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Yorkshire, England's largest country and one of the most important historically, has it all: cities, hills, woodland, dales and an extensive coast. If you're looking for a hotel in Yorkshire, Best Western has a fine selection dotted conveniently around the county's more popular areas. With twenty-five in total, we are sure to have something you are looking for.
Town and city breaks in Yorkshire
If you fancy a UK city break, booking a Yorkshire hotel will give you an impressive variety of urban destinations. Leeds, one of the largest cities in the UK has something for everyone. Made up of beautiful, large green spaces, breaking up the mass of Edwardian buildings, Leeds has received copious investment over the past, half-century to spruce up it's Northern harshness and develop it into something more charming and quaint. The city is highly arty and entertainment orientated. These days it has such a vast and exciting range of things to do and see, it will keep the most diverse and fussy crowd happy. Wolverhampton too, despite having a reputation for being styleless and generic, is actually full of impressive architecture, wonderful people and lots of attractions and activities. This city is certainly worth a visit when staying in a hotel in Yorkshire and with the Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Grand Theatre and regular performances by the nationally-renowned School of Practical Art, makes for a perfect day and night of culture and sophistication.
Holidays in the Yorkshire countryside
From your Yorkshire hotel, you will be spoiled for choice for a peaceful country stroll. The county is famous for its natural beauty and rolling green hills (or dales). Beautiful, traditional villages pepper the scenery and ooze Englishness; a walk around here really takes you back to basics and back to your roots. The Yorkshire Dales National Park epitomises the Yorkshire countryside and with 680 miles of unspoilt greenery, dotted with tearooms and cosy country pubs, should really not be missed. The county has often been referred to as 'God's own country' and has also recently displaced Kent to take the title 'Garden of England.' It is undeniably that the lush green landscapes and rolling dales is up there with the most beautiful landscapes in the world. The coastline is also a source of pride for born-and-bred Yorkshiremen. Scarborough is a particular favourite among locals and tourists. A walk along the miles of crunchy sand and mysterious rock pools is a heart-warming way to spend an afternoon, especially when followed by locally-caught haddock, coated in crisp, golden batter and wrapped in a vinegary newspaper.
Attractions in Yorkshire
The largest county is not only big and beautiful, it is packed full of things to do and see. For a memorable way to take in the gorgeous sights on offer, why not take cruise along the a trans-Pennine canal, bobbing heartily on the gentle waters. If that doesn't float your boat, why not try the legendary Settle-Carlisle Railway and cross the mighty Humber on the world's longest single-span, suspension bridge. Investigate the history of the county by visiting one of the many impressive and reasonably-priced museums; or for a more personal look, why not visit a coal mine, but make sure you clean up before you return to your Yorkshire hotel.
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