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Woodland Walks: Spot the family of wild deer living in our oak woodlands

Burton Grange bed and breakfast is set amongst 230 acres of farmland and as such there is a wealth of wildlife to be seen. Guests can make the most of this by walking on a number of tracks and trails around the farm. You may even get a glimpse of our returning family of wild deer, which live for part of the year in one of our many small oak woodlands.  

Fountains Abbey 

World Heritage Site, set in 800 acres of beautiful countryside, offers an unparalleled opportunity to appreciate the range of England's heritage. Discover the magnificent 12th-century abbey ruins. Amble through the beautiful landscaped Georgian water garden of Studley Royal, complete with Neo-classical statues, follies and breathtaking views. Complete a great day out for all the family by exploring the medieval Deer Park. A sight not to be missed, just 12 miles from Burton Grange bed & breakfast.

Newby Hall & Gardens

Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, with some of Britain’s finest Robert Adam interiors Newby Hall is home to a wonderful collection of Chippendale furniture, Gobelins tapestries and classical statuary. With 25 acres of award winning gardens including one of Europe’s largest double herbaceous borders, an enchanting woodland walk and a miniature railway, younger visitors will also enjoy the exciting adventure gardens. Only 6 miles from Burton Grange bed & breakfast, Newby Hall make a wonderful summer day trip for all the family. 

City of York

Renowned for its exquisite architecture, tangle of quaint cobbled streets, iconic York Minster and wealth of visitor attractions, York is a flourishing city. The city is home to the Jorvic Viking Centre, York Dungeons, Cliffords Tower, Yorkshire Museum and Richard III museum, as well as a plenty of restaurants, bars and traditional pubs. Delve into the city's vibrant café culture, take time out to enjoy some of the country's most talented street entertainers or simply watch the world go by while sipping a drink by the river.

The White Horse at Sutton Bank

When staying at Burton Grange bed and breakfast you'll notice that in the distance you can spot a white horse cut into the side of a hill. This 67m high figure is 16 miles away on Sutton Bank, the gateway to the North Yorks Moors National Park. As well as being a sight to behold there are wonderful walks in the surrounding woodlands, making this landmark well worth a visit.    


Knaresborough is full of surprises, a warren of medieval streets and stone staircases that weave their way up and down the hill.  The town centre is perched on the cliffs above the River Nidd and the imposing railway viaduct across the Nidd Gorge offers an amazing view to visitors as they arrive by train


The River Swale runs through Burton Grange farm and guests are welcome to while away the hours enjoying the superb fishing. The river is within walking distance of the accommodation and is also accessible by 4WD vehicles. The Swale is home to large numbers of Barbel and Chub. An average sized fish for these rivers is 4lb-5lb with a specimen being anything above 7lb, however a 16-pounder has been banked several times from the Swale, a truly massive fish that hints at the potential of the river. 





  • The Devil's Arrows at Boroughbridge

  • Roman Ruins at Aldborough

  • Rievaulx, Jervaulx & Byland Abbeys

  • Castle Howard  

  • Beningborough Hall & Gardens

  • Harrogate Spa Town & Knaresborough

  • Ripon Cathedral


Also, not to be missed...




Family Fun      

  • Lightwater Valley theme park

  • The Forbidden Corner at Coverdale

  • Brimham Rocks

  • Stump Cross Caverns

  • Go Ape! Treetop adventures

  • World of James Herriot at Thirsk

  • Mother Shipton's Cave at Knaresborough



Music & Events      ​

  • Ripley Live, Ripley

  • York / Ripon / Thirsk races

  • Limetree Festival

  • Great Yorkshire Show

  • Harrogate Flower Show

  • Aldborough Show

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