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  1. An image of 3 cyclists along a country road near Burton Agnes.
    Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route is made up of 150 miles linking small market towns and picturesque villages. Photo by Cycle England
  2. An image of a bike resting against a wooden signpost pointing to Kilham and Driffield.

    Yorkshire is proud of its ancient traditions. Someone has blown a horn every night for 800 years in Ripon, for instance. The neighbours must be fed up of it by now.

    18 Nov 2020
  3. An image of cyclist traveling down a country lane with yellow corn fields surrounding them.
    Take on the 170 mile coast to coast challenge starting in Morecombe and finishing at Bridlington's seafront.
  4. An image of cyclists on the Transpenine trail at the Humber Bridge. Image by the Transpenine Trail
    The 215 mile trail from Southport to Hornsea, joins East Yorkshire at Howden before going on to Hornsea.
  5. An image of a family enjoying a picnic with the bikes on the ground in front of them.
    9 circular day rides across the Yorkshire Wolds, on quiet country lanes and cycle paths.

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Dairy, Fox & Otter cottages have been beautifully converted from a former stable block at Barmston…

Breakfast served at Wold Cottage, East Yorkshire

Georgian Manor House in Yorkshire Wolds. Deliciously Yorkshire Breakfast Winners. Speciality free…

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A period farmhouse with 2 acres of grounds, in the small village of Burton Pidsea. Five miles from…

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Milliner's Cottage is a lovingly restored Victorian property in the centre of historic Pocklington,…

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Charming B&B accommodation in the historic wolds village of Kilham. Comfortable en-suite rooms…

An image of the fully adapted wetroom, walk in shower with rails and assists at Pride N Joy.

Pride-N-Joy is a ground floor self-catering holiday apartment in Bridlington. Open all year around…

Marina View Holiday Apartments

Five holiday flats, each consisting of 1 or 2 bedrooms.

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Situated straight off the A63, the Village Urban Resort is an accessible hotel with park & ride…

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Family run licensed hotel, colour tv in all rooms, en-suite, tea and coffee making facilities.…

An image of a bedside table and lamp at Saltmarshe Hall.

Saltmarshe Hall is a historic 19th century stately home located in mature parkland in the secluded…

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The park is set in 200 acres of landscaped parkland, beside 25 acres of lakes.

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The Toll Cottage, is a beautiful, 18th Century cottage, steeped in history, offering luxury…

An image of the glamping hut exteriors at Seaways Glamping and Camping.

Seaways glamping and camping is situated in the Village of Fridaythorpe in the heart of the…

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Holme Wold Cottage overlooks the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds, close to Beverley, York, Hull & the…

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Visit England 5* Unique country cottage, offers spacious accommodation for up to 6. Nestled in the…

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West Hale Gate Farm Shepherd's Huts, offer a high end glamping experience which can be an escape…

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The Laundry Cottage, parts dating back to 1695, sits quietly sheltered on the eastern edge of The…

Mont Millais

Victorian, double-fronted building with spacious rooms. Tastefully decorated throughout.

Sewerby Hall Cottages - Chestnut

Formerly the lodge to the Grade 1 listed Georgian House of Sewerby Hall, this period property has…

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A beautifully converted Grade II listed cottage located in the tranquil conservation area of…

Wolds Village Luxury Guest Accommodation

The Guest Accommodation at Wolds Village has been our largest project to date. We spent the best…

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Luxury and contemporary accommodation in Raywell, a peaceful and tranquil destination conveniently…

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Modern chalk stone cottage on the edge of Flamborough village, Sleeps 6 plus an infant (under 24…

An image of a blue feature patterned sink bowl at North Star Sanctum.

Northstar Sanctum is an exciting, new and unique boutique collection of self catering lodges. Each…

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  1. An image of an icon of a cyclist on their bike and riding along

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    TPT North Ferriby to Hessle Trail, Trans Pennine Trail, North Ferriby, Hessle, Hull, East Riding, HU13 0HB

    Telephone

    01226 772574

    North Ferriby, Hessle, Hull

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    Cycle Route

    This short section of the TPT takes you along the foreshore of the River Humber and under the mighty Humber Bridge that spans this wide estuary. From the route you are rewarded with impressive views of the bridge and across the river.

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    Hornsea, East Yorkshire, HU18 1AB

    Telephone

    0844 811 2070

    East Yorkshire

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    Cycle Route

    The Trans Pennine Trail is a multi-user route across the North of England from Southport to Hornsea and with north - south route from Leeds to Chesterfield, plus a spur to York.

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    TPT Hornsea Rail Path, Trans Pennine Trail, Hull, Hornsea, East Yorkshire, HU18 1PZ

    Telephone

    01226 772574

    Hull, Hornsea

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    Cycle Route

    Follow the old railway all the way from Hull to the eastern most point on the Trail, marked by the seamark on the seawall at Hornsea. Follow this green corridor as pass through the outskirts of Hull before the fields open out around you

  4. An image of an icon of a cyclist on their bike and riding along

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    The Yorkshire Wolds, East Yorkshire, YO25 5ES

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    East Yorkshire

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    Cycle Route

    Day Rides
    The Yorkshire Wolds offers miles of country lanes and quiet roads to discover this unspoilt part of the country.

    Ten circular day rides from 17 to 30 miles are available to download from www.visithullandeastyorkshire.com or get in…

  5. An image of a woman sitting on a bridge, enjoying the view, with her bike leant against the bridge next to her.

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    Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 0DH

    Telephone

    01482 391672

    East Yorkshire

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    Cycle Route

    A circular route around the enchanted rolling hills and coastal cliffs of the East Riding and Ryedale. Has hidden valleys, wildflower verges, varied wildlife, clean beaches and big skies, and passes through picturesque villages.

  6. An image of the sign of the end of the Way of the Roses on the North Promenade, Bridlington, with the sea in the background.

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    Way of the Roses, Pocklington, The Yorkshire Wolds, East Yorkshire, YO42 2JD

    The Yorkshire Wolds

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    Cycle Route

    The Way of the Roses is Britain's newest 'coast-to-coast' cycle coute. Opened on 11th September 2010, the route runs for 170 well signed miles between Morecambe on Lancashire's Irish Sea coast and Bridlington on Yorkshire's North Sea coast.

  7. An image of an icon of a cyclist on their bike and riding along

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    TPT Selby to Brough Trail, Trans Pennine Trail Office, Selby, Brough, Howden, DN14 7HS

    Telephone

    01226 772574

    Selby, Brough, Howden

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    Cycle Route

    This section of the TPT runs through the open fields and quiet villages of the north bank of initially the River Ouse and then the River Humber.

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