North Yorkshire is a diverse holiday destination, welcoming all different kinds of tourist. From the fascinating historical attractions of old York to the incredible country vistas of the Moors and Dales, there's plenty to see and do. The attractions of North Yorkshire are of a high enough calibre to match any in the country, as are the county's hotels. Among the finest places to stay in the county are the several Best Western hotels, which promise a high standard of comfort and some impressive facilities.
Explore Historic York
The historic city of York is among the most beautiful and fascinating in the United Kingdom. The walled city features elements dating back to Roman times, but boasts all the conveniences and luxuries of modern England. Expect boutique shops, trendy bars and exquisite restaurants to line the pretty cobbled streets.
The Best Western Plus Dean Court Hotel plants guests in the centre of the city, just metres from the famous York Minster and the River Ouse. The hotel's highlight is its impressive range of business facilities, to include some generous conference space and a high-speed WiFi network.
Check Out the Yorkshire Coast
With so much attention being given to the numerous inland National Parks and rural beauty of North Yorkshire, it's easy for first-time visitors to overlook the county's glorious coastline.
The Best Western Grand Hotel Hartlepool sits just minutes from the North Sea. All the town's major attractions are within walking distance and there's room service available 24 hours a day.
Whether you're heading to the north-east to relax in a spa hotel or to explore the National Parks on foot, the rural heart has to be seen. Not only are they beautiful, the National Parks are also home to some of the finest hotels in North Yorkshire.
The Best Western Forest and Vale Hotel sits in the south of the North York Moors National Park. Housed in a gorgeous, traditional Georgian property, the hotel is utterly charming. Guests enjoy a pretty garden, excellent restaurant and even a handful of meeting rooms. As you'd expect, there's plenty of walking in the local area.