Further Afield

Within in 50 miles of Middleham there are endless possibilities. Amongst them are:


a historic city with its medieval town walls and cathedral; award winning Jorvic Viking Attraction; many National Trust and English Heritage properties, and much more.

York  Visit website

is a famous spa town with beautiful Georgian architecture; lots of galleries and antique shops, and of course the world famous Betty’s Tea Rooms. Treat yourself to a morning of pampering in the newly restored Turkish Baths.

Harrogate  Visit website
Fountains abbey Fountains abbey

and Studley Royal Water Garden. National Trust owned World Heritage Site. 'One of the most remarkable places in Europe'.

Fountains abbey   Visit website
Bradford Bradford

with the National Museum of Photography,Film and Television and some of the best curry houses in England. Wander through the ‘little Germany’ district, with it’s fascinating architecture from the days when Bradford was the foremost weaving town in the country, and visit The Colour Museum for a unique insight into the development of dying and weaving.

Bradford   Visit website

near Bradford, and now a World Heritage Site, was developed as a model town by the industrialist Sir Titus Salt. Today, the impressive Salts Mill houses permanent Galleries of the works of David Hockney as well as many superb shops and restaurants.

Saltaire  Visit website

home of the Bronte Sisters and inspiration for their novels. Visit the Bronte Parsonage and ‘Wuthering Heights’ on Haworth Moor.

Haworth  Visit website
Kendal Kendal

in the lake district, with a castle, many museums and links to Wainwright; and gateway to all the major lakes.

Kendal   Visit website