In a stunning location with exceptional views, Natural Retreats Yorkshire Dales is set in 55 acres of pristine countryside in Swaledale. Rurally located but only a short walk from the beautiful market town of Richmond, the lodges are perfect for a relaxing and peaceful mid-week break in the Dales.
Special Springtime Stays to enjoy across Yorkshire
If you’re looking for the perfect Autumn getaway, Yorkshire has so much to offer. Whether you FANCY glamping in a forest or being pampered in one of our luxury hotels, you will be spoilt for choice.
A selection of luxury hotels on the Yorkshire Coast
Yorkshire boasts some of England's finest countryside, the perfect location for a luxury rural retreat.
The vibrant and diverse history of Grays Court provides the opportunity to stay, dine and relax in a building that has seen knighthoods bestowed, played host to kings and has the privilege of being the only privately owned building in York with direct access to York’s City walls. We sincerely hope that you enjoy your time with us, whether this be an overnight stay in our luxurious hotel, dining with us in The Bow Room Restaurant or visiting us for drinks.
The Coniston Hotel Country Estate & Spa offer stunning self-catering accommodation, located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. The three traditional Dales farmhouses - The Thack, Fogga and Lowlands – offer a relaxing space with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
Make a day of it at The Coniston Hotel Country Estate & Spa. Set in a stunning 1400-acre estate on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, The Coniston has been home to the Bannister family for over 5 decades.
Old Oak Cottages are situated in a delightful rural location on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors boasting spectacular views across unspoilt countryside towards the famous White Horse of Kilburn.
Harefield Hall is a small family run business, offering four star accommodation and wedding reception venue in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. This beautiful building once belonged to the Archbishop of York and is rumoured to have once belonged to King Henry VIII. Harefield Hall is set amongst 28 acres of woodland in beautiful Nidderdale, North Yorkshire.