In The Area

York Street Signs, having fun and The Shambles

The Little Hide is just minutes from the heart of York by car, bus or bike – there is a bus stop at the end of the drive which is hourly Monday to Saturday and 2 hourly on a Sunday.  There is no service on an evening.  This service is run by Reliance Motor Services – 01904 768 262.  Alternatively there is the Rawcliffe Bar Park & Ride just along the ring road which runs until 8pm.

Did you know?  Camping is the 2nd most popular choice for domestic holidays, after hotels.  Accounting for 32% of all domestic bed nights – that’s more than B&B’s, Guest Houses and Self Catering Accommodation combined!

York Attractions

There is lots to do in York, and a lot of it is free – take a relaxing walk along the Bar Walls, or down by the river Ouse, perhaps while away an hour or two in the Museum Gardens, or just marvel at the amazing architecture in the many old buildings.  No trip to York is complete without a look at the Minster, Clifford’s Tower or participating in a Ghost Walk!  A river cruise is always a nice way to relax, York Boat  do day and evening cruises throughout the summer, some involving a pub meal too!

Welcome to Yorkshire

Go Yorkshire

York Races

York Attractions

Visit York

York Pass 

Inside York

120 Things to do in York – Trip Advisor

York 360

York Boat

Christmas Markets

National Trust – Yorkshire

City Sight Seeing Busses

York Theater Royal

York Art Gallery

Local Attractions

If you are here with a car, why not take off for the day and try one of the areas day trips?  We recommend the following as well worth the trip…

North Yorkshire Moors Railway – Used in the Harry Potter Films and TV’s Heart Beat.

Benningbrough Hall – National Trust – between York & Easingwold.

Castle Howard – Our largest “big house” and location for the Brideshead Revisited Film.

Duncombe Park – With Bird of Prey Centre.

Dalby Forest – With many miles of Mountain Bike tracks and Go Ape.

Nunnington Hall – Often with an exhibition and a great cafe!

Rievaulx Abbey – A splendid place to wander!

Eden Camp – Modern History Museum.

Eating Out

There are so many places to eat in York it is impossible to name them all, but we do think that the following are particularly good…

The Blue Bicycle – York

Loch Fyne Restaurant – York

Rustique – York

Me & Mrs Fisher – Cafe – York

Crumbs Cupcakery – Cafe – York

House of Trembling Madness – York

 

The Rose & Crown – Sutton-on-the-Forest

Locally there is the Black Horse in Wigginton & The Cottage Inn, also in Wigginton, both doing good pub grub, and Paddyfields Cantonese.  We also have plenty of take-away’s in the area – Haxby Fortune Inn Chineese, Hacis Place, Pizza Box and Millers Famous Award Winning Fish & Chips.