Bay Tree Lodge’s location is perfect for all your needs.
Interested in local history and culture? The ancient historic city of York offers an abundance of delights for all the family. Castle Howard, Harewood House and Beningbrough Hall all feature world-renowned collections, stunning architecture, fascinating tours and inspiring stories. Alternatively cruise along the river Ouse, meander the quaint cobbled streets of The Shambles or catch a bird’s eye view of the city from the Big Wheel.
Enjoy food and drink? Indulge in some world class food and drink. For an especially memorable dining experience be sure to visit Betty’s tea rooms. Nearer to home the picturesque village of Sutton on the Forest is home to Sutton Park, an Eighteenth Century Stately home which boasts award winning gardens and tea rooms. Sample fine ales and gastronomy at its best at the two local public houses; The Bay Tree inn, Stillington and The Cottage Inn, Haxby – both within 5 miles of Goosewood Holiday Park.
Visiting with children? For the more active youngsters of the family, hours of endless fun can be had at nearby Creepy Crawlies which boasts an indoor play centre and adventure park with the biggest four lane Astra slide in the county!
If the weather is good you can amaze yourself and challenge all the family at Wired – a high rope course with 22 varying activities. If the weather is poor have a whirl of a time at Waterworld on three exciting flume rides, wave pool, lazy river & toddler pool.
Love shopping? For shopaholic heaven visit York Designer Outlet where you can find your favourite labels at discount prices. Park and shop at Monks Cross Shopping Centre,home to mainstream stores such as Marks and Spencer, Debenhams, BHS and much more. Alternatively, feast your eyes on exquisite independent boutiques and gift shops in the heart of the city centre.
Enjoy the coast? A trip out to the Yorkshire coast guarantees fun and excitement, whether it’s exploring the many rock pools at Robin Hood’s Bay, enjoying fun fair attractions at Bridlington or eating fresh muscles and crab at Whitby. Don’t forget your bucket and spade!