The Yorkshire Pass @ Feversham Arms Hotel
The Yorkshire Pass gives entry to over 70 of the county’s crown jewel attractions.
From National Trust heritage sites (Nunnington Hall and Rievaulx Terrace), world firsts (The Deep, Hull), world famous historic houses (Castle Howard and York Minster) and Britains biggest minature railway (North Bay Railway, Scarbroough). Every region in Yorkshire is covered by the Yorkshire Pass and The Moors and Coast region has the lion's share of major attractions so there's even more vallue from the Yorkshire Pass when you stay at The Feversham Arms Hotel.
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We can organise your Yorkshire Passes for you, just let us know when you book and we will have it ready for your arrival.
What you will receive:
Buying the Yorkshire Pass from us you will also receive :
- A credit card sized Yorkshire Pass per adult and per child
- Each Pass comes in one or two day options
- Complimentary 110 page guide booklet so you can begin to plan your day of sightseeing
Where can I use the pass that is near to the Feversham Arms Hotel & Verbena Spa Yorkshire?
- Castle Howard: A wonderful historic house with amazing gardens and water features. An ideal place for a picnice or perhaps a place to stop for lunch in their tea rooms. Farm shop and gift shops on site.
- North Yorkshire Moors Railway: Only 15 minutes from the hotel in the village of Pickering this steam train adventure through spectacular scenery. Including stops at "aidensfield" part of the Heart Beat set (this station was actually used in a Harry Potter film too) ending at Whitby.
- National Trust Nunnington Hall: Only 10 minutes from the hotel, this historic house has a really good exhibition programme and an organic walled vegetable garden. Their art and photography projects are really popular.
- Byland Abbey: A perfect place to stop for a picnic or if you're walking in the North Yorkshire Moors.. Really close to the hotel only 15 mins drive time.
- Eden Camp: 25 mins away, housed in the buildings and grounds of an original Prisoner of War camp, a visit to our multi award winning museum will transport you back to wartime Britain.
- Rievaulx Terrace: Discover the tranquil haven of Rievaulx Terrace, one of Yorkshire’s finest eighteenth century landscape gardens and only a stones throw from the hotel.
- Sea Life Centre: Scarborough SEA LIFE and Marine Sanctuary will introduce you to many strange, beautiful and fascinating creatures of the deep. Meet the resident seals, otters and penguins as they go about their daily routines. This venue is approx 35 minutes from the hotel.
- Scarborough Art Gallery: this is situated in the classic Italianate Villa in Scarborough’s beautiful Crescent Gardens with national touring exhibitions and permenant collections as well. 35 minutes from the hotel.
- Walled Garden at Scampston: An exciting 4 acre contemporary garden, with striking perennial meadow planting as well as traditional spring/autumn borders. A lovely place to stop for lunch with a fabulous deli type eatery. Scampston is approx 35 mins from the hotel.
- Wolds Way Lavender: A lavender farm with a difference! Yorkshire’s largest lavender and herb farm is a great day out for all the family. 20 mins from the hotel.
- Yorkshire 4 x 4: This adrenalin fueled adventures are the most exhilarating, challenging, and fun days out you could ever have! We can thoroughly recommend this place! Only about 25 mins from the hotel.
- Rotunda Museum: Walking distance from the Scarborough Art Gallery, this is one of the oldest purpose built museums in Britain, built in 1829 to the specifications of William Smith – the father of English geology. This Museum has a great summer programme of events for all the family and only 35 minutes from the hotel.
- Newby Hall: A wonderful Historic House only 30 mins from the hotel, set in idyllic grounds, where your long drive through their estate to the visitor entry point is simply beautiful, a lovely place for a picnic, great for children with an adventure park and gorgeous manicured large gardens as well as walks around the house which makes it ideal for adults too.
- Captain Cook Memorial Museum: Whitby is very popular with our guests, this 17th century ship owner’s house where the great explorer, James Cook , lodged as an apprentice seaman. Go by steam train from Pickering or go by car from the hotel approx 35 minutes.
The website for the Yorkshire Pass is www.yorkshirepass.com if you need further information