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Bringing you news, announcements and events from High Oaks Grange and around and about on the North York Moors and Pickering.

With guest blogs coming from attractions in the area, members of staff and you - our visitors.

Make the most of the summer holidays by exploring the North York Moors national park. August sees our iconic native heather plants in full bloom, and there are miles and miles of fabulous beaches to explore. You might also spot some pretty spectacular wildlife, so read on to find out more about August in the North York Moors...

Food, glorious food! Until Monday 31st August, diners are able to get money off their food bill at cafes, pubs and restaurants, thanks to the government's 'Eat Out to Help Out'' scheme.

It's hoped that it will provide a boost to the struggling hospitality industry, so we've rounded up all the eateries around High Oaks Grange, near Pickering in the North York Moors, who are participating! 

We have some truly amazing news! We are thrilled to announce that High Oaks Grange has been nominated for not one, not two, but THREE White Rose Awards!

The White Rose Awards are organised by Welcome To Yorkshire, and is the largest tourism awards ceremony in the UK. It's an opportunity for Yorkshire to showcase the best and brightest it has to offer, and we couldn't be prouder to have been selected as finalists for three of the award categories in 2020.

We are very lucky to be based in the beautiful North York Moors, and we hope that all of our guests take full advantage of the miles of pristine Yorkshire countryside and coast quite literally on our doorstep.

Alongside this, we ask all our guests to adhere to the Countryside Code, and to respect, protect and enjoy their surroundings. The Countryside Code applies to all parts of the country and gives advice on how you can enjoy your visit to the countryside whilst acting responsibly. Most of it is just good common sense, and sticking to the rules will help you make the most of your time at High Oaks Grange.

If you’re looking for a short walk by the seaside, with plenty of sights to entertain the kids, then read on to discover more about the pleasant walking route between Boggle Hole and Robin Hood’s Bay.

This route is about 1 mile long, following a section of the Cleveland Way National Trail, and there are wonderful views of the North York Moors coast from the elevated path.

Say hello to Cropton Cottage! Cropton is the first of three self-catering cottages in our converted barn, and we think it’s pretty special. With its stylish interiors and peaceful location on our private estate in the North York Moors national park, Cropton Cottage is a wonderful place to enjoy a Yorkshire staycation.

It sleeps up to four guests, making it ideal for family holidays, or simply groups seeking the height of luxury! Read on to find out more about this fabulous 5* property...

If you're looking for some family-friendly inspiration for your Yorkshire staycation, we've got it by the bucket load at High Oaks Grange! We are very fortunate to be based in such a fabulous location, with the North York Moors quite literally on our doorstep, and there are many family-friendly attractions and activities to explore nearby.

So, we've compiled a list of our top 5 recommendations for days out with kids (and big kids!) in this exciting part of Yorkshire.

With summer now well and truly underway, the North York Moors are alive with a cacophony of colour and vibrant life. Take advantage of the long, sunny days ahead, and go explore the wonderful natural world around you.

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