As Covid lockdown restrictions lifted at the start of July 2020 we were pleased and proud to be awarded “Walking Friendly” status by the North York Moors National Park. With so much else going on, we decided to not announce it until now.
What does “Walking Friendly” mean for our guests? Well, we provide maps and guides in all of our cottages, we have washing and drying facilities and we promote the respectful use of the countryside – amongst other things! 🙂  We offer two walking guides; in all of our cottages we have maps and guides for walks that are easy to get to from our cottages.  In our family cottages, we also have route cards and activities for younger members of the family as well.
With Autumn approaching, why not consider booking a short walking breaking based with us at Cliff House?
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Land of Iron

Land of Iron

The Land of Iron Went for a walk in the "Land of Iron" - Rosedale in the North York Moors National Park. To look at it now you wouldn't think that it was once a thriving iron ore community, with the hill sides dotted with mines as well as the giant furnaces used for...

Ryedale Tour de Abbey

Ryedale Tour de Abbey

Ryedale Tour de Abbey We went on an impromptu tour around Ryedale today visiting its great Abbey's and Priory. Before any great trip, one must first get sustenance, so we first headed to the market town of Helmsley where we had breakfast at Mannions of Helmsley. Can't...

A visit to Byland Abbey

A visit to Byland Abbey

Byland Abbey is one of the many monastic ruins that are short drive away from Cliff House Holiday Cottages. Founded by monks who had a tough start on their journey - left to found a new abbey, founded new abbey, ransacked by the Scots, returned to parent Abbey, not...