Rose Cottage has the enviable position of being in the middle of the renowned Yorkshire Wolds Way
The perfect central base
Yorkshire Wolds Way
Starting on the banks of the Humber Estuary at Hessle a 74 mile trail leading from some of the most glorious Yorkshire Countryside and finishing in the coast town of Filey.
The Minster Way is a 50-mile (80 km) walking route between the Minsters of Beverley and York. It crosses the chalk hills of the Yorkshire Wolds, as well as a wide variety of the East Riding of Yorkshire countryside. Part of the route follows the Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail across Sylvan Dale before diverting to Millington, Bishop Wilton and Stamford Bridge, where it follows the River Derwent into the Plain of York as far as the River Ouse.
Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route
The quiet country lanes that criss-cross the rolling chalk hills of the Yorkshire Wolds are a cycling treat, leading to wonderful views, wildlife, historic places and pretty villages. Beverley is a gem of a medieval city. Home to thousands of seabirds, Bempton’s white cliffs are the Wolds rising impressively out of the North Sea. Bridlington’s beach backed promenades are now open for cycling. Linking all this together is the 146 mile Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route