington
Yorkshire England

Maustin Park
Set in the beautiful Lower Wharfe Valley, in a tranquil setting more suitable for people without family responsibilities, lies Maustin Park. Whether you bring your own touring unit, hire our beautiful cottage, or holiday home, or enjoy a meal to remember at The Stables Restaurant with a pint or two of local beer, you can be assured of a very warm welcome and a happy time here at Maustin Park.

Yorkshire England
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West End Outdoor Centre

Wagtails Thruscross
Yorkshire England

At Buckden in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, Dalegarth is a unique and exciting cluster of eleven cottages, family designed, constructed and managed, set in the landscaped grounds of an extensive old walled kitchen garden. Whatever the weather, all-year-round you will be able to enjoy a full and varied holiday at Dalegarth.

Dalegarth Buckden
Yorkshire England
- Dalegarth

Ashes Common Farm
Ashes Common Farm is situated near Castle Hill, Almondbury, surrounded by fields and with magnificent views over Huddersfield and the tributary valleys. The cruck frame and rafters of Cruck Cottage date from this period, whilst the timber framework of the Barn House is listed as early 18th century. Both buildings were formerly outbuildings of a typical dairy farm, but make two very attractive, individual holiday cottages.

Ashes Common Farm Ashes Lane Almondbury
Yorkshire England
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Walker Galleries

1Crown Place
Yorkshire England

Roger Lewis

6, Chellow Terrace
Yorkshire England

Susan Ridyard

12, The Elms
Yorkshire England
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Daisy Barnes Moorland Studio
Daisy specialises in watercolours and paints a variety of subjects including landscapes and flowers. Much of her inspiration is taken from the atmospheric scenery of the North York Moors and its valleys and coastline. The Moorland Studio and exhibition gallery at the popular moorland village of Hutton Le Hole, North Yorkshire gives the opportunity for a permanent display of her work.

The Craft Workshops Hutton le Hole
Yorkshire England
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'Tricolos' Italian restaurant.
'Tricolos' the original Italian restaurant in Scarborough was founded by the Jaconelli family back in 1978. Tricolos introduced Scarborough people to the authentic Italian cuisine and soon became a firm favourite with the local community and tourists

36-39 Newborough
Yorkshire England
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The Golden Grid Fish Restaurant
Situated overlooking Scarborough's pretty harbour, our spacious restaurant is spread over three floors and has recently been tastefully refurbished incorporating a nautical theme. The upper floors offer unrivalled views across the harbour and beyond to Flamborough Head.

4 Sandside
Yorkshire England
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The Mount Hotel

Cliff Bridge Terrace St. Nicholas Cliff
Yorkshire England
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The New Wheatsheaf
Welcome to the premier place for real home cooked food for real people in Yorkshire. We pride ourselves on our extensive menus, from a fresh half baguette with tempting fillings for a light snack to a full large mixed grill. Tempting deserts and hot home made puddings, also a wide range of vegetarian meals, fish dishes and our home made steak and kidney pie is famous throughout the area! Whatever your taste you will find it here at The New Wheatsheaf.

Altofts Lane Whitwood
Yorkshire England
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The Three Hares
They take food seriously at this country pub set in a quiet village not far from York, and it's apparent as soon as you walk in. The restaurant, with beamed roof, stone floor, white table cloths, gleaming glasses and evening candles is striking. The Three Hares level of cuisine and hospitality surpassed Les Routiers entry standards and so they were awarded as North East Inn of the Year in 2001 after recommendations from both Les Routiers independant assessment team and members of the public.

Main Street
Yorkshire England
- The Three Hares

Villa Italia is situated in the town of York, England, and boasts the finest Italian food in the town. Trading in York for over 11 years, the present owner James Lowe has created one of the best Italian restaurants offering great food and service. York has eight other Italian restaurants, but the best food and service comes from Villa Italia. The chefs produce truly authentic Italian dishes using the finest ingredients, and keep up to date with all the trends and new things in their home land.

69-71 Micklegate
Yorkshire England
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Paris Restaurant and Bar

Calverely Bridge Rodley
Yorkshire England
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Swinton Park

Yorkshire England
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Castle House Farm Cottages
Huddersfield and surrounding villages are rich in fine architecture and world famous musical events.
It is reputed to have the third largest number of listed buildings in the country. Local events include; Huddersfield Music Festival, Coral Society, Holmfirth and Marsden Folk festivals, the narrow canal, McAlpine Stadium, Town Hall events, Lawrence Batley Theatre, Last of the Summer Wine and Where the Heart Is locations, local culture museums, wonderful moorland and valley scenery and walks.

Castle House Farm Castle Hill Berry Brow
Yorkshire England
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The Angel Inn
With origins over 500 years old in part, once a single storey crofters cottage, The Angel Inn at Hetton in North Yorkshire probably received its licence to brew and serve beer to passing cattle drovers in the early 18th century. It has been rebuilt and extended, but unlike so many 'contrived' country pubs, it has retained many of its original features. It has become a place to enjoy the finest of food, good real ales and a wine list of extraordinary length and surprising value.

Yorkshire England
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The Knavesmire Manor Hotel
Opposite The Knavesmire and York Race Course. An ideally situated hotel & restaurant for York city centre and North Yorkshire's plentiful tourist attractions. One of the most attractive Hotels in York and conveniently situated for the Yorkshire east coast, North Yorkshire Moors & Yorkshire Dales. One of few Rossetted Restaurants in York The Knavesmire is also one of few hotels in York where you can Dine & Swim Sunday Lunchtime!!

