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places for you to visit in Yorkshire

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July 8, 2020

Holiday with us at Kilnwick Percy Resort and explore everything that Pocklington has to offer, from the stunning countryside, to the activity centres for all ages. Read more below about where you can visit and what you can discover in Yorkshire

kilnwick percy nature trail

Enjoy a nature trail around the perimeter of the golf course at Kilnwick Percy Resort. The trail can be picked up from a member of the team, find all the clues and the follow the footpaths through the Yorkshire Wolds. The trail is around 2 miles long, but can take up to 2 hours when followed.

madhyamaka centre

The grounds and gardens are now open to the public, the centre itself is a Modern Buddhist and meditation centre. Stroll the gardens which offer peace and tranquillity.

burnby hall gardens

Entry to the gardens is by booking only, they offer a varied landscape with something new discover around every corner. Find the secret garden, gain peace at the lakes and water lilies, visit the impressive rock garden or the Victorian garden. There are many other areas to explore in the gardens.

jorvik viking centre

Reopening its doors on 11th July by pre-booking only. The centre is owned by the York Archaeological Trust, aiming to get people engaged with their history. As one of the most popular attractions over the past 35 years, the centre has seen up to 19 million people visit where archaeologists ravelled hidden history secrets. Visit Viking’s houses, workshops and backyards in the Viking city of Jorvik recreated at the centre.

allerthorpe lakeland park

The park will be reopening for booking in advance on 14th July. Working with a limited number of visitors to ensure social distancing and public safety. The park will be open for open water swimming, fishing and boating activities.

castle howard

The gardens, adventure playground and skelf island are all open and waiting for you. Pre-book your tickets via the website today and visit the Howard’s family residence where they have welcome guests for more than 300 years. The stunning gardens are ideal for a stroll, the adventure playground will keep the little one busy and skelf island is ideal for the thrill seeking children, being a treetop adventure across the dormant water of the Great Lake. Enjoy your fabulous day out.

Yorkshire has endless countryside to explore, perfect for your walking holiday or even to sit and soaking in the nature from your hot tub in one of our self-catering lodges.

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