Luxury hotel news - England, Wales & Scotland
21 December 2010
Pub walks 'a great activity' while at Yorkshire hotels
There is no better way to keep occupied when staying at Yorkshire hotels than by embarking on a pub walk, readers of the Guardian have suggested.
Many have written in to the paper to offer their top tips, with the top one named as a trip to the Black Bull in Reeth, which boasts an open fire and real ales.
Birch Hall Inn in Beck Hole, Whitby, also comes highly recommended by those who know best, mainly due to its charm and abundance of walks on the doorstep.
The North York Moors are just a stone's throw away, with a pub every few miles or so to give people the boost they need to complete the circular route.
This follows a survey from VisitBritain, which recently found that most people head to Yorkshire because of its stunning scenery.
Hotels in this region
- Wetherby, North Yorkshire
- Bridge Hotel & Spa
- Wakefield, West Yorkshire
- Waterton Park Hotel
- Leeds, West Yorkshire
- Weetwood Hall Hotel
- Sheffield, South Yorkshire
- Whitley Hall Country House Hotel