When you’re planning a mini-break there’s a lot of things to consider from logistics such as dates, duration to the bigger things like budget and location. When it comes to getting the most out of your experience, once you’ve decided where and when you want to go, choosing your accommodation is likely to be the next big decision.
You’re spoiled for choice with beautiful, vibrant and welcoming places to stay in Yorkshire and there’s a variety of different accommodation types to choose from.
Camping offers great value for money in some truly scenic locations while allowing you to have a freeing, adventurous, outdoor experience.
If you’re travelling as a large group, or if you’re on a shoestring budget, a hostel can offer a basic yet comfortable place to rest.
Whether you’ve got a caravan of your own or have decided to rent one, or stay in a static caravan home, a caravanning holiday offers an affordable escape without compromising on standards.
Glamping can mean anything from fancy tents to luxury cabins, Tipis to geodesic domes. Choosing to “glamp” allows you to experience the outdoors while enjoying a unique getaway.
A self-catering property provides a perfect base for your holiday. You can enjoy home-away-from-home amenities that allow you flexibility in your dining choices. You can explore local cuisine or flex your cooking abilities in the kitchen depending on what you’re in the mood for.
You’ll find hotels suitable for all budgets in Yorkshire. Whether you’re looking for the best value for money or the best experience money can buy, a hotel holiday offers a pressure-free escape where you don’t have to worry about doing the dishes.
As well as the options above, Yorkshire has a selection of Boating, B&B's and Serviced Apartments and more to choose from - explore the full list of available accommodation here.