Lodges in North Yorkshire43 properties found
Jules Lodge at Brompton LakesRichmond, North Yorkshire
Juniper Lodge at Brompton LakesRichmond, North Yorkshire
Tollerton Holiday ParkYork, North Yorkshire
Jamies Cragg Holiday ParkYork, North Yorkshire
Bulmer Farm LodgeMalton, North Yorkshire
Gisburn Forest LodgeSkipton, North Yorkshire
Chalet Charm in ScarboroughScarborough, North Yorkshire
Applegrove Country ParkScarborough, North Yorkshire
Whinstone View LodgesGreat Ayton, North Yorkshire
Rushpool Hall LodgesSaltburn-by-the-Sea, North Yorkshire
Dale's LodgeIngleton, North Yorkshire
South Thornborough FarmNorthallerton, North Yorkshire
Oakwood LodgesSelby, North Yorkshire
Great Wood LodgesYork, North Yorkshire
The Bay FileyFiley, North Yorkshire
Cedar RetreatsRipon, North Yorkshire
Secret Of Eden Beach House in North YorkshireFiley, North Yorkshire
Kiplin Eco LodgesKiplin, North Yorkshire
Grouse LodgeScarborough, North Yorkshire
Kilnwick Percy ResortPocklington, North Yorkshire
For a lodge or log cabin holiday in North Yorkshire, we have choices for you with hot tubs, those that are dog friendly and have Wi-Fi. This is a county will much to offer with vast expanses of the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors perfect for long walks and full of abbey ruins and castles. Adventure activities including rock climbing, mountain biking at Dalby Forest where you can take on over 55 miles of cycling trails in the forest to suit all levels. Or a Trek across the North York Moors with a team of huskies at Pesky Husky.
Harrogate, a Victorian spa town with tea rooms and independent shops, several market towns including Masham, Boroughbridge, Knaresborough and Pateley Bridge where you can enjoy a pub lunch with the locally brewed Ruby Ale. Visit York, with its gothic York Minster cathedral and many stained glass windows.
Some of the top attractions include: Esk valley Railway, Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal, Sutton Bank, Grimwith Reservoir, Scarborough Alpamere waterpark.
Take a look at James Herriot's original home, made to look just as it did in the 1940s, Yorkshire writer and vet we know from ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ in the quaint town of Thirsk. The National Railway Museum where you can see the fastest steam engine ever and a huge collection of restored locomotives.