Relax and escape to your own private hot tub
And if you want to relax and escape the stresses of modern life this area is perfect too.
A lodge break will allow you the flexibility to spend your time as your choose be it relaxing in your own private hot tub or getting out and exploring. If you do choose to venture out and discover the area then a trip to Betty’s Café Tea Rooms is the perfect place to refuel in between sites!
Lightwater Valley Theme park is within reach for those seeking adventure while a stroll around the Royal Water Gardens is a more sedate but no less enjoyable alternative.
Great choice for a pet friendly Yorkshire break
Oakwood Lodges is a new development and the lodges reflect the very best possible experience you’ll get from this type of holiday. Accommodation is incredibly modern and contemporary with well equipped kitchens and flatscreen TVs – making an excellent alternative to hotels. Pets are welcome!
Each lodge has it’s own decking area with private hot tub for the ultimate relaxation experience. The park team will be able to offer you a variety of spa-style therapies if you’re looking to treat yourself. One of the nicest things about this place is the lakeside setting and many of the lodges enjoy attractive lakeside views.
A hot tub break that’s near to the action
Woodland Lake Lodges are also highly recommended. You’re never far away from the busy town of Thirsk and the historic city of York but will feel secluded enough to relax on the park itself. The lodges are scattered among some beautiful woodland that offers you a variety of facilities and activities.
You could try your hand at fishing or even just enjoy some time in the brand new bar or restaurant. With four different types of lodges on offer from the Chestnut range for romantic breaks to the Birch range that is perfect for families, there is sure to be something to suit you and your holiday requirements.
Top 5 Things to do in Yorkshire
The historic county of Yorkshire, known for its Roman and Viking heritage, boasts a wide range of things to see and do. For visitors of all ages and interests, there is plenty for you to enjoy on your short break or holiday in Yorkshire. Whether you plan a family holiday in summer or romantic winter break, Yorkshire is a fab location. Make sure you visit one of the major cities of Leeds or York and explore the two National Parks.
Day in York – The historical walled city of York has so much for you to see and do when staying in Yorkshire. Walk along the city walls, take a guided tour of the stunning York Minster, and browse the shops on the Shambles, a cobbled medieval street with original timber-frame buildings now featuring boutique shops, cafes and several Harry Potter shops. If you’re visiting in summer, you can enjoy a boat trip on the river and soak up amazing views from Clifford’s Tower. In winter you can visit the popular Christmas market to get into Christmas spirit and enjoy festive treats. On a rainy day, the National Train Museum is an excellent attraction for the whole family which is also free to enter!
Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds – If you plan a trip to Leeds, Kirkstall Abbey is a beautiful landmark to visit. Surrounding by gardens, this is a great place to explore, walk the dog and learn about the history of the ruined Cistercian monastery. Make your trip to Leeds worthwhile and visit the high street shops and restaurants as well as the numerous galleries and museums providing something for all ages.
Yorkshire Dales National Park – A beautiful part of Yorkshire, the Yorkshire Dales National Park is one of the top places to visit. With stunning rolling hills and rugged dales, this is a great place to explore on your next trip to Yorkshire. Whether you want to tackle the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge, look for wildlife on the Red Squirrel trail, stargaze, go geocaching, or take part in one of the many outdoor adventures including horse riding cycling, fell running caving, and climbing, there is so much to do in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Castle Howard – For a fun day out, Castle Howard is a good choice when visiting Yorkshire. The elegant and beautiful 18th-century house and estate is open to the public to explore. There are beautiful interiors, landscaped gardens, an adventure playground and café where visitors can enjoy homemade food and snacks. Dogs are also allowed into the grounds so you can enjoy a walk with all of the family. Look out for special events year-round too!
Flamingo Land Resort – For some adrenaline-fuelled fun for the whole family, Flamingo Land is an excellent day out for everyone in Yorkshire. The family theme park has over 35 rides including 9 rollercoasters, a large award-winning zoo and holiday village. So whether you visit for the day or plan a short break holiday, Flamingo Land is the ultimate family destination in Yorkshire. The theme park (excluding the zoo) is also dog-friendly so you can bring your furry friend into the theme park with you on your dog-friendly holiday in Yorkshire.