Our family has farmed 600 acres high on the Yorkshire Wolds for generations. With revenue from traditional income streams falling, we spent 12 months researching our vision to produce Yorkshire's best real ales and in 2003 Wold Top Brewery brewed its first ale in a converted barn. Eight years on, we have won several awards and are proud of our range of all year round and special edition cask and bottled beers that include Wold Top Bitter, gluten free beer Against the Grain and Golden Summer.
During your stay why not treat yourself to a complete de stress session in beautiful surroundings. Private individual or group yoga sessions of 1hr start from just £25 and can be themed to your choice. Choose from improving balance, core strength, improving specific sports performance, sequences to music, helping stiff shoulders and hips, inversions, pranayama(breath control), meditation and many others. Your lessons are with Rebecca, a BWY teacher, who specialises in using yoga to help individuals achieve their goals regardless of how modest or ambitious. Alternatively join in our regular weekly session at Rudston Village Hall. You will receive a friendly welcome to this mixed ability class. Session cost just £5 for 1½ hrs.
The David Hockney Art Trail is an unoffical adventure through Hockney Country (Yorkshire Wolds) hunting for locations that the artist has used to bring his paintings to life. The idea of the project is to map as many locations as possible using the images that Hockney created for the exhibition at the Royal Academy which was held in the spring of 2012. See the website for more information.
A circular route around the enchanted rolling hills and coastal cliffs of the East Riding and Ryedale. Has hidden valleys, wildflower verges, varied wildlife, clean beaches and big skies, and passes through picturesque villages, market towns and by historic houses and churches.Like the sound of this fantastic day out ? if you do and you dont have a bike dont worry just visit Lets Bike http://www.letsbike.net/
The Rudston Monolith at over 7.6 metres (25 ft) is the tallest megalith (standing stone) in the United Kingdom. It is situated in the churchyard of All Saints Church in the village of Rudston. It was probably erected around 1600 BC. The Norman church was almost certainly intentionally built on a site which was already considered sacred, a practice which was common through the country, indeed the name of Rudston is thought to come from the Old English "Rood-stane", meaning "cross-stone", implying that a stone already venerated was adapted for Christian purposes.
Situated on the Yorkshire Wolds, two miles from Staxton, Willerby Wold Farm has been in the Sutton family for three generations and has seen many changes over the years, from the days of horse drawn ploughs to the first combine harvester.
Cotton Dale Shooting Ground is set in the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds, from which it takes its name. Opened in July 1989, the ground offers facilities for shooters of all standards.
Sledmere House is a Grade I listed Georgian country house set within a 960 acre park designed by Capability Brown. It is located in the village of Sledmere, between Driffield and Malton. The present house was begun in 1751, extended in the 1790s, and rebuilt after a fire in 1911.
Follow the Trail, solve the clues and see the sights as you embark on a self-guided mystery walk! Explore the towns of Driffield, Pocklington and Market Weighton by going on a Treasure Trail and learn something of the history of the area whilst you solve a mystery. The Trails are great fun for all ages and abilities, and you discover more as you explore!
Sewerby Hall is situated 2 miles north of the seaside resort of Bridlington, on the East Yorkshire coast. The grade I listed country house is set in 50 acres of landscaped gardens in a cliff top location on the outskirts of Sewerby village. As well as the Hall, there are gardens, a small zoo and other attractions.
Easily the best place in England to see, hear and smell seabirds! More than 200,000 birds (from April to August) make the cliffs seem alive - with adults bringing food to their nests, or young chicks making their first faltering flights. With huge numbers to watch, beginners can easily learn the difference between gannets, guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes and fulmars. The easily recognisable puffins (here between April and July) are always a delight.
Bridlington Leisure World, situated on The Promenade in Bridlington, has all the fun activities you and your family could possibly need this summer, all under the one roof!
Bridlington Golf Club has an 18 hole, easy walking course with thousands of trees screening the fairways, six water features and many well-positioned bunkers.
John Bull is a manufacturer of traditional confectionary not only do they manufacture confectionary but they also make biscuits, chocolate, nougat and of course, sticks of rock. Take a tour around the factory which is situated just a couple of miles outside of Bridlington in Carnaby.
Experience Paintball for the real thing. This is paintball at its best with the adrenaline coursing through your veins and the fear in your friends and family as you go head to head on the battlefield!
Follow the Trail, solve the clues and see the sights as you embark on a self-guided mystery walk! Choose from a Treasure Hunt around the Old Town of Bridlington or the Spy Mission Trail around the harbour area of Bridlington. Both Trails are approximately 2 miles long. They are set mostly on flat footpaths and are suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs. The Trails are great fun for all ages and abilities, and you discover more as you explore!
Whitby Abbey is a ruined Benedictine abbey overlooking the North Sea on the East Cliff above Whitby in North Yorkshire. The first monastery here was founded in AD 657 by King Oswy of Northumbria. An Anglo-Saxon style 'double monastery' for men and women, its first ruler was the formidable royal princess Abbess Hild. The future of the English church was decided here by the Synod of Whitby in 664 and the relics of Northumbrian kings and saints were enshrined.
