A holiday rental home in Yorkshire Moors and Coast gives you a comfortable home base from whence you can plan your adventures and relax after a day spent exploring.
There are many ways to keep busy whilst on holiday to Yorkshire Moors and Coast. A visit to one of the nearby beaches provides opportunities for outdoor fun including swimming, surfing, sunning and some water sports.
There are many places for wonderful fishing and boating nearby as well. There are several spots that make a great hike and there is beautiful scenery all around. Historical buildings, museums and fine dining and shopping are also within reach during a holiday to Yorkshire Moors and Coast.
Whilst there is plenty to do in the out of doors, sometimes the cold or rain may call for the need of indoor activities, and there are plenty of those as well. The Scarborough Sea Life & Marine Sanctuary gives visitors a chance to see a variety of marine animals including seals, sharks and many more. The mission of this organization is to rescue animals and teach the public about what they can do to protect the environment in which these creatures live.
The Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum is built on what was once a POW camp. Today, the museum teaches visitors what everyday life was like during World War II. For those who want a glimpse at everyday life a bit further back in time, there is the JORVIK Viking Centre. Here visitors learn all about the life of the Vikings who once lived there. There are many artefacts left by the Vikings that were discovered on the very spot on which the museum sits. Nearby Hemsley Castle offers exhibits about the history of this castle that was built in the 12th century. Explore the castle and grounds as you learn about all that has taken place here.
Whilst not being able to escape the English rain completely, travellers to Yorkshire Moor and Coast will find less precipitation than is common in other parts of the country. August brings the most rain with close to 70 mm. The rest of the year brings an average of about 50 to 55 mm per month. The temperatures are quite mild, both in summer and winter. The summer average is about 15°C degrees. The coldest months of the year, December through February average about 3°C degrees.
The closest airport to Yorkshire Moors and Coast is Durham Tees Valley (MME), which is about 20 km away. For bargain airfares, travellers can also try NewcastleAirport (NCL), which is 88 km, but it better serviced.