Accommodation & Dining

Make it a special occasion

In Yorkshire there are many beautiful places to visit, to eat and to stay. If you let us know the sort of places that interest you, and the type of accomodation that you like, we will work out the best route for your tour, print your route maps and an itinerary for you. We will also recommend suitable places to stay overnight as well as excellent places to eat.

The Garden Suite and Tinson’s Barn below are both on our premises

Our Garden Room

Get an early start, by staying over the night before, with a light breakfast and tea/coffee, or you can use it as a base for your stay. Self -catering available

Wifi, Internet, TV (Freeview)

Tinson's Barn

Ideal for four people, 2 Bedrooms (en-suite), Downstairs WC, Kitchen, Living/Dining Area, Internet, Wifi, TV, self-catering available.

Alternative Accommodation

If your planning a few days of driving and fancy something on the go we have a few recommendations for you, from Country houses to B&B’s were sure you’ll have an amazing stay in Yorkshire.

Country House Hotels

If you want to really treat yourself, there are some fabulous Country House Hotels to stay at in Yorkshire – here is a list of some of our favourites.

Wood Hall Hotel, Linton — nr Wetherby
Rudding Park, — Harrogate
Burythorpe House — nr Malton
Aldwark Manor — nr Alne

Hotels & Inn's

Hotels & Inns can offer less expensive accommodation and there are, of course, many more of them spread widely across Yorkshire making it easier to plan an on-going tour rather than daily sorties into the countryside from a fixed base.

The Fauconberg Arms — Coxwold
The Abbey Inn — Byeland

Guest Houses, B&B's or Camping

Guest Houses and B&B’s, can provide very cost effective accommodation. Many people prefer the friendly and personal service and the more domestic atmosphere afforded by B&Bs.

The Garden Room or Tinson’s Barn — Classic Car Hire Yorkshire


While on your grand tour, you may want to consider somewhere to stay. Here is a list of places we highly recommend whether your looking for high class or quiet and cosy we’ve got you covered

  • Tykes Restaurant
    At Sandburn Hall

    The Tykes has an excellent reputation for great quality Yorkshire produce, local seafood and steaks

  • The Fauconberg Arms

    The desserts!! The home-made ice cream was a taste sensation but the sticky toffee pudding – what can I say?

  • The Abbey Inn

    If you’re a lover of good food and enjoy eating out or staying overnight in a place full of warmth and history – then you’ll definitely enjoy a taste of the Abbey Inn.

  • The Blue Bell Inn

    The restaurant is well known in the area for excellent food, concentrating on modern Yorkshire style cooking, using locally sourced produce where possible