Whitby Museum is a private museum in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, run by Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society, a learned society and registered charity, established in 1823. It is located in a building opened in 1931 in Pannett Park, Whitby, which also contains the Society's Library and Archive.
Captain Cook Memorial Museum is in Whitby, North Yorkshire. The Museum is in Walker's House which belonged to Captain John Walker to whom the great explorer, Captain Cook was apprenticed in 1746, and to which Cook returned in the winter of 1771/2 after the First Voyage.
Follow the Trail, solve the clues and see the sights as you embark on a self-guided mystery walk! Choose from a Treasure Hunt, Murder Mystery or Spy Mission Trail in Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay or Goathland or explore the North York Moors on the Hole of Horcum Driving Trail. Great fun for all ages and abilities to discover more as you explore!
Sealife Scarborough is part of the stunning North Yorkshire coast, and it is one of the top marine centres in the UK. Scarborough Sealife and Marine Sanctuary experienced wholesale refurbishment in recent years and is now a state of the art family attraction, providing a multifaceted, illuminating and really enjoyable family day out.
Located on Scarborough's Business Park, this spectacular indoor go karting track will bring out the Lewis Hamilton in everyone. With brand new fleet of 200cc Honda powered SODI GT3 karts and 160cc for juniors be prepared for speed.
We are a surf school, hire and demo centre based at Cayton Bay near Scarborough. Cayton Bay is a stunning beach location and home to some of the best beach break waves on the East Coast.
Follow the Trail, solve the clues and see the sights as you embark on a self-guided mystery walk! Choose from a Treasure Hunt, Murder Mystery or Spy Mission Trail in Scarborough and Filey or complete our cycling Trail along the Cinder Track - the disused railway line from Scarborough to Ravenscar. Great fun for all ages and abilities to discover more as you explore!
Clifford's Tower is a great place to see when enjoying a day out in York. Clifford's Tower is the keep of York Castle which became known as Clifford's Tower after Roger de Clifford, who was hanged there in 1322. Climb to the top for sweeping views across the city.
The Treasurer's House in York, North Yorkshire, England is an historic house owned by the National Trust. In medieval times it was the home of treasurers of York Minster. It served in this capacity until 1547.
York Boat has one of the largest fleets of modern sightseeing, restaurant and party boats outside London. Yorkboat sails the beautiful River Ouse in York and to riverside attractions outside York.
The walls that surround York are some of the finest and most complete city walls in England. They extend for 2.5 miles and enclose an area of 263 acres. The walls still retain all four of their impressive gateways into the city, called bars, as well as 34 of their 39 interval towers.
Follow the Trail, solve the clues and see the sights as you embark on a self-guided mystery walk! Choose from a Treasure Hunt, Murder Mystery or Spy Mission Trail around the beautiful and ancient city of York. There are five Trails which take you around the centre of York. A further two Trails are available around sites on the outskirts of York. One will take you around the University campus, and the other, designed for the younger people, around Rowntrees Park. The Trails are great fun for all ages and abilities, and you discover more as you explore!
Flamingo Land offers a Theme Park, Zoo and Holiday village within its 375 acre site. Flamingos were one of the first inhabitants at the Zoo and became the sites mascots, hence the name Flamingo Land.
These Estates have been owned, lived in and cared for by their current owners, the Legard family, and their direct St Quintin ancestors for over 700 years in the case of Harpham, and around 300 years for Scampston.
Dalby Forest is situated on the southern slopes of the North York Moors National Park.The southern part of the forest is divided by a number of valleys creating a 'Rigg and Dale' landscape whilst to the north the forest sits on the upland plateau.
Go Ape is the UK's no.1 forest adventure with 28 adventures UK wide. Started with our classic 'tree top adventure' and now we're branching out. You can now get off the beaten track on our 'forest segways', enjoy our 'Junior Tree Top Adventure' or get on our bikes in one of the UK's most beautiful forests.
With our magnificent steam engines, beautiful rural stations and smartly uniformed staff, a visit to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway is like taking a step back in time.From the smoke and steam pouring from the engines to the cosy wood-panelled carriages and friendly conductor service, the railway is both lovingly preserved and charmingly authentic.
Trail riding - Let us show you the North York Moors or ride the trails at Dalby forest.Our qualified trail leaders will ensure you have a great day out.Our rides are planned specifically for your capabilities.It's no problem if you're on your own,in a couple,a small group or ride as a family.we just want you to experience the joy of riding through the forest trails and enjoy the great outdoors. Bike hire-You may have your own bike,but if not you can hire one of ours -we have a modern bikes.We will drop the hire bike off at an agreed location and collect it when you have finished with it.You don't even have to clean it afterwards!We believe there is no better way for you to explore the coast and countryside.
Follow the Trail, solve the clues and see the sights as you embark on a self-guided mystery walk! Choose from a Treasure Hunt, Murder Mystery or Spy Mission Trail in Thornton-le-Dale, Pickering or Helmsley. Great fun for all ages and abilities to discover more as you explore!