Kirkbymoorside in North Yorkshire is an attractive and historic market town between Helmsley and Pickering. It’s location on the fringes of the North York Moors National Park make it a good choice for a self-catering holiday exploring the North Yorkshire countryside or for scenic walks on the moors. Kirkbymoorside is very much an agricultural town. It has a fine choice of local shops, restaurants, tea rooms and pubs, the latter doing a roaring trade on Wednesday when. Farmers head in from the countryside with their stock for the weekly market.
Based on a quiet, traditional hill farm in Farndale near Kirkby-Moorside, The Arches is a stone-built barn conversion, offering luxury holidays in the North York Moors. Meticulously restored to modern living standards, the semi-detached cottage is ideal for families of all age ranges. Pets welcome.
- Harwood Dale
- Robin Hood's Bay
- Thornton Rust
- West Burton
As well as being a base for walking holidays or cycling holidays in the North York Moors countryside, there’s plenty to see and do within the wider region. Steam railway buffs will enjoy a day out on the North York Moors Steam Railway, while places such as Castle Howard, York and even Whitby on the Yorkshire Coast are all within leisurely day-trip reach of Kirkbymoorside holiday cottages.