Cottages with hot tubs in Thirsk will bring you to a stunning part of the UK and there is nothing better than relaxing in hot bubbles at the end of the day under a starlit sky. With the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors on your doorstep there’s a lot to see and do.
This traditional market town was once home to the very well-known and admired vet James Herriot and you can pay the wonderful World of James Herriot a visit. This is an award winning attraction for all ages giving an insight into a busy country practice just as it was in the successful TV series All Creatures Great and Small.
Another of Thirsk's claims to fame is being the home of the founder of Lord's Cricket Ground, Thomas Lord, and the Thirsk museum is now situated in the house in Kirkgate, where he was born and well worth a visit. Thirsk racecourse is another famous attraction on the west side of town and has a busy programme of flat racing in summer. Another nearby attraction is the Birds of Prey Centre, six miles away at Kirkby Wiske, where you can see eagles, buzzards, hawks, owls and vultures. There are 3 flying displays each day, with different birds each time. As long as the weather behaves.
Thirsk’s town centre is the very essence of a rural Yorkshire town and its medieval cobbled market square with original shop fronts and historic coaching inns have an enduring charm, just like a cup of traditional Yorkshire tea which eagerly awaits you.
Outdoor lovers can head for the Dales and Moors the town sits amidst and set off over rolling hills and characteristic limestone valleys to discover historic castles, ruined abbeys and pretty towns and villages. With activities like horse riding and trekking, quad biking, clay shooting and off road driving there is something to suit everyone.
This is a great base and hot tub breaks in Thirsk go very quickly so make sure you book yours today.