The peace and tranquillity of Lastingham, a small North Yorkshire village in the foothills of the North York Moors make it a popular destination for those looking for a quiet self-catering holiday in a charming rural location. Enjoy a drink in The Blacksmiths Arms, Lastingham’s character olde worlde pub. Attend a service at, or explore the historic Crypt Church of St. Mary. It’s a great base for walking holidays exploring the North York Moors, while others may appreciate the rural views travelling at a sedate pace by steam on the nearby North York Railway.
The Hayloft successfully combines old-world charm with vibrant colours in a charming stone-built detached conversion in the village of Lastingham. The 18th-century romantic cottage boasts a stylish open-plan living area with character and an open fire and is well situated in the North York Moors.
The delightful village of Lastingham houses this 18th-century stone-built cottage for couples with an authentic exterior and high-quality interior. The romantic cottage features delightful decor plus patio area within easy reach of The North York Moors National Park or the coast at Whitby.
- Harwood Dale
- Robin Hood's Bay
- Thornton Rust
- West Burton
Other attractions within easy reach of Lastingham that will appeal to holiday visitors include Castle Howard, one of England’s most impressive stately homes or, at the other end of the spectrum, Eden Camp, a preserved and much-restored World War II Prisoner of War Camp. Overriding all this however, are the walks that can be enjoyed across the Moors or along the coast, perhaps discovering one of the many castles, churches and other stately homes reachable from a holiday cottage in Lastingham.