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Yorkshire and the Humber: History, Beauty and Excitement

The Yorkshire and the Humber is an expansive region in England that comprises many popular cities, towns and villages. From the historic York to the thriving metropolis that is Leeds, there is something for everyone to explore, experience, and enjoy in this vast area of activity. So whether you want to attend a major music festival, learn all about trains at the National Railway Museum, or just take in the scenic countryside, this region has plenty to offer!

History to Discover

If heritage and history is at the forefront of your travels to Yorkshire and the Humber, perhaps the best base to book a hotel in would be York. Although it also offers plenty of contemporary attractions, York is predominantly known for its historical splendour. From the wonderfully commanding presence of York Minster in the heart of the city to roaming the renowned narrow street that is the Shambles, it is no wonder that York has drawn the attention of travellers from across the world. Yet perhaps its main attraction – and arguably the most popular in all of Yorkshire – is the National Railway Museum. Boasting more than 300 years of history, the National Railway Museum is a fascinating attraction full of activities for all the family. Not to mention that York also features a castle, abbey and numerous other museums covering everything from Vikings to chocolate! Further historic places of interest in Yorkshire and the Humber include Kingston-upon-Hull, which offers the Streetlife Museum of Transport and Hull Maritime Museum, and Ripon is home to the spectacular Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden.

Fun for Everyone

If more family-centric or exhilarating temptations are your thing, there are plenty of areas in Yorkshire and the Humber that will satisfy your needs. Firstly, in the form of Leeds and Sheffield, you have the two biggest cities in the region. And as a result, they both contain everything you would expect from a major city in the UK, along with highly rated attractions such as Roundhay Park (Leeds) and the Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife & Falconry Centre (Sheffield). Yet fun and entertainment aren’t just restricted to the major cities of the region. In the small village of Kirby Misperton, for example, you will find the nationally famous Flamingo Land. If you didn’t know already, Flamingo Land combines thrilling theme park rides with the relaxed nature of a Zoo. And if a trip to the seaside is more your thing, visiting Scarborough is something that should be high on your list of things to do in Yorkshire and the Humber. Scarborough is a popular destination due to possessing a glorious beach, seafront hotels, various activities and traditional seaside charm.

Shopping & Dining Extravaganza

With other 30 shopping centres spread across the region, it is no surprise that Yorkshire and the Humber is a haven for shopping enthusiasts. As for which shopping centres are the ones to look out for, the eye-catching Trinity Leeds, York Designer Outlet, and the large Meadowhall in Sheffield are all acclaimed destinations with plenty of well-known retailers from which to purchase gifts and treats. Yet shopping in the region is not simply limited to such establishments, as you will find an innumerable amount of independent stores and high street retailers at nearly every turn. The same can also be said for dining options in Yorkshire and the Humber. Whether it’s an inexpensive bite to eat for lunch or an unforgettable fine dining experience at a Michelin-starred eatery, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurant choices in the region.

Festivals & Events

As the region encompasses such a large and populated area, it is only natural that it provides a vast array of festivals and events. Now while there are way too many to mention within a paragraph, there are some major festivities work noting in Yorkshire and the Humber. One of which is Leeds Festival, which is one of the major UK music festivals each year and attracts headliners like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eminem and Guns N’ Roses. Further yearly events to mark on the calendar include the Yorkshire Festival, Tramlines Festival and York Food & Drink Festival. Regular major music, comedy and other entertainment acts take place throughout numerous venues in the region including Sheffield Arena, York Barbican and the First Direct Arena in Leeds. Along with frequent visiting performances, certain events are also an annual staple for the region. This is exemplified by the prestigious World Snooker Championship, which takes place each year at Sheffield’s famous Crucible Theatre.

