Warner Hotels in Yorkshire
Breathtaking natural beauty and cultural attractions right on your doorstep.
Yorkshire has been described as a must-see region and it’s easy to see why. Historic market towns, endless landscapes, and the overall dramatic beauty of the area ensures it’s a place you’ll want to visit again. Historical gems include the Roman city of York, with the happiest place to live in Britain, Harrogate, just a stone’s throw away. Other nearby visits include Harlow Carr Gardens, Brimham Rocks, Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal, Mother Shipton’s Cave, Bolton Abbey and Valley Gardens. For food lovers, Knaresborough is a must, with your chance to sample Yorkshire’s finest cheeses, pies, meats, beers, fish, and more.
18 min drive from Nidd Hall, HG3 4DW
The millstone grit ‘sculptures’ of Brimham Rocks were carved by wind and sand around 18,000 years ago when the whole region was covered with ice. The labyrinth of rock formations is unique to the area and offers panoramic views of Nidderdale and the Vale of York.
31 min drive from Nidd Hall, BD23 6AL
Bolton Abbey features 80 miles of footpaths to explore across woodland, moorland and alongside the River Wharfe. The Laund Oak, a 600-year-old tree that blew over in 2016, is perhaps the only tree in the world that grows horizontally after the foresters worked to save its roots.
15 min drive from Nidd Hall, HG1
Regularly voted the “happiest place to live” in Britain, the fashionable spa town of Harrogate has been welcoming tourists since the 16th-century when its waters were a popular health treatment. Nowadays it’s home to the famous Betty’s Tea Rooms, Turkish baths, and Valley Gardens.
Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal
21 min drive from Nidd Hall, HG4 3DY
The Grade I listed Fountains Abbey is the largest monastic ruin in the country and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within its grounds is Studley Royal and its famous Temple of Piety, a photo opportunity set within a Georgian water garden with grand vistas over the surrounding area.
Harlow Carr Gardens
18 min drive from Nidd Hall, HG3 1QB
With 13 distinct sections of garden including lakeside gardens, woodland, wildflower meadows and the Queen Mother’s Lake, Harlow Carr offers a tapestry of colours that change with the seasons, and a huge variety of different plants from all corners of the globe.
Himalayan Gardens & Sculpture Park
30 min drive from Nidd Hall, HG4 3DA
The winner of the Yorkshire in Bloom Tourist Attraction award for two years running, over 80 sculptures sit amongst 45 acres of Himalayan-inspired gardens (that’s more than twice the size of Buckingham Palace) that include 3 lakes and almost 20,000 plants.
Newby Hall & Gardens
27 min drive from Nidd Hall, HG4 5AE
The expansive Newby Hall gardens consist of several unique “rooms”. Of particular interest is the White Garden, filled exclusively with white flowering plants with a range of heights, scents and textures. There is also the Tropical Garden – you’ll be amazed that these plants can survive so far north.
Mother Shipton’s Cave
15 min drive from Nidd Hall, HG5 8DD
Hear the tale of Mother Shipton and the Petrifying Well, whose magical waters turn objects to stone. Supposedly the birthplace of the legendary soothsayer, the Well is the oldest tourist attraction in England (operating since 1630) and still going strong today.
15 min drive from Nidd Hall, HG5
The market town of Knaresborough sits on River Nidd’s edge, the town centre perched atop the cliffs by the water. We recommend visiting on a Wednesday to enjoy the hustle-and-bustle of market day, the perfect opportunity to sample Yorkshire’s cheeses, pies, meats, beers, fish and more.
33 min drive from Nidd Hall, YO26 6QF
The above postcode will take you to Poppleton Park and ride, by far the easiest way to explore this historic city. The ancient walls date back to Roman times, and within them, you’ll find 30 museums, a wealth of independent shops and the National Railway Museum.