NEW tourist guide to the many market towns of Ryedale and Yorkshire has been created by Welcome to Yorkshire.
The chief executive of the group, Sir Gary Verity, launched the guide during a walk-round of Malton’s independent food shops on Wednesday.
Sir Gary was joined on the tour by TV business expert, Kate Hardcastle, who helped create the guide, Kevin Hollinrake MP, and Tom Naylor-Leyland, director of the Talbot Hotel and Malton Cookery School, who has been working to cement Malton’s reputation as the “foodie capital” of Yorkshire.
Look a new guide to Malton: http://bit.ly/294auI2
York’s story with chocolate goes back many many years and there’s a brand new exhibition which explores the contribution the people of York have made to the cities great chocolate industry.
From the thousands of factory workers who manned the production lines, to the founding fathers, whose inventiveness and dedication created world famous brands still produced in the city. Explore the social history and fascinating stories of the people who made York the UK’s home of chocolate.
Castle Howard is a stunning stately home only 5 miles from Spring Cottage. It’s still home to the Howard family. It sits in the self-named Howardian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The rose garden, the grounds and the fabulous children’s adventure playground are all as equally amazing as the house itself. There’s road train that runs from the entrance passed the house and down to the lake. And for my children, that’s the best bit! You choose!
Roll up the black-out blind, draw back the curtain and this is what you’ll see. Not a bad view to wake up to is it?
And I have a special offer from Monday 20 June – Friday 1 July – £100 off any 7 night or short break taken between those dates (pick you start date).