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Looking for somewhere to stay in Masham?


If you haven't visited Masham before you don't know what you're missing and if you have maybe it's time you returned for another visit! We have properties in Masham ranging in size from 1 bedroom apartments sleeping 2, to 4 bedroom houses sleeping 6 and some welcome dogs too.

All are a short walk from the town centre where you will find pubs, cafes, shops and restaurant. Masham also has 2 breweries and a distillery all of which are open for tours. Nearby you will find Lightwater Valley, a theme park for all ages; Fountains Abbey, a World Heritage site and The Forbidden Corner, a fun labyrinth of tunnels and follies for everyone. There's racing at Ripon and Thirsk, markets in Masham, Bedale and Leyburn and shopping at Harrogate, Northallerton and York, and of course there are numerous walks from the town along by the river, to Hackfall Woods and nearby nature reserve. If you love to bring your bike away with you why not cycle the Tour de Yorkshire or Grand depart routes and if you enjoy running, Fountains Abbey parkrun is not to be missed or why not try the Burn Valley route.

Whatever you enjoy doing while you’re away there's something for everyone so why not book your stay in Masham today! Find your perfect Country Hideaways holiday cottage in Masham just here or call 01969 663559 for friendly help and advice. We always look forward to welcoming you.

Country Hideaways

Written By Nadine Bell

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