|February 9, 2013||Posted by under Places|
You know what would be a good idea? Of course you don’t – that’s why you’re on this site. In my eyes, a tranquil retreat in one of many Yorkshire Cottages, would be the best of best ideas.
From the Yorkshire Dales to the Pennines, you certainly won’t be stuck for places to let your imagination wonder. And if it’s history you’re after, look no further than Yorkshire for it’s array of museums or even food and drink festivals!
So this Easter why not discover the Bronte Country and take yourself to Hollies Cottage or Stones Cottage in Haworth, where you can enjoy open views of the countryside? Or perhaps visit the magnificent city of York whilst staying in the delightful Woodlands Farm Cottage, just a stones throw away.
Whether it is a rural retreat or a beach holiday in Scarborough, Yorkshire Cottages has something for everyone. And for this February Half Term, there are still lots of cottages available with an amazing 15% off for week beginning Friday the 8th and running through Friday the 15th February!
And if you’re thinking about May Day Bank Holiday weekend, why not head to Wensleydale for the Dales Food and Drink Festival? With an actual, bona-fide genuine ale competition, samples to tickle the taste buds, as well as cookery demonstrations and musical entertainment, it’s a great weekend for all the family to enjoy. And Yorkshire Cottages has some perfect little cottages to relax and enjoy while you visit, and for a great price, too!
If you’re looking for ideas for the Summer already, then there is no better place to discover Yorkshire than in Harrogate at the Great Yorkshire Show. Shown in July every year, this agricultural show has been appearing since 1838, and continues to showcase the best of Agriculture, Yorkshire has to offer. Check out the sheep shearing competition, or why not have a go at willow weaving or bread-making You can book advance tickets from March, so don’t delay, have a look at many of the Yorkshire Cottages you can stay in and around Harrogate for The Great Yorkshire Show!