Stay in Sancton
- North Star Club
A truly top-notch glamping experience within walking distance of The Star @ Sancton is an ideal choice for anyone wanting a unique alternative to a hotel for a weekend break or longer stay. The North Star Club's luxury lodges are set in secluded mature woodlands. Available from July 3rd, 2015Sunley Hill, Welburn, Nunnington, York, YO62 5XG (administration only)
- Orchard Lodge (B & B)
Orchard Lodge offers that bit more than the standard B&B, coming complete with an in-hose beauty salon, hot tub and gym. Free Wifi access is also available.King Street, Sancton,East Yorkshire, YO43 4QP
Stay near Sancton
- Burton Mount Country House (B & B)
A five star venue of choice for those wanting to relax and enjoy the high levels of service and hospitality offered with a reputation on excellence.Malton Road, Cherry Burton,Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 7RA
- Cave Castle
A beautiful Victorian manor house sympathetically refurbished and extended to offer both traditional and contemporary accommodation. A spa and golf course are both on-siteChurch Hill, South Cave, Brough, East Yorkshire, HU15 2EU
- Estate Escapes
Two beautifully restored award winning five star self-catering cottages with stunning views across traditional parkland71 & 73 Main Street, Hotham, York, YO43 4UA
- High Belthorpe (B&B)
A lovely, traditional Victorian farmhouse set in very quiet, rural surroundings, located at the end of a no through road, at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds. Livery available.High Belthorpe Farm, Thorny lane, Bishop Burton, York, YO42 1SD
- Robeanne Guest House
Friendly, informal and comfortable guest house with accommodation both in the main building and in log cabins in the extensive grounds. Dog friendly.Towthorpe Lane, Shiptonthorpe, York, YO43 3PW
- Rudstone Walk (B & B)
Set in 80 acres on the edge of the wolds. Rudstone strikes a lovely balance of traditional English B&B with the polish and professional service of a more exclusive establishment.Rudstone Walk, South Cave, Brough, East Yorkshire, HU15 2AH
The southern wolds is a charming area to explore, full of surprises once you leave the main roads behind. For tranquility, how about a walk along the track-bed of a long abandoned railway
Market Weighton, famed as the home of Giant Bradley who reached 7’ 9” tall and died in 1820 is close by . Pocklington, a thriving market town with the magnificent Burnby Hall gardens and the school, founded in 1514, where William Wilberforce was educated is but a short drive away.
Or, travel East to Beverley where the 13th century Minster is the crowning glory of a great market down voted one of the most liveable places in Britain and well worth a visit as is the famed Saturday market..
How about a visit to the banks of the Humber estuary for views of the elegant bridge that spans the river? Or, park up and walk across the bridge.
A little further afield are the historic cities of York and Hull with a range of historic and state-of-th-art attractions to satisfy the inquisitive for a day or more. York's crowning glory, the majaestic Minster is second to done as is Hull's acquarium, The Deep
But, leave time to explore the rolling wolds with dry valleys and picturesque villages. The wolds provide a wonderful backcloth for walkers and cyclists with long distance trails and shorter off-road routes available. There again, if he sea takes your fancy, the East Coast is less than an hour away.
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