Ganton Golf Course

Often ranked in the world’s top 100 Courses, Ganton Golf Club has hosted iconic matches and major championships, such as the Ryder Cup, since 1891. The course is teeming with wildlife, and walking around here offers one of the most authentic golfing experiences in all of England.


This renowned seaside town is just a half an hour north along the Yorkshire coast. Once home to Captain Cook and in the shadow of its own iconic abbey, this historic fishing town offers world-class fish and chips, quaint shops and eateries along its ancient cobbled streets.

Stoupe Brow & Beck

Off the beaten track and sitting atop the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, Stoupe Brow descends through rugged and dramatic terrain to a final 130 steps that will take you down to a long sandy beach nestled in the centre of Robin Hoods Bay, it offers a unique perspective of this iconic coast line.

Troutsdale, Silpho, Hackness & Harwood Dale

A short 15 minute drive into the local forestry, you’ll find Troutsdale, Silpho, Hackness and Harwood Dale, a trio of picture-perfect country villages surrounded by rolling hills and wildlife. The golden hour as they say is the time to drive, cycle or walk around these little known and spectacular landscapes.


This idyllic village is the gateway to the expansive Dalby Forest, the village itself is centred on a triangular green with a range of charming shops, eateries, and an ice cream parlour. A charming Yorkshire village with Wild adventures on its doorstep.

Bempton Cliffs

Bempton Cliffs is home to one of the UK’s top wildlife viewpoints. Around half a million seabirds gather here between March and October to raise a family on towering chalk cliffs which overlook the North Sea. The scale of this cannot be understated.

Grosmont & Goathland

These beautiful high moorland villages provide the perfect walking and hiking routes in the Esk Valley. You may recognise Goathland from the TV series Heartbeat or you could take a ride on the NYMR Steam Train and take in the moorland from Harry Potter’s perspective.


At Derwent House, we’re aware of the harmful impact that products and behaviours can have on the environment, especially in the travel industry. That’s why, where possible, we ensure that all of our cleaning products and toiletries are from brands that share our vision for a greener planet.

In the construction phase of the building, we ensured that insulation and heating controls reduced the need for excess energy usage. Oh, and we don’t use any single-use plastic either.

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