Lapwing ref: UK31114

Ingleby Greenhow, North York Moors

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  • Barbecue 
  • Garden / Patio 
  • Romantic Getaways 
  • Woodburning Stove 
  • Luxury Collection 
  • Pets – not allowed 
  • All En-suite 
  • Parking - On Site 
  • Shower Cubicle 
  • Glamping 

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Offering a private retreat for two on the edge of a working farm, with lots of luxurious extras including a bottle of fizz and goodie hamper welcome you with fluffy towels, robes and slippers for your stay. Park up the car, chill out and relax. A luxury hot tub awaits, pop open the bubbly, sit back and watch the sun go down.
Gorgeous furnishings, double bed, high quality bedding as well as a wood burner and underfloor heating make for a cosy stay whatever the weather.
Take a short walk into the pretty unspoilt village of Ingleby Greenhow and enjoy some stunning scenery on the way. Its friendly local pub, renowned for good food and drink, is well worth a visit. The village is surrounded by the rugged Cleveland Hills and only a few minutes walk from England’s largest stretch of heather-covered moorland. The area is ideal for leisurely strolls and energetic walks the Cleveland Way and Coast to Coast paths, both pass close by, and with trails varying from gentle forest paths to strenuous hill climbs there are routes to keep walkers of all ages and abilities happy.
When it comes to days out and dining beyond the village, the neighbouring towns and villages have regular markets and fairs plus a wealth of great restaurants and cafés. Explore the picture postcard villages on the North Yorkshire Moors such as Goathland (the setting for Heartbeat and Harry Potter), visit Great Ayton - the boyhood home of Captain James Cook - and the bustling beautiful market town of Helmsley.
Why not leave the car at behind and take a train from nearby Battersby train station. Go exploring the North York Moors on the steam train or visit Whitby with its many pubs and famous abbey, then sample the renowned fish and chips and get the last train home. By car, the Roman city of York is approximately an hour’s drive to the south with the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District around an hour to the west. The east coast with its many fishing villages and beaches is around a 35 minute drive over spectacular moorland scenery. There is something here for everybody. Shop, pub and restaurant 3 miles.

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About the local area

To the north of York lies the North York Moors, a national park and one of the largest expanses of heather moorland in the UK. The area is bordered by the awe-inspiring North Sea coast cliffs and the Cleveland and Hambleton Hills.

Wild and windswept, the landscape of the North York Moors is breathtaking. Visitors will find miles of purple heather moorland, dense pine forests, hills and coastline. The space and solitude of the moors and its hidden valleys contrasts with the busy villages and towns found dotted in and around the area. They provide excellent opportunities to stop for a drink, a meal or for a taste of culture and tradition, from ancient castles to modern day attractions.

Many visit for the outdoor pursuits on offer. There are thousands of kilometres of paths and tracks to follow on the moors, from short strolls to days-long treks. For serious walkers, hikers and cyclists, the North York Moors are crossed by a number of long distance footpaths, including the Cleveland Way and the famed Coast to Coast walk. For a more leisurely but no less stunning experience, travel the 18 mile journey on the steam railway from Grosmont to Pickering, right through the Moors.

Visit popular destinations in and around the national park. Rievaulx Abbey and its landscape gardens are beautiful, while Helmsley and Pickering are both renowned for their ancient castles. For family-friendly options, try the grounds of Castle Howard or the Ryedale Miniature Railway, as well as the coastline dotted with rock pools and gentle waves.

Things to do nearby

Wolds Way Lavender

A family run attraction with lots to see and do. Lavender fields, nature walks, tea room and giftshop selling unique gifts.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

One of the country's most popular steam railways, covering 18 miles between the market town of Pickering and the village of Grosmont, travelling through the heart of the North York Moors National Park.

Pickering

Pickering is a tranquil market town situated in the centre of the Vale of Pickering, the official gateway to the North York Moors National Park.

Castle Howard

An historic 18th century house with extensive collections, sweeping park lands and famous gardens. Outdoor tours, events, exhibitions and guides. Adventure playground, plant centre, farm shop and gift shop.

Sledmere House

Home to Sir Tatton Sykes, there has been a manor house at Sledmere since medieval times. The present house was begun in 1751 and extended in the 1790s. Visitors will find beautiful interiors and peaceful walled gardens.

The National Railway Museum

Home to the 'Flying Scotsman', visitors will discover the story of the train with three large galleries to explore and the only Bullet Train outside Japan.

Dalby, Great Yorkshire Forest
Dalby, Great Yorkshire Forest

8,000 acres of forest to explore and enjoy. The nine mile drive gives visitors access to play areas, BBQ places, waymarked trails and cycle routes. Plenty of wildlife. Visitor Centre (wheelchair friendly). Refreshments and cycle hire.

York Minster

York Minster is the largest medieval Gothic Church north of the Alps. It is a prime example spanning from Roman remains in the foundations through its time as a Norman Church and of course the 250 year period it took to complete.

Yorkshire Lavender

Double award winning visitor attraction, farm and gardens. Specialist lavender, herb and perennial nursey, gift shop, restaurant, lavendar maze , sculpture and deer park all set within the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Nunnington Hall

The sheltered walled garden, with spring flowering organic meadows, orchards and peacocks, complements this beautiful Yorkshire house nestling on the quiet banks of the River Rye. Explore period rooms while hearing about the Hall's past.

Jorvik Viking Centre

The world famous Jorvik Viking Centre is a `must-see' for visitors to the city of York and is one of the most popular visitor attractions in the UK outside London. Everything in the Jorvik Viking Centre is based on the evidence unearthed at the site.

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