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Yorkshire & Lancashire

LUXURY HOLIDAY COTTAGES IN YORKSHIRE & LANCASHIRE

YORKSHIRE’s great charm lies in the fact that it encompasses many of Britain’s most scenic wild areas but some of its very best cities, too. The ancient walled Roman river city of York is crammed with museums, atmosphere and life, Leeds has wonderful shopping, attractive galleries and artistic links to Henry Moore; and nearby Wakefield is home to the exciting new Hepworth Gallery.

Yet the two national parks of the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors give rise to some of the finest views and best upland walking in Britain. Sweet villages such as Haworth, home of the Bronte sisters, provide much rural appeal. And a varied coastline includes the grand resort of Scarborough with twin sweeping bays and towering castle, quiet Hornsea, at the end of the Trans-Pennine Trail, and cobbled Whitby, chillingly associated with Dracula tales.

Neighbouring LANCASHIRE claims one of the liveliest coastal resorts in Britain, Blackpool, with its famous Tower, pleasure beach and vast framework of festivals and entertainment including fireworks, light-shows and screaming fairground rides. Historic Lancaster’s narrow streets offer a far quieter style of entertainment with a medieval castle, Victorian cathedral and fine Georgian architecture. In the county’s remotest corners lie the beautiful Forest of Bowland, ideal for walking and cycling, and Arnside and Silverdale, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty around Morecambe Bay with saltmarshes, woods and vast bird-watching opportunities. Towns such as Clitheroe, with its own castle, relish the growing move for locally grown food.

For even more things to do while you stay at a luxury holiday cottage have a look at our blog – a destination guide to Yorkshire and Lancashire.

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September
Harrogate Autumn Flower Show
Harrogate Autumn Flower Show

The North of England Horticultural Society (NEHS) is a leading gardening charity set up more than 100 years ago to support and promote horticulture across the north.
The society organises and runs the twice yearly Harrogate Flower Shows, widely regarded as the biggest and most prestigious independent shows in the gardening year.

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March
Huddersfield Literature Festival
Huddersfield Literature Festival

Celebrating the written word by bringing big name authors to Huddersfield and supporting local talent

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The Yorkshire Brass Band Championships
The Yorkshire Brass Band Championships

A weekend of pulsating music making at St. Georges's Hall, Bradford. (photo ©VisitEngland/Marketing Gloucester)

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April
Harrogate Spring Flower Show
Harrogate Spring Flower Show

The North of England Horticultural Society (NEHS) is a leading gardening charity set up more than 100 years ago to support and promote horticulture across the north.

The society organises and runs the twice yearly shows at Harrogate

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The Grand National
The Grand National

The biggest race of the year. (photo - VisitEngland/Marketing Birmingham)

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May
Swaledale Festival
Swaledale Festival

The Swaledale Festival takes place over two weeks in May and June each year, in churches, chapels, castles, ‘Literary Institutes’, pubs, fields and village halls scattered around Swaledale, Arkengarthdale and Wensleydale. (photo - VisitEngland/VisitDerby/Matthew Jones Photography)

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June
Dales Festival of Food and Drink
Dales Festival of Food and Drink

Weaving together the three fundamental elements that make the Dales Festival of Food and Drink a success – Food, Farming and Fun (photo - VisitEngland/Diana Jarvis)

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Hebden Bridge Arts Festival
Hebden Bridge Arts Festival

Quirky and distinctive, Hebden Bridge Arts Festival is an annual celebration of thetown’s creativity and unique landscape. (photo- VisitEngland/VisitDerby/Matthew Jones Photography)

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July
Yorkshire Dales Food And Drink Festival
Yorkshire Dales Food And Drink Festival

This festival is jam-packed with things to do including local chef and crafting demonstrations, a selection of hands on workshops, a vintage fun fair, kid’s activities, tasting sessions, live music, hundreds of exhibitors and the best street food and drink the UK has to offer! (photo - VisitEngland/Diana Jarvis)

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Short Breaks in the Luxury Holiday Cottages

Premier Cottages have almost 100 luxury holiday cottages in Yorkshire and Lancashire. From luxury cottages by the coast, secluded countryside barns or cottages in quaint market towns, there’s luxury accommodation to suit all!

All of our cottages are hand-picked, so we know they are the best quality holiday cottages and facilities to give you your perfect holiday.

Holiday Cottages in Yorkshire

Explore a combination of idyllic countryside, dramatic coastline, and historic towns and villages all around. Two main national parks cover a large area of Yorkshire.

Holiday Cottages in the Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales is home to some of regions most breath-taking scenery from spectacular waterfalls and rivers to gentle rolling hills. Premier Cottages have a selection of holiday homes in the Yorkshire Dales, ranging from cosy cottages that sleep two for a romantic getaway, to larger cottages for the whole family. The area is perfect for a family adventure holiday, from horse riding and cycling on the miles of tracks to organised rock climbing and abseiling in the caverns.

The Moors

Head more toward the coast and visit the North York Moors, a stunning national park popular with walkers and cyclists all year round. There are signed walking trails throughout the national park, from short walks to multi-day hikes, it’s arguably the best way to see the area.

Holiday Cottages in Lancashire

Lancashire is home to countryside attractions such as the scenic Forest of Bowland, historic Lancaster Castle, the Brockholes and more. Explore the tracks by cycling through the moors, past the canals, and through the forests.

Heading for the coast with the family? Our nearest holiday cottages are only a 40 minute drive away from the famous seaside city of Blackpool, spend the day at Blackpool Pleasure Beach which is perhaps the UKs most iconic theme park, take in the views from the top of Blackpool tower, explore Blackpool Zoo and more! It’s easy to spend a whole weekend exploring Blackpool with the family, when the day is over escape back to your luxury holiday cottage set in Lancashire countryside.

Choosing your luxury cottage

What’s left now? Simply select when you want to stay, for how many nights, and for how many guests. Then use our large range of filters to show cottages with your must have facilities. Whether you only want to see dog friendly cottages or with your own hot tub. So what are you waiting for? Book your dream family holiday today!

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