Bridlington is the proud owner of two award-winning beaches of gleaming golden sands, refurbished promenades packed with fun, a sparkling sea, a picturesque, bustling harbour and a town full of attractions.
County Durham is steeped in history and has a rich cultural heritage.
The North York Moors National Park is a beautiful landscape of stunning moorland, spectacular coast, ancient woodland and historic sites.
Scarborough, Britain's first seaside resort, has been welcoming visitors for over 360 years and is still as popular as ever.
Situated along one of Britain's finest stretches of coastline, with cliffs, lovely bays, safe sandy beaches and attractive villages, Whitby has been a port for more than 1,000 years.
Magnificent scenery in countryside of unrivalled beauty and varied heritage awaits you.
If you are looking for a cultural getaway or a romantic weekend break then visit York and be inspired.
Bronte Country straddles the West Yorkshire and East Lancashire Pennies, a windswept land of heather and wild moors which provided the inspiration for the classic works of the Bronte sisters.
Harrogate is renowned for its fabulous shopping and hosts an array of independent shops unique to the town
Although officially only just on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the area around Ingleton boasts some of the finest limestone scenery in the region.
Skipton is known locally as the `Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales' as a short distance away is all the many attractions and scenic delights.
Swaledale runs west to east to the town of Richmond. Villages and hamlets in Swaledale include Reeth, Grinton, Low Row, Gunnerside, Muker, Thwaite and Keld.
Wensleydale and the surrounding areas provide an excellent base for the great outdoors, with plenty of wonderful walking and cycling opportunities.
Running from north to south, Wharfedale is one of the Yorkshire Dales' longest and most beautiful valleys.
Being based in the vicinity of the Yorkshire/Cumbria border has the best of both worlds.