About the Vale of York
The magical Vale of York is found nestling in the beautiful North East of England, stretching from the River Tees in the north to the Humber Estuary in the south. This splendid location boasts miles upon miles of rolling patchwork green fields. Admire its idyllic landscape by foot, bike or horse back if you like, and spot its abundance of wildlife and pretty streams and rivers.
Come rain or sun, the Vale of York’s has such a wide variety of activities and attractions to be enjoyed including many exciting outdoor activities such as quad biking, Thirsk Museum, Clay Pigeon Shooting, visiting Sutton Park and so much more!
Around 2000 years of history is crammed into the City of York. From Roman times to the modern day each era has left its mark. Started by the Romans the existing City Walls were built in the 13th Century and today provide an imposing setting from which to gaze over the City Centre with its narrow winding streets.
Medieval streets, museums, gardens, guided tours and many historical buildings make York one of the foremost Tourist Centres in the country. Stay for a week and there will still be plenty left for future visits.
Our Vale of York cottages are perfectly situated dotted across this wonderful area ensuring you are can relish its natural beauty and its range of activities. Whether it’s a romantic hideaway you’re after or a holiday home fit for all your family and friends, we’re sure we’ll have the right property to suit all taste and budgets.