Have you ever thought of planning a road trip around Yorkshire? Are you looking for a stunning selection of Yorkshire accommodation for your trip?
If the answer is yes then you have landed on the right page. This travel post will help you discover some of the best places to stay in Yorkshire.
On a recent UK holiday, I decided to find out what the best things to do in Yorkshire were by taking a road trip around this beautiful part of England. I discovered that Yorkshire has so many fabulous towns, villages and great places to stay that I was spoilt for choice.
If you are considering a holiday to Yorkshire check out my accommodation suggestions below. All properties can be booked directly through the blue links.
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My Road Trip Route Around Yorkshire
I started off in Whitby, home of Whitby Abbey, the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula novel. And the point that James Cook sailed off into the horizon to explore the world.
My time on Yorkshire’s coastline took me to Robin Hood’s Bay and Staithes Harbour, full of ghost, smuggler and pirate stories and charming cobbled streets lined with cottages leading all the way to the sea.
Inland I headed to the Yorkshire Moors and discovered just why so many people visit them each year – the views are stunning, and the small villages scattered throughout them are quintessentially English.
The next stop was the Howardian Hills home to Castle Howard, the historic mansion house featured in films including Bridgerton and Chariots of Fire. A sensational part of Yorkshire full of walks, farm shops, and not forgetting Yorkshire Lavender.
Back in the hustle and bustle of the city, we discovered what to do in York in one day, which included the touristy things like visiting York Minster, joining a ghost tour, and checking out “The Shambles” to finding hidden treasures such as the York Musem Gardens and the Merchant Adventurers Hall.
To finish our Yorkshire road trip, we headed to Harrogate, the Victorian Spa town that is a favourite for most visitors to this part of the country. Before we knew it our time in Yorkshire was at an end we we headed home via Haworth in the Yorkshire Dales, home of the Bronte sisters, vowing to return to Yorkshire in the future.
The Nest in Whitby – Two Bedrooms
Located in the popular seaside town of Whitby, The Nest is a bright and welcoming two-bedroom apartment with plenty of charm. Featuring beautiful furnishings and impeccable styling throughout, the apartment has a stunning look.
You’ll also have incredible views of Whitby Abbey in the distance! The perfect escape for couples or families of three, The Nest will provide a comfortable base when exploring North Yorkshire.
Follow this LINK to book The Nest in Whitby.
The Resolution Hotel in Whitby
The Resolution Hotel offers en suite accommodation in the heart of Whitby, just 450 yards from Whitby’s stunning beach and piers. The hotel is home to the renowned Vault restaurant and Main Deck bar, and free WiFi is available in all public spaces.
Each room is traditionally decorated with modern touches and comes with a TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. Some rooms at the Resolution command impressive views over the rooftops of Whitby Abbey and the harbour made famous in the novel Dracula.
Free on-street parking is available.
Follow this LINK to book a room at the Resolution Hotel in Whitby
Delft Cottage in Robin Hood’s Bay – Two Bedrooms
Delt Cottage is a cosy, terraced cottage in Robin Hood’s Bay. Set over three floors, the cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, consisting of one double and one twin, and a family shower room. The cottage also has an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Parking is available in a nearby public car park.
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Anchor Cottage in Staithes – Two Bedrooms
Anchor Cottage is a cosy 2 bedroom fisherman’s cottage, situated on Church Street in the heart of Staithes and has sea views from all 3 floors.
A 1-minute walk from the beach and the local pub/restaurant.
The 220-year-old cottage is full of character and charm and has a wood-burning fireplace in the lounge to keep you warm on a cold winters night.
Follow this LINK to book Anchor Cottage in Staithes
The Fleece Hotel in Richmond
The Fleece is one of Richmond’s most stylish and comfortable hotels located within less than 0.6 miles of Richmond Castle. The hotel has been completely revamped from top to bottom to provide a warm and friendly atmosphere.
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The Victorian Chapel in Pocklington – One Bedroom (with room for additional single bed)
One of a pair, this Chapel has been lovingly renovated to a high standard. It comprises an open plan upper living level with every modern amenity.
Enter via the original door to the hall and understairs toilet & basin.
The bedroom has a king-sized bed with a quality mattress. 2 bedside tables with lamps, a dressing table, a chest of drawers and a wardrobe.
A single bed is available if required.
Follow this LINK to book the Victorian Chapel in Pocklington
The Hayloft in the Howardian Hills – One Bedroom
The Hayloft is a converted grade 2 listed barn to a very high standard.
Located in the village of Broughton (a no-through village) it is in an ideal location for touring the area.
Distances – Castle Howard 6 miles away, York 18 miles away, Helmsley 15 miles, Malton 1 mile, Thornton-le-dale 9 miles, Whitby 30 miles.
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Hall Farm Bed and Breakfast in the Howardian Hills
Thirteen miles north of York, Hall Farm Bed & Breakfast provides stylishly appointed Yorkshire accommodation and an indulgent breakfast menu.
There is free parking and Wi-Fi at this Georgian farmhouse, just 4 miles from the 18th-century Castle Howard, seen in numerous film and TV productions including Bridgerton and Brideshead Revisited.
Follow this LINK to book Hall Farm Bed and Breakfast
Travelodge Mickelgate in York
Perfectly located a short 10 minutes walk from the famous York landmarks of York Castle Museum, the must-see York Minster Cathedral, 1,000-year-old Viking ruins at the Jorvik Viking Centre and the historic Shambles.
Comfortable modern rooms with free on-site parking, a necessity when staying in the city.
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The Bishop and the Bison in York
A unique and quirky boutique bed and breakfast nestled in the heart of York. On-street parking.
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Cold Cotes Guest House in Harrogate
Situated in Harrogate in the North Yorkshire Region, Cold Cotes Guest House boasts a terrace and views of the garden. Free private parking is available on site.
Some rooms have a seating area to relax in after a busy day complete with a TV and fridge to chill your drinks. You will find a kettle in the room. All rooms come with a private bathroom equipped with a bath or shower.
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Rudding Park Hotel and Spa in Harrogate
If you are looking for the WOW factor then this hotel ticks all the boxes. Read my full review of Rudding Park to find out exactly why a stay here is a must on any Yorkshire road trip itinerary.
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Weavers Guest House in Haworth
Situated directly opposite the Bronte Parsonage Museum, Weavers Guesthouse offers spacious bed and breakfast accommodation at the top of the historic cobbled Haworth Main Street.
Retaining traditional character, the individually designed rooms offer modern facilities and spacious en-suite bathrooms.
If you wish to explore the surrounding areas including Haworth Moor, Keighley Worth Valley Railway, The Yorkshire Dales, Hebden Bridge and Skipton, Weavers provides an ideal base for visiting Bronte Country.
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I hope this post on places to stay in Yorkshire has been useful to you for arranging your own Yorkshire road trip. Please feel free to comment below.