Out & About
A stay at the Lakeside Holiday Park will give you easy access to the best of North Yorkshire, as we are ideally located for exploring the city of York, the North York Moors National Park, the Yorkshire Wolds and the east coast resorts of Scarborough, Whitby and Filey.
The Howardian Hills
Castle Howard is located within the Howardian Hills 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' - one of North Yorkshire's best-kept secrets - with endless ways to spend your day, from walking through the open fields and woodlands, cycling and horse riding, through to visiting one of the area's historic houses. The nearest market town is Malton, a thriving rural community just 6 miles from Castle Howard. Malton is a delightful compact town, which has everything you could possibly need for a comfortable stay locally, including a great selection of shops and a good supermarket, a lively choice of café bars and restaurants. They also have an excellent Visitor Information Centre located in the town library.
Find out more at www.howardianhills.org.uk
The City of York
Just a 30 minute drive from Castle Howard you will find yourself in the vibrant city of York. The perfect destination for museums and galleries, world-class visitor attractions, shopping and eating, or sampling one of the city's many heritage taverns. A city of contrasts and exciting discoveries, York is a place where the old encompasses the new, and caters for many different ages and interests.
Find out more at www.visityork.org
The North York Moors & Coast
The great outdoors has never been greater! Sutton Bank has ‘the best view in England' according to James Herriot, and it's just one of many fantastic views in Yorkshire. Hidden in the moors you will discover endless walking opportunities, great cycling and many charming villages, with host of tea rooms and public houses. Just a short drive across the moors will bring you to the historic seaside resorts of Scarborough, Whitby and Filey. Enjoy the Captain Cook museum in Whitby, go fossil hunting at Robin Hood's Bay, surf in Scarborough or enjoy a family day out in Filey.
Find out more at www.discovernorthyorkshire.co.uk and www.discovernorthyorkshirecoast.com
The Yorkshire Wolds
With hidden valleys, chalk streams and peaceful villages, the Yorkshire Wolds makes a refreshing change from city life or a seaside break. It's a fabulous place to unwind and enjoy the English countryside at it's best. The Wolds is known for it's excellent trails for both walking and cycling. This cycling countryside is in fact where Britain's heritage bicycle trail stretches through the Wolds from the Humber to the Yorkshire Dales. So whether it's walking, cycling, a picnic with the family you will find immaculately maintained and signposted routes.
Find out more at www.visithullandeastyorkshire.com
You can also discover more at www.yorkshire.com