Book Early with Ingrid Flute!

Published: Tuesday 3rd Dec 2013

Written by: Ben Abbott

As we roll into the festive season and open that first door on the Advent calendar, it is easy to wonder just where the last year has gone.

Time flies when you are having fun, so they say and before we know it our favourite diary dates in the Yorkshire year will be upon us.

And with many people choosing to holiday in the UK these days instead of jetting off abroad and the recommendation from Lonely Planet, it sure seems that Yorkshire is the place to be.

It’s hardly surprising when you look at what the county has to offer.

In addition to the thriving market towns, coastline and vast moorland – making it a haven for walkers there is already a packed programme of events in the planning stages.

Top of the list has to be the hosting of the first stage of the Tour de France. It is the first time the race has passed through the north east so interest in the world’s most famous cycle race is expected to be high as crowds come to catch a glimpse.

There are also the usual favourites such as the Great Yorkshire Show, the Goth weekends in Whitby, Whitby Regatta, the war weekend in Pickering, the Dickensian festival in Grassington, special trips on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway plus the summer scene of country shows.

Over recent years accommodation for visitors to these events has been snapped up well in advance as popularity grows.

To take the stress out of taking part in the party atmosphere and making sure you are not stuck for somewhere to stay then book early and you won’t be disappointed.

Ingrid Flute Holiday Cottages has properties up and down the Yorkshire Coast from Scarborough to Staithes and is adding digs in the Dales to its ever growing portfolio.

Whether you are looking for fun for all the family or a cosy weekend away  – Ingrid Flute is on hand to arrange the perfect stay in God’s own county. Book your perfect holiday in 2014 today to avoid disappointment. Click here for our collection of holiday cottages with availability for next year. Also, book your holiday before the end of the year and only pay just a £100 deposit!

Ben Abbott



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