Yorkshire and The Humber
Locals call England's largest county - and a region in its own right - God’s Country, and when you visit The Yorkshire Dales, The North York Moors, and The Calder Valley you’ll soon understand why. It’s jaw-droppingly beautiful. A dramatic coastline, purple-heather-covered moorland that stretches for miles, rolling dales intercepted by rivers and streams and rocky outcrops - the scenery is nothing short of, well, Godly. And there are dozens of picture-perfect little villages to explore. Famous ones include Kettlewell, Hebden Bridge, Haworth, Richmond, Hemsley, and Hawes.
Yorkshire’s towns and cities include the historic city of York flanked in Viking history and surrounded by medieval walls. The unofficial capital of Yorkshire - Leeds - a flash and flamboyant city bursting with life and cultural energy. Picture-perfect Harrogate, home to the world-famous Bettys Tea Rooms, and the quaint and super cute coastal town of Whitby, which is shrouded in ancient myth and legends of Dracula.
Bradford, Hull, and Sheffield offer an eclectic mix of culture and fantastic foodie scenes.
With the most Michelin star restaurants outside of London and two UNESCO world heritage sites, a plethora of TV and film locations, stately homes and castles, and a shed load of shopping, dining, entertainment, and outdoor activities to choose from, there’s a million memories to be made in Yorkshire.