Self-catering holiday accommodation in Hutton-Le-Hole
The stunning conservation village of Hutton-Le-Hole which sits in an idyllic valley in the North York Moors National Park is famous for being one of Yorkshire's prettiest and most popular villages - it looks like it's been lifted straight from the cover of a chocolate box. This beautiful moorland village is one of the finest examples of its kind in the area. Divided by the clear moorland waters of Hutton Beck, enchanting period cottages sit peacefully on either side connected by a series of charming bridges. The village boasts a fantastic gastropub, several cafes, a gift shop and the excellent Ryedale Folk Museum, so it's the perfect location for a family-friendly holiday.
From our luxury holiday cottages in Hutton-Le-Hole, you are surrounded by walks on every side. We recommend the scenic circular route to nearby Lastingham, stopping at the Blacksmiths Arms for lunch on the way. This attractive village is of considerable religious significance and hides a wonderfully preserved 11th century crypt deep in the bowels of its church.