Hutton-le-Hole is located close to many attractive features of the North York Moors National Park. Not only is the village very picturesque, but it has a “feel” to it which is so relaxing. You could say that it is a sleepy village, yet the people who live in it are very friendly and welcoming, and there is so much to see and do that you won’t have much time to fall asleep.
Walkers come to Hutton-le-Hole to enjoy the very large number
of tracks that exist for the walkers’ enjoyment. Holiday-makers
find the village not only hugely attractive, but so relaxing, that
Hutton-le-Hole’s popularity is easy to understand.
There is also a great Village Pub for evening meals plus a range of craft shops to explore. Shown below are just a few examples
of places to visit nearby, if you have any questions about the
local area please just ask us.
Visit the Hutton-le-Hole village website for more information.
The Barn Guest House & Tea Rooms are proud to have signed
up to the North York Moors Activity Friendly initiative. Walking and cycling is a great way to explore the National Park.
For further information and advice about a range of activities
you can enjoy in the North York Moors including downloadable walks and cycling routes please click the logos above.
There’s lots to see and do at Ryedale Folk Museum. You can take a step back in time as you wander in and out of our historic buildings, and find out about life in the past. For most of the year we have animals such as rare breed pigs, sheep and chickens.
The Yorkshire’s Magnificent Journey project has commenced thanks to a £4.4m grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The £10m project has also received £1.75 million from the Rural Payments Agency (RPA), as well as contributions from local organisations and private donors. With a combination of donations and grants, the railway has raised 90% of the funds to deliver the project. However, we still need to raise an additional £1 million by 2022 to be able to complete the project.
Generations of the Howard family have welcomed visitors to Castle Howard, one of the great palaces of Europe, for over 300 years and today we extend this warm welcome to you.
Experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on the Home Front and the Front Line, all set in the buildings and grounds of an original World War 2 Prisoner of War Camp.
lacial valleys to the south create a unique ‘rigg and dale’ landscape, while the north of the forest sits on an upland plateau. The landscape offers a variety of different trails – whether you are looking for a gentle stroll, challenging bike ride or active run – all amid breath taking scenery.
Flamingo Land is full of fantastic photo opportunities for all the family. A meet and greet with our park mascots Mia & Milo or CBeebies TV favourites Peter Rabbit & Lily Bobtail is not to be missed so don’t forget your camera!
The World of James Herriot takes Covid-19 very seriously and we have taken measures to control our visitor numbers.
We have installed a one-way system with 2m distancing and we have installed hand sanitizers throughout the attraction. Rest assured we have taken every precaution to safeguard you and our staff during your visit, and suggest for your own added safety and for the safety others you bring your own mask. You will be assured of a warm and safe welcome from all our caring staff.