Hutton le Hole has much to offer. We have the very popular Rydale Folk Museum on our doorstep, craft shops, galleries and our very own chocolate factory! The village pub 'The Crown' provides a warm welcome, real ales and a menu of hearty home cooked food. Check out our Facebook page for the latest 'What's On' information.

 

We are superbly situated for exploring North Yorkshire, including the nearby towns of Pickering, Kirbymoorside, Helmsley and the historic Viking City of York. Coastal towns of Whitby, Scarborough and Filey are all within easy reach. Castle Howard, Rievaulx Abbey, Goathland (famous for Heartbeat), and the North Yorkshire Moors Railway are all favourite attractions amongst our visitors.

 

Some of your favourites!

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Castle Howard
One of Britain's finest stately homes and gardens. Filming location for 'Brideshead Revisited'. 

York
Famous Viking City, York Minster, Roman walls, river cruises, National Railway Museum, shopping and restaurants.

Helmsley
Picturesque market town, Helmsley Castle and walled garden. Friday market.

Dalby Forrest
Go Ape, cycle tracks, play areas, forest walks, visitor centre.

Pickering
Small market town, castle, shopping, North York Moors Railway.

Scarborough
Traditional Yorkshire seaside town, beaches, donkey rides, amusements and shopping.

Flamingoland
Family theme park and zoo. Approximately 15 minute drive.

Kirbymoorside
The nearest small town to Hutton le Hole, approximately 10 miles away. Saturday market.

Whitby
One of the most picturesque ports in England. The churchyard at Whitby Abbey inspired Bram Stoker to write his classic novel - Dracula. Fish & chips.

Goathland
Picturesque village deep in the North York Moors, surrounded by beautiful scenery. The village was the setting for the popular TV series 'Heartbeat'.

 

 

Moorland Cottages, Hutton le Hole, York, North Yorkshire, YO62 6UA

 


From Thirsk 

Leave Thirsk on the A170 sign posted Helmsley/Scarborough.

From Helmsley follow the A170 towards Scarborough, Pickering and Kirkbymoorside. 

After Kirkbymoorside roundabout (approximately 1 mile) take a left hand turn signposted Keldholme, Castleton, Hutton le Hole, Ryedale Folk Museum.

Follow this road for approximately 2.5 miles entering the village of Hutton le Hole.  Moorland Cottages are situated at the far end of the village on the right hand side just beyond the museum and The Crown pub on a small stoned track.


From Scarborough

Follow the A170 from Scarborough.  Pass through the market town of Pickering and continue along the A170 for approximately 7 miles.

Before Kirkbymoorside take a right hand turn signposted, Keldholme, Castleton, Hutton le Hole, Ryedale Folk Museum.

Follow this road for approximately 2..5 miles entering the village of Hutton le Hole. 

Moorland Cottages are situated at the far end of the village on the right hand side just beyond the museum and The Crown pub on a small stoned track.


From York

 

Follow the A64 from York towards Malton.

Exit the A64 on to the A169 (signposted Whitby and Pickering).

Follow the A169 entering Pickering at the roundabout.  Take the first exit left signposted Thirsk. 

Follow the A170 for approximately 7 miles. 

Before Kirkbymoorside take a right hand turn signposted Keldholme, Castleton, Hutton le Hole, Ryedale Folk Museum.

Follow this road for approximately 2.5 miles entering the village of Hutton le Hole. 

Moorland Cottages are situated at the far end of the village on the right hand side just beyond the museum and The Crown pub on a small stoned track.