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Holiday cottages in the North Yorks Moors

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The North York Moors National Park is a vast, moody, area in the north east of the county. Surrounded by small towns there is nothing in the middle. This is the type of country that you can imagine Heathcliffe bounding across. This is high country, swathed in heather, scythed through by deep verdant valleys, dotted by isolated farms and the odd ruin; the coastline is nothing if not dramatic, with sheer cliffs, sheltered bays, and long, long sandy beaches. This is 'get away' country - there are plenty of secluded Yorkshire cottages to stay in and use as a base to explore its wild and beautiful countryside.. The park covers over 500 square miles, and is a haven for walkers and cyclists. There are few roads and those that cross the moor are fairly empty of traffic so once up on the escarpment cycling is fairly level, but down quiet lanes there are valleys to explore, and a large selection of tracks. For walkers the list is almost endless. With over 1400 miles of paths and trails of choose from you are almost spoilt for choice. Try the Cleveland Way, which runs along the western escarpment, or the Cook Country walk along the cliffs on the coast.


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