302 Tadcaster Road
Yorkshire England
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The York Pavilion Hotel
At the York Pavilion Hotel we strive to maintain a reputation for creating a venue of uncompromising style and originality, with a commitment to providing the highest standards of service and hospitality. Whatever the occasion, from the most formal to the more relaxed, you can be assured that here at the York Pavilion Hotel we will provide you with the essential qualities to ensure that your event is successful and memorable.

Main Street Fulford
Yorkshire England
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The Boars Head Hotel

Long Preston
Yorkshire England
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The Red Lion

By the bridge at Burnsall
Yorkshire England
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Grassington Lodge
Grassington is the ideal place to explore the breathtaking and dramatic scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, either by foot, cycle or by car. Let Grassington Lodge be your home-from-home for your next holiday or weekend break. Our seven en-suite bedrooms are thoughtfully and tastefully furnished and include:Colour TV, courtesy tray, hairdryer and clock radio. Grassington Lodge has everything to make your stay relaxing and enjoyable.

8 Wood lane
Yorkshire England
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The Mount Royale Hotel
Welcome to The Mount Royale situated in beautiful York, where our beautiful hotel is just the place for you to relax and unwind from busy days spent exploring our wonderful city. Public areas are delightful, whether it be the relaxing lounge, cosy bar with coal fire, or the restaurant. Every bedroom has its own character with gracious suites, dressing rooms or a magnificent four-poster while the four Garden suite rooms lead onto the gardens.

The Mount
Yorkshire England
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Dales Holiday Cottages
Established in 1982, Dales Holiday Cottages is now a leading specialist in this region. All properties in our brochure have been personally inspected and approved by the management of the company. You may select your holiday accommodation with complete confidence.
Based in the historic market town of Skipton "Gateway to the Dales" we are a dedicated team committed to finding the best cottage to meet your holiday requirements.

Carleton Business Park Carleton New Road
Yorkshire England
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The Devonshire Arms Hotel
Based on the doorstep of the Dales, The Devonshire Arms is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in England. Be it footpaths along the River Wharfe to the most spectacular ruins of the 12th century Bolton Priory. The view across the Dales from Simons' Seat or the ride on the traditional steam train from Bolton Abbey station or the comfort of the sofa that you sink into in front of the roaring fires of The Devonshire, there is something for everyone.

Near Bolton Abbey
Yorkshire England
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The Wildgoose Gallery
The Wildgoose Gallery was founded by Ian D.Davie in 1976 in the village of Fairburn, West Yorkshire. The gallery overlooks the impressive Fairburn Ings nature reserve. An award winning gallery featuring award winning artists. Whether you are looking to purchase your first painting or to add to your collection, we look forward to welcoming you.

Silver Street
Yorkshire England
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Logan Studios

Park Grange Threshfield
Yorkshire England
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Art by Rachel

PO Box 270
Yorkshire England

The Bosville Country Hotel & Restaurant
Nestling in the Heart of the Yorkshire Wolds and only 5 Miles from the East Yorkshire Coast, The Bosville Country Hotel & Restaurant offers Quality Accommodation and Fine Food & Wines at Affordable Rates. The Bosville Country Hotel is a Friendly, secluded Family run Country Inn with Quality En-Suite Rooms. Close to the Yorkshire Coast , it boasts an Excellent Restaurant run by it's Award Winning Chef, a Real Ale Pub with Traditional Coal Fires set in a Delightful Rural Village.

High Street
Yorkshire England
- The Bosville Country Hotel & Restaurant

The Gascoigne Gallery
The Gascoigne gallery promotes original contemporary work by artists who share a common philosophy, allowing the artwork to exist on its own terms. The resultant work is both stimulating and challenging.
The Gascoigne gallery is located in a refreshingly relaxed setting in the centre of Harrogate's Montpellier Quarter. Feel free to browse, with complimentary coffee and wine, music and art DVD's.

Royal Parade
Yorkshire England
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Kate Morgan

30 North Bar Without
Yorkshire England
- Kate Morgan

Easterside Farm
Easterside Farm is located in the picturesque North Yorkshire village of Hawnby. A large 18th century, grade two listed farmhouse, Easterside Farm nestles on Easterside hill and enjoys panoramic views of the dale. It's perfectly located for either long or short breaks. Easterside Farm is rated Four Diamonds by the English Tourist Board. Hawnby is a short drive away from the market towns of Helmsley and Thirsk, the latter being the town where the real James Herriot worked.

Yorkshire England
- Easterside Farm

Broadway Foot

Broadway Foot Hawnby Nr Helmsley
Yorkshire England

Unique Watercolour paintings (Landscape & Animal)
This new & unique Family run web site sells original and realistic watercolour paintings. Paul specialises in painting landscape and animal artwork (no prints) that you can simply order online via the website or alternatively by post.

Elseworth Avenue
Yorkshire England
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Anstey Galleries
Anstey Galleries is a Fine Art and Sculpture gallery located in the beautiful spa town of Harrogate in North Yorkshire. It is located next door to the Mercer Art Gallery (public) and near Valley Gardens in Swan Road. The constantly changing exhibition space features a collection of notable artists together with a selection of specialist art books.

33 Swan Road
Yorkshire England
- Anstey Galleries

Cavendish Galleries

46 Cavendish Street
Yorkshire England
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Hutton Le Hole Artist David Horne
Open day and demonstration day Sunday 25th Nov 07
admission free 11.00am till 5.00 pm.
Hutton le Hole village Hall, check website for this and other events and info

Yorkshire England
- Hutton Le Hole Artist David Horne