Yorkshire Bed and Breakfast accommodation at amazing prices

  • compare and choose from our collection of Yorkshire B&Bs and boutique hotels 
  • options range from small independent hotels in Yorkshire to family-run guest houses, where you will be looked after by the owner 
  • in all cases, you will have a comfy bed, breakfast will be prepared for you, and you will be given help and advice on travel and local visitor attractions 
  • this is an affordable and often more characterful alternative to staying in a larger hotel in Yorkshire

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Yorkshire Visitor information


An Introduction to Yorkshire

Yorkshire is a historic county and also the largest county in England, known for being the battlefield for the Wars of the Roses. It has retained a rural beauty and has been inhabited since 8000BC, providing a wealth of military and cultural heritage. It is home to the Yorkshire Dales and miles of coastline.

Things to do in Yorkshire

Yorkshire is full of historical significance and architecture and is home to York Castle Museum, The Royal Armouries Museum, Richmond Castle, Harewood House, Castle Howard, Scarborough Castle and Ripley Castle. Hull is home to The Deep, an aquarium with over 3,500 fish.

Getting to Yorkshire

 By Rail

High speed trains from London to the cities of York, Leeds, Sheffield, Doncaster and Hull can take as little as 100 minutes. The region has train stations in all of the main cities and towns.

By Coach and Bus

National Express coaches operate regular direct services from London to the cities of York, Leeds, Sheffield, Doncaster and Hull. The Yorkshire Coastliner bus serves the region.

By Car

The M1 is the main motorway link to Yorkshire with the M62 which takes you right into the heart of Yorkshire. The A1 is also a direct link.

By Air

The nearest airport is Leeds Bradford International Airport, with Birmingham International Airport a little further.


Yorkshire History


The region was first occupied after the retreat of the ice age around 8000 BC. During the first millennium AD it was occupied by Romans, Angles and Vikings.

In 1066, after the death of King Edward the Confessor, Yorkshire became the stage for two major battles that would help decide who would succeed to the throne one of which was Stamford Bridge. Following the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, Yorkshire was subject to the punitive harrying of the North, which caused great hardship. 

When conflict arose between the two Dukes during the Wars of the Roses much of the fighting took place in Yorkshire, where their estates were interlocked and woven together. The area proved to be notable for uprisings and rebellions through to the Tudor period. The Yorkshire rebellion of1489 occurred during the reign of Henry VII.  

During the industrial revolution the West Riding became the second most important manufacturing area in the United Kingdom. 

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Universities in Yorkshire

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