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A Yorkshire Gastronomic Celebration

The landscapes and cuisine of ‘our’ corner of Yorkshire
This Holiday in a nutshell
  • delightful mix of self-guided walking and guided ‘foodie’ visits
  • enjoy exclusive behind-the-scenes access to Yorkshire food producers with a local expert
  • dine at the excellent Pheasant Hotel and the award-winning Star at Harome
  • high-quality traditional, country hotels

Leisurely discovery, beautiful scenery, delicious regional cuisine and welcoming accommodation of character are the cornerstones of Inntravel holidays. You’ll find all four ingredients at the fore of this break, which explores 'our' very own corner of Yorkshire.

Over the years, our customers have relied on our expertise to travel to destinations as far apart as Iceland and the Canary Islands, but for this break we decided to turn the spotlight on the area we know better than anywhere else: the North York Moors and Howardian Hills.
Karl Watson, General Manager

But although it carries all the hallmarks of a classic Inntravel holiday, this break is just a little bit different: a mixture of self-guided walking (during which you can visit some of the jewels in the area’s crown: romantic Rievaulx Abbey, Helmsley’s crumbling castle, and graceful Nunnington Hall) and food-themed visits to a variety of independent producers accompanied by an expert from Yorkshire Food Finder. These visits are a real highlight – you’ll be granted behind-the-scenes access and gain unique insights – but the regional cuisine element of the break extends beyond these to the delicious evening meals, with the dinners at the award-winning Star at Harome and the beautifully situated Pheasant Hotel, in particular, promising to make this a very indulgent break.

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 Average Temperatures & Rainfall
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The average maximum daytime temperatures and monthly rainfall relate to the nearest weather station and are intended as a guide only.

East England is less prone to rain than the west, but you should always be prepared for wet (and windy) weather while exploring the Moors.