Hotels in Easingwold

Travelodge York Central Layerthorpe
York Central Layerthorpe
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Travelodge York Central Micklegate
York Central Micklegate
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Travelodge York Central
York Central
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Travelodge York Hull Road
York Hull Road
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Travelodge York Tadcaster
York Tadcaster
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Travelodge Harrogate West Park
Harrogate West Park
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Travelodge Harrogate
Harrogate
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Travelodge Leeds Colton
Leeds Colton
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Travelodge Leeds Bradford Airport
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Travelodge Leeds Central Vicar Lane
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Explore the North Yorkshire moors from Easingwold

Nestled in the Hambleton Hills in North Yorkshire, Easingwold is a pretty Georgian town with plenty of charm. It's sometimes referred to as the gateway to the Yorkshire Moors National Park.

There's plenty of ways to explore the Yorkshire countryside from Easingwold, you can take one of the many footpaths or bridleways out into the Hambleton Hills, or hire a bike for a cycle along the country lanes.

Foodie delights in Easingwold

Crayke Village, a few minutes from Easingwold, is home to an AA 'Pub of the Year', Yorkshire Life magazine's 'Dining Pub of the Year' and one of the best tea rooms in the county too.

Crabmill Lane and Chapel Street boast first-class delicatessans, while Betty's Tea Room - the most famous in the country - is just a hop on the Park 'n' Ride bus away. One thing's for sure - you'll never go hungry while you're here in Easingwold.

Get the Park 'n' Ride to York

Explore the historic city of York from Poppleton Bar Park 'n' Ride, just 18 minutes from Easingwold. The city is best known for its rich Viking past, so be sure to visit the interactive Jorvik Museum while you're there.

While you're in the city, sample the finest chocolate on the York Chocolate Story tour, visit the quirky shops in The Shambles, and admire the stunning architecture of Gothic York Minster.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Easingwold? Travelodge York Central Layerthorpe Hotel is perfect for exploring the city's shops and museums, while Travelodge Harrogate Hotel, further west, sits at the edge of the Yorkshire Dales.