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    Hotel James College York

    Single en suite bed and breakfast accommodation and Self Catering situated on the University of York’s campusJames College is situated in the heart of the University of York campus. York is a City famous for the iconic York Minster, exquisite architecture, a tangle of quaint cobbled streets including The Shambles. Boutique shopping, a vibrant café and restaurant culture and world class museums such as the National Railway Museum and the unique Jorvik Centre make York a wonderful place to visit. York City Centre is about 15 minutes away by bus or car. Offering clean and comfortable accommodation, either ensuite bedrooms or bedrooms with shared bathrooms, in the centre of the University of York campus Take a 360° tour of the Ensuite or Standard bedrooms Breakfast is included in the rate for B & B Guests, Hostel accommodation is Self Catering. Please note that York Conferences at the University of York do not accept stag or hen parties and reserves the right to remove you and your group from site should you breach these Terms and Conditions. more

    Hotel Premier Inn York City (Blossom St South) hotel York

    The Premier Inn York City is a 3 star hotel that is located close to the centre of York and just 500 metres from the main train station. Within walking distance of the hotel are attractions such as York Minster and The Jorvik Viking Centre. The 102 en-suite guestrooms at the Premier Inn York City Hotel have in room amenities such as televisions with 80 channels, complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities and wireless internet access. There are various room types on offer at the hotel including family rooms and accessible rooms for disabled guests. All the guest rooms and the public areas of the hotel are non-smoking. Onsite there is a Table Table restaurant where you can get a daily all you can eat buffet breakfast which has a range of cooked and continental options. The restaurant also serves an international menu for lunches and dinners. Other services offered by the Premier Inn York City include a 24 hour front desk. more

    Hotel Holiday Inn York City Centre York

    Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in a common area.The bedrooms vary in size, however all are united in terms of quality and comfort. They are modern with contemporary furnishings - from the cherry wood furniture, to the metallic blind and ceiling down-lighters. All rooms have free WI-FI throughout, Large power showers, interactive satellite television, radio and hairdryer.Air Conditioned (Hotel),Bar(s),Breakfast Room,Conference Facilities,Disabled Facilities,Restaurant(s)Holiday Inn York City Centre is conveniently located for all of the sights of York, but is also a great base for all the beautiful attractions and scenery in Yorkshire.The hotel is located only 1 km from York station and within a few minutes walk from York\'s major attractions and the main shopping areas. more

    Hotel Yapham Holds Farmhouse York

    A family-run campsite, Yapham Holds Farmhouse takes camping to a new level. The seaside is just an hour’s drive away, in sunny Scarborough. The wooden cabins and ‘tipis’ can host two to four guests. Each unit contains sofa bedding, TV and DVD. There are shared bathroom and toilet facilities. Free parking is available. Guests may bring along their own appliances, i.e. their fridge. The campsite is extremely convenient for those wishing to explore the region as the prominent York towns are only a drive away. All units also come complete with a picnic bench to enjoy eating outdoors in fine weather and grills can be rented on daily basis by those who wish to prepare simple meals. Yapham Holds Farmhouse is near the market town of Pocklington and a short drive from towns like South Bank and York Minster. more

    Hotel The Little Hide York

    Near historic York, The Little Hide offers childfree camping facilities. There are eight camping pods, a cabin and a tent. Each unit has a zip-link bed (with storage space), sofa, heater, coffee table and kettle. The toilet/shower block is on-site. Beddings provided, but bring your own towels. It’s a non-smoking site, with designated smoking area. There’s no Internet access. Free parking and packed lunches, luggage storage, laundry services and barbecue facilities (coal required) are offered. There’s a garden, a wooded walking area and fishing ponds. A local golf course and an on-site bus stop is also present. Common self-catering facilities include a fridge and microwave. The on-site Farm Shop & Café provides takeaway breakfasts and lunches, using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The Little Hide is just five km from historic York, where tourist attractions like York Minster Cathedral, York City Walls and the Treasurer’s House may be visited. more

    Hotel Safestay York York

    Based in Micklegate House, Safestay York offers budget accommodation, and features free Wi-Fi. Safestay York has a range of rooms; some en-suite private rooms, others large dormitory rooms with bunk beds. All rooms have original features, and have linen and lockers provided. The private rooms feature a TV and complimentary tea/coffee. Safestay York features an Internet room, laundry facilities, a courtyard, and 24-hour reception. The building features exposed beams, high ceilings and a stone-flagged entrance hall. Each morning in the dining room guests can serve themselves from the continental breakfast. The dining room features banquet tables and chandeliers. The onsitelicensed bar serves bottled beer and ciders. York Railway station is 300m away. York Minster is only a 10-minute walk away, while Shambles is less than a kilometre away. more