There’s still time to book for the first big holiday of the year!
Look at where to stay, what to see and plenty to do in Yorkshire this Easter, from seaside, to forests, to walking challenges and wonderful days out for all the family:
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Head to the coast
The East Yorkshire coastline beckons:
Take the full holiday by the beach at the Yorkshire coast and enjoy fresh air and time on the sand.
Barmston is located in the middle of a long stretch of sand. Try the Black Bull retreat for easy access to quality sand time.
Beautiful 8 berth caravan with deckingSkipsea Sands Holiday Park, Barmston, YO25 8TZ, United Kingdom
Located in the middle of a huge stretch of beach, Hunmanby is a great place to get away from it all if you prefer self-catering, beach & quiet.
Courtyard CottageCourtyard Cottage, 51 Bridlington Street, Hunmanby, Filey, North Yorkshire, YO14 0LW, United Kingdom
22 Constable Road22 Constable Road, 22 Constable Road, Hunmanby, Filey, North Yorkshire, YO14 0LH, United Kingdom
More beach time
For more facilities and lots of beach access, go to Filey (which includes the Primrose Valley resort) or Bridlington.
Explore the forest
Try Go Ape! at Dalby Forest or stay in the leafy green surrounds of Keldy or Cropton.
Take on a walking challenge such as the 3 peaks and spend a few days in charming accommodation near Ingleton or Settle. Try The Dairy for self-catering, Wenningdale Escapes for a lodge or Harling House for B&B.
Get together with the extended family – try these places for easy and interesting places to meet up with the extended family – great for all generations and needs:
Tell us about your trip
Got a favourite holiday retreat in Yorkshire? Always go to the same caravan or have Easter lunch at the same pub? Tell us all about it in the comments below.