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Tykes Steak Wednesdays

Steak Wednesdays at Tykes

Book a table in Tykes on a Wednesday and enjoy 2 Yorkshire 8oz steaks, cooked to your liking served with hand cut Tykes chips, tomato and mushroom for £40

Two 8oz Flat Iron steaks £40
or £55 with a bottle of wine

Two 10oz Sirloin Steaks £50 
or £65 with a bottle of wine

Wine Choices
White -Naonis Pinot Grigio
Red – Santiago Merlot
Rose – Naonis Pinot blush



York Racecourse DANTE FESTIVAL 15th – 17th May ’24

Experience the excitement and adrenaline of a day out at the races! York Racecourse is the third biggest racecourse in Britain in terms of total prize money offered, and second behind Ascot in prize money offered per meeting.


York is a city with a dark past, its history is rife with tales of guts, gore, torture and ghosts. The International Ghost Research Foundation once even declared York as the most haunted city in Europe due to its bloodstained history and over 500 hauntings within the ancient city walls.

Founded by Romans in 71AD the city’s violent and volatile history – including Viking invasions, the Norman Conquest and the Civil War – makes its sinister legacy easy to understand. Sometimes it seems as though a ghostly figure with a score to settle is in residence in just about every street or ginnel.

Events at Sandburn Hall

Throughout the year we host a number of events at Sandburn Hall, have a look and see if any are on during your visit.

Alpaca Walking Experience

Get your cowboy hats & boots at the ready and head down to Goodness Farm to visit the sheriffs for the unique alpaca experience.
It’s the ultimate experience for any animal lover of any age.

Meet the Sheriffs and take them on a gentle stroll around the woodland area, whilst having the opportunity to learn lots of fascinating facts about these interesting animals. Just a few miles up the road from our lodges!

Events in Malton

Malton Arts & Crafts Market

Sat 27th April ’24  9am – 3pm

Malton Monthly Food Market

Sat 11th May ’24   9am – 3pm

Malton Food Lovers Festival

Sat 25th May ’24  9am – 6pm

Malton Food Lovers Festival

Sun 26th May ’24  10am – 5pm

Malton Food Lovers Festival

Mon 27th May ’24  10am – 5pm

Malton Monthly Food Market

Sat 8th June ’24  9am – 3pm

Castle Howard

Enjoy a fantastic day out at Castle Howard!

Let off steam with your little ones in the Skelf Island Adventure Playground, get creative with crafty workshops, or try your hand at something new with archery and tomahawk throwing.

Immerse yourself in sweeping parkland dotted with lakes, temples and statues; a formal walled garden and an impressive woodland housing a rare botanical collection, there are endless opportunity to explore! Plus, enjoy Skelf Island, our award winning adventure playground hidden across the Great Lake. Any visit can be topped off with a treat from one of our of cafes, serving the best food and drink from the region, as well as shops, including garden centre and farm shop.

Castle Howard sits in 1,000 acres of beautiful parkland in the Howardian Hills – a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just outside York.

Enjoy a day out at Castle Howard, one of the UK’s finest stately homes and discover a place like no other!

Scampston Hall

Scampston Hall & Walled Garden, Malton, North Yorkshire

Revel in the tranquillity of the award-winning contemporary Walled Garden at Scampston, designed by renowned Dutch plantsman Piet Oudolf.

Journey through the arresting perennial meadow, discover the contemporary waves of grass and enjoy the calm of the contemplative ‘silent garden’.

Within the Walled Garden you’ll also find our welcoming café serving delectable lunches and cream teas.

The traditional Hall gardens and ‘Capability’ Brown parkland provide beautiful walks and scenic views out to the rising Wolds and include the stunning Palladian Bridge, a restored icehouse and the lakes brimming with wildlife.

A nature trail is also available for children – collect your explorer pack to discover the secrets of Scampston’s woodland. Scampston Hall is open for guided tours in the early summer.

Steam Railway

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) is a heritage railway in North Yorkshire that runs through the North Yorks Moors National Park. First opened in 1836 as the Whitby and Pickering Railway, the railway was planned in 1831 by George Stephenson as a means of opening up trade routes inland from the then important seaport of Whitby. The line between Grosmont and Rillington was closed in 1965 and the section between Grosmont and Pickering was reopened in 1973 by the North York Moors Historical Railway Trust Ltd. The preserved line is now a tourist attraction and has been awarded several industry accolades.

DIESEL GALA at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway 14th, 15th & 16th June ’24

Prepare for an extraordinary journey through time.
A 3 day event, where enthusiasts and families alike can revel in the captivating world of heritage diesel locomotives amidst the stunning landscapes of the North York Moors National Park.
Hop aboard one of the heritage trains at Pickering, also known as the ‘Gateway to the Moors’. Only a 20 minute drive from our lodges.

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