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Tour de Yorkshire

Accommodation near the Tour de Yorkshire 2016 Route & 2017 Event Date

Experience the challenge for yourself and find accommodation close to Stage 1, 2 and 3 of the Tour de Yorkshire 2016 route. Well over 1 million spectators viewed the race this year, and next year in 2017, Hull's City of Culture year, the event promises to be even bigger and better.

The date of next year's event has already been set for SUNDAY 30th APRIL 2017 (secure your discounted entry before the host Yorkshire towns and finalised route is announced - see the link below).

Browse B&Bs, cottages, pubs with rooms and hotel accommodation along or close to 2016's route. Great Yorkshire coast and country places to stay include race starting point, the market town of Beverley, Dales village gem Grassington, horse racing centre Doncaster, picturesque North York Moors villages and coastal classics Whitby and Scarborough

Magnificent Beverley Minster

Magnificent Beverley Minster

Stage 1, Beverley to Settle (185km)

The start of Britain’s most famous annual cycling challenge began in Beverley with its mighty minster and popular racecourse. You’re in one of Yorkshire’s great festival market towns in Beverley which is packed with fine inns, stylish bars and restaurants. The route pushed on south of York through the Selby and Riccall area – York and south of the city are ‘open for business’.

Southern Dales village Grassington has fond memories of Le Tour which passed this way, and in 2016 the Tour de Yorkshire route passed through this Yorkshire Dales gem with its pretty cobbled market place, quirky gift shops, fine old inns and cafes.

The Stage 1 route also passed Pateley Bridge in the heart of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a great spot for a ‘get active’ short break including taking in the Tour de Yorkshire cycle route. First day's finishing point was market town Settle which hosts one of Yorkshire's most famous markets.

Horse racing centre Doncaster

Horse racing centre Doncaster

Stage 2 – Otley to Doncaster (135.5km)

Stage 2 began in the market town of Otley in Wharfedale just north of Leeds and continued past one of ‘Capability Brown’s’ great landscape treasures – Harewood House.

Stay in one of the UK’s iconic horse racing centres along Stage 2 – Doncaster - with an award-winning racecourse hosting the celebrated Ladbrokes St Leger Festival annually in early September. The route pushed further south towards castle stronghold Conisbrough. The magnificent medieval ruins of Conisborough Castle inspired Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe!

Stage 3 – Middlesbrough to Scarborough (198km)

Sunday’s Stage 3 route pushed into spectacular Yorkshire moorland, Captain Cook Country around Middlesbrough and the rolling hills of Herriot Country around Thirsk famously associated with the fictional vet James Herriot.

Race finishing point - Scarborough on the Yorkshire Coast

Race finishing point - Scarborough on the Yorkshire Coast

Stage 3 began in Middlesbrough, a city with a rich heritage, and today a centre for contemporary art with great city markets, a legendary football club and its big claim to fame as the birthplace of Captain Cook. Locations along the route like Great Ayton feature in Yorkshire's Captain Cook trail.

Other top Stage 3 locations near or along the route included the market town of Northallerton and coastal village Robin Hood’s Bay near Whitby with some fantastic inns and fish and chip shops. Book accommodation early in two of Yorkshire’s most popular seaside locations along the Stage 3 Route – Whitby and Scarborough.

Accommodation in Whitby

  • Whitby   (0.5 miles from the centre of Whitby)
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    Superb family friendly two bedroom waterfront self catering apartment in Whitby. Overlooking the River Esk. Peaceful location, yet just minutes from the Old Town. FREE Wi-Fi
     
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  • Whitby   (0.2 miles from the centre of Whitby)
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    Val & Pete Vardy welcome you to their delightful 4 star Whitby guesthouse, just 150 yards from the seafront. Private parking for weekends and school holidays.
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  • Whitby   (0.2 miles from the centre of Whitby)
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    Registered four star 300 year old beach cottage right on the harbourside, all 3 bedrooms and 1 sitting room window look out to stunning views of the beach /harbour/sea. Free Wifi
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Accommodation in the North York Moors

  • Pickering
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    Cottage in Pickering, offering self-catering accommodation ideal for couples, with special packages for romantic breaks. Off-road parking available.
     
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  • Pickering
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    Victorian town house offering bed and breakfast accommodation in Pickering, retaining many of its original features. Mountain bike holidays available. Ideal for walkers. Wi-Fi.
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  • Goathland
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    Well presented 2 bedroom cottage in Goatland with enclosed garden, country views & Sky/ Freeview TV. Close to local walks & 'Heartbeat' attractions. Short breaks off peak. Sleeps 4
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Accommodation in Scarborough

  • Filey   (4.6 miles from the centre of Scarborough)
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    Luxury range of holiday caravans on the Yorkshire coast ideal for a family break. Indoor pool, restaurant & entertainment. Close to Filey & Scarborough. Dog friendly. Sleep 6 & 8.
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  • Filey   (6.2 miles from the centre of Scarborough)
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    £270
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    Free Bottle of wine for all 2 night breaks
    Spacious self-catering cottages in Filey, ideal for families and welcoming to pets. On-site play area and communal BBQ. Various family attractions and beaches nearby. Sleeps 4.
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  • Scarborough   (0.4 miles from the centre of Scarborough)
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    Family run Scarborough B&B situated just a five minute walk from the beach. All rooms ensuite, free wifi & Freeview TV. Family rooms & ground floor room available.
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