Self Catering Cottages North Yorkshire

When it comes to self catering cottages, North Yorkshire is the best place to visit. Why? Because no matter the group that you are bringing to stay in the self catering cottages, North Yorkshire has something to offer everyone. If you enjoy having rural beauty at your feet when you leave the self catering cottages, North Yorkshire has this by the mile. Beautiful dales, shimmering waterfalls and striking hills within Wensleydale are there to be enjoyed.
If history is more your thing, then you will run out of time before you run out of places to see. If you want castles near the self catering cottages, North Yorkshire has several including Middleham and Bolton Castles. If you like scenic ruins, try Fountains Abbey. Or for historic towns, try Skipton or Ripon.
But what about the members of your group who want a more action-packed holiday? Do not worry – within a short distance of the self catering cottages, you will find options for an exciting and thrill packed holiday.
At Bedale, you will find Aerial Extreme. Set high into the trees, experience the adrenaline of clambering around the treetops. Not for the faint hearted, this will challenge you to face your fears and to experience the world from a different angle. A similar entertainment, Go Ape! is also available at Dalby Forest. Go Ape! also has a Segway forest track which you can book to travel through the forest on two wheels. If you want more of this during your stay at the self catering cottages, North Yorkshire also offers the Carlton Lodge Outdoor Centre at Thirsk which has ziplines, high ropes and gorge walking. Additionally, the Yorkshire Dales Guides offer adventure activities like orienteering, caving, climbing and abseiling. They can tailor the activities to beginners and experts, so no matter the age and ability of the members of your group in the self catering cottages, North Yorkshire offers something for everyone.
These adventure activities are not only for summer. Within reach of the self catering cottages you can find the Another World Adventure Centre. They offer bush craft training, mountain boarding, crossbow and pistol shooting, den building and go kart building, with the addition of skiing and snowboarding in the winter months.
Further east, at Robin Hood’s Bay, you can book to go Land Rover 4x4 driving at the North Yorkshire Off Road Centre. Here you can drive off road vehicles on coastal tracks. They welcome novice and experienced drivers, and even children as young as 10 can be involved in driving.
If some of your group at the Askrigg self catering cottages fancy paintballing, why not visit Europe’s largest paintball and laser combat centre at Bawtry, which is within reach of the cottages. Let off a little steam and you will return to the self catering cottages worn out but happy.
The only way to enjoy the activities North Yorkshire has to offer is by visiting. Get in touch today to enquire about vacancies for a trip that can be as adrenaline packed as you want.