Hutton-le-Hole set within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park is one of North Yorkshire’s most picturesque and popular villages. Only 45 minutes drive from either York or the coast it is ideally situated for either walking, exploring Yorkshire or just taking a relaxing break. You will find the village pub which offers good home cooked food, the Ryedale Folk Museum, teashops, gift shops and craft workshops are all within a short walk.
Nearby Points of Interest
Ryedale Folk Museum (0 mi)
Hutton le Hole is priveleged to have a museum of quite some renown in the academic world. It is an open air, living museum with over twenty buildings situated in about 5 acres of land. There is an Iron Age Roundhouse as well as two Tudor buildings that were taken down stone by stone and transported to the museum from their original locations and re erected on site, as was the Victorian Cottage. Other attractions are a working Blacksmiths and a 1950’s sweet shop that actually sells sweets.
The Chocolate Factory (0 mi)
Literaly a stones throw from Burnley House is a factory that would make Willy Wonka eat his heart out. Producing excelent chocolates is a natural pass time of The Chocolate Factory. Individual chocolates are available to buy as are large shaped creations of every description. We even put complimentary chocolates from the Chocolate Factory in your rooms so you can sample the exquisit creations.
Greenwood Crafts (0 mi)
This very local but expanding business is one of the must see crafts in the village where you can watch either Wendy and Phil making their fabulous creations of glass, ceramics or wood. Being handmade each item is a totally unique piece of art. Commission either of them to make a piece to your own design and you will know it has been made with the intricacy of an artist working only for you. Both Wendy and Phil run classes in their respective disciplines (either one on one or in small groups)
Moorswax Candlemaker (0 mi)
Chris is a specialist artist in wax. His candles are not only functional but a thing of beauty as well. If you ask him nicely he will make you a personalised creation to take home, but because of the meticulous care taken in producing such works of art, it might take a day or two. Talk to him, he knows best what time scales he can work too. The older generation beware!! If you ask for “Four Candles” you may be turned into Ronnie Corbett
Hutton-le-Hole Garden Furniture (0 mi)
Host of the locally renown “Car Boot Sale”. Dates of which can be seen on their web site.
Arches Cookery School (20 mi)
Learn to cook or improve your skills at this fantastic little school. Sarah, your tutor, is a bundle of fun and totally food orientated. She has cooked for many of the rock royalty Elton John, George Michael, Bob Dylan and many others. She still cooks for them and runs the school in between gigs through out the world. If she can teach me, she can teach anybody.
Steamtrains (9 mi)
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is the world’s most popular heritage railway and celebrates its 40th Anniversary in 2013 with new events and fundraising activities. If that wasn’t enough the North Yorkshire Moors Railway will be running trains between Whitby and Pickering 7 days a week between 23rd March to the 3rd November along the 24 mile line through the heart of the North York Moors National Park.
York Dungeons (25 mi)
New Surprises for 2013 at York Dungeons With a full cast of brilliant actors, 11 shows, rich sets and special effects, be taken on a unique 70 minute journey through 2000 years of York’s murky past. Come meet York’s most infamous villains, rogues & rascals. Are you ready for this? With a brilliant cast of professional actors, 11 shows, authentic sets and costumes and amazing special effects, we’ll take you on a unique thrill-filled journey through 2000 years of York’s murky history.
Whitby Goth Weekend (25 mi)
Whitby Gothic Weekend 26th – 28th AprilThis is a twice-yearly event held in April & October which has grown into one of the most popular gothic events in the world, attracting all generations from across the UK and around the world. This twice-yearly event held at the Whitby Pavilion has grown into one of the most popular Gothic events in the world, attracting all generations from across the UK and around the world. As well as Goths, there are Punks, Steampunks, Emos, Bikers, Metallers
Food tours (0 mi)
Yorkshire has a vast array of fine foods and drinks and these tours take you to taste bud tingling experiences. After seeing how it is made you then get to eat/drink it, you even get to try your hand at making some of them. The whole experience is a reason to visit Yorkshire
War Weekend (10 mi)
The North York Moors Railway runs a war weekend every year in October. It attracts thousands of people, not only from all over England, but also from other countries around the world. Pickering is taken over by people who dress up in period costumes and military uniforms. Mock battles are performed along the full lenght of the railway. There is a full parade of (mock) military personel and vehicles through the Market Place of Pickering and the salute is usually taken by Montgomery or Churchill.
Bonfire Night (0 mi)
Every year Hutton le Hole holds its anual FREE bonfire night where drinks and food are offered for modest prices while one of the most spectacular firework displays in the area is enjoyed in total safety
Village web site (0 mi)
Hutton has many events through out the year e.g duck raceing, village fete, bonfire nights, village hall war weekend dance, etc. There is so much going on it is better to visit the villages own web site for details
Banks & ATMs (4 mi)
There are no banks or building societies in Hutton. The nearest is in Kirkbymoorside where HSBC, Nat West and Barclays can be found in the market place. ATMs are situated outside the Co-op (turn right at the roundabout and about 50 yards on your Right) and HSBC (about 150 yards further on on your Right)
Chemists (4 mi)
The nearest Chemists is in Kirkbymoorside. Towlers Chemists Ltd, 10 Market Place. Tel 01751431229