If you take a look at a map of England; Yorkshire is often hard to miss since it’s the largest county in the U.K. Though its size is impressive, what many adventurers are aware of is one of the greatest hidden gems waiting to be discovered.
We aren’t talking about Yorkshire puddings (though they are delicious) but the fact that there castles that you can actually stay in.
Let’s have a look at three of the most magnificent places you can visit in Yorkshire.
A countryside chapel castle combination
Once a Methodist chapel, this historic building (that looks a lot like a Disney castle) is now available on Airbnb for anyone who enjoys being out in the country or experience a side to Yorkshire you can’t find online.
What makes your stay unique here is the home-owners outstanding hospitality that goes beyond any expectations you may have had. You don’t get many people on Airbnb who go out of their way to make you a delicious continental breakfast and give you an exclusive tour of the village (all for free).
There’s the choice of two stunning rooms with a window view that looks out into the garden and hillside and there is lots of bars and restaurants within close proximity too.
What’s more amazing than staying in a grand bedroom inside a castle with 15 acres of ground to explore? How about this properties seemingly unending list of activities you can enjoy too. There’s a tennis court, cinema room, library, bar and free tea and coffee.
This astonishing Airbnb property has 4 poster beds to choose from and some of rooms have antique roll baths and working fireplaces.
The location isn’t exactly remote but with so many things to see and do in the castle, you won’t feel the need to go anywhere else.
An entire castle all for you
The opportunity to hire a fully catered castle seems like a dream but on Airbnb you can. This property is perfect for holding a themed party or special event and there’s enough space for around 16 guests.
Aside from the possibility of playing a really fun game of hide and seek, when you hire this location, breakfast and dinner is included, you even get some traditional Yorkshire tea on arrival.
The castle is located between the Yorkshire dales and the Lake District so you can go for an adventure.