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Highlights in Richmond (Yorkshire)
- Historic Green Howards Regimental Museum
- Richmond Castle
- Richmondshire Museum
- Easby Abbey
- Award-winning Lucy Pittaway Art Gallery
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Log Cabins & Lodges in Richmond
Looking everywhere and still can't find the ideal holiday destination for you? In the north of England, you will find Richmond, a civil parish and commercial town considered a real gem. Discover on Holidu, log cabins decorated with brick and wildflowers that offer you the highest quality services to suit your budget and size. They are the perfect accommodation to enjoy a wonderful trip at any time of the year. Our locations feature large gardens for the entertainment of all, including domestic pets, an afternoon tea area and a beautiful view from the terrace that will make you forget your own name.Comfortable and cosy lodges in a friendly atmosphere
The places you visit need to be special and the space you stay in needs to be even more so for a peaceful, relaxing and memorable stay. They are the right homes for families, couples or groups of friends looking for a place that requires space for 2 and up to 8 people. Our log cabins are designed for visitors who wish to take their mind off routine and problems and immerse themselves in a time of rest and relaxation. Each of the lodges has spacious rooms, wifi connection, television services, washing machine, parking, heating, air conditioning and space for sauna sessions.
Travellers and activities
Foxglove Covert is a nature reserve covering 100 hectares of moorland on the outskirts of Cambrai Lines and has an impressive fusion of habitats and species. The park has several semi-natural woodlands, flower-rich meadows, heathland, ponds, streams, willows and alders, wet meadows, a lake and coniferous woodland. The reserve is home to more than 2,600 species of flora, fauna, vertebrates and invertebrates.Richmond for waterfalls lovers
Richmond Falls is a group of waterfalls located along the Swale River, very close to the city centre. It is the last waterfall before the river's waters descend into the Mowbray Valley. The size may change according to weather changes, either by heavy rainfall or flooding, so at such times the waterfalls are a dramatic sight thanks to the rocks that are scattered along the length and breadth of the flow.
Did you know that Richmond is ranked among the smallest towns in England? With a population of 8,400 as of 2016
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The gallery was founded in 1922 and in 1973 moved to the centre of Richmond's market town. It is the museum of the Green Howards Infantry Regiment of the British Army, which houses a large collection of three centuries of the regiment's history. Among some of the museum's exhibits, it is worth noting the collection of 3,750 medals and decorations including 16 Victoria Crosses and 3 George Crosses.2. Take a stroll around the dominant Richmond Castle
A fortress that sits in a commanding position overlooking the River Swale, just a few metres from the city. It was originally called Riche Mount "the hill fort". The fort was built in 1071 by Alan Rufus after the Norman Conquest in England. It is the best preserved Norman-style property in the whole of England. Among the fort's cell blocks are some 2,300 graffiti left by the prisoners who were kept there from the 19th century until the 1970s. The castle is listed as a historic building, scheduled monument and archaeological site of national importance. It is also a Grade I listed building.3. Visit the multi-faceted Richmondshire Museum
It's a gallery that looks very small on the outside, but once you're inside it looks like a football stadium. It was founded in 1974 by Richmond and Dales Soroptimists and opened in 1978. The museum includes a large display of items of interest in local and social history. The exhibits house various artefacts from the Stone Age to the present day. The museum has an educational role, supporting primary and secondary schools, as well as providing work experience for university students. It is also considered an archaeological repository.4. Tour the grounds of the impressive Easby Abbey
On the banks of the picturesque River Swale lie the ruins of the best-preserved monastery of the "white canons". The abbey remains the canons' dormitory, the magnificent refectory and the entrance gate. The parish church with a wide range of 13th-century paintings is also preserved inside the monastery. The monastery was founded in 1152.5. Discover the beauties of the award-winning Lucy Pittaway Art Gallery
Lucy Pittaway is an award-winning artist and winner of the 2016 Emerging Artist of the Year and Best New Art Business 2017 awards. She has two galleries dedicated to her art, one located in Brompton-on-Swale and the second in Richmond Central. Lucy is a former graphic design teacher, and it was only a few years ago that she decided to go full time as a largely professional artist. The artist's favourite colours are pastels, she draws her inspiration mainly from family, life and the surrounding environment.6. Admire nature at its most beautiful in Friary Gardens
Located in the vicinity of Greyfriars Tower, which represents the best preserved northern monument, albeit a short-lived one in the social and religious life of England. The gardens have a wide variety of flora typical of the city and the country, a must-see for those arriving in the city in the spring or summer season.7. Have fun with the kids at the fabulous Wackadayz
An indoor play centre that provides children of all ages with adventures and thrills in the play area that will keep them entertained for hours. The space features punching bags, spinning poles, rope bridges, double slide and tunnels. The highlights of the park are the elevated sports arena and the bouncy castle. Parents can relax with a nice snack or surf the internet, as the place has a Wi-Fi connection.
FAQs: Log Cabins & Lodges in Richmond (Yorkshire)
Which types of facilities can you typically find at the log cabins in Richmond?
In regard to the facilities available on Holidu, it appears that the log cabins in Richmond have everything that holiday-makers desire! Here, the log cabins generally have a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (97%), garden (58%), and fireplace (23%)...Sound tempting?
How are the log cabins generally rated in Richmond?
According to last year's data, the majority of the log cabins in Richmond get a rating of less than 4.5 stars. It is therefore not the best destination for the highest-rated log cabins in the United Kingdom.
Are the log cabins in Richmond child-friendly?
According to the Holidu database, 16% of log cabins in Richmond are suitable for holidays with children, it will therefore not be difficult to find the ideal log cabin for you and your children.
Are the log cabins in Richmond suitable for travellers and their pets?
Yes! In Richmond, 48% of the log cabins accept them, 58% also have a garden!
Do the log cabins in Richmond mostly come with an internet connection?
Yes! According to last year's data, 97% of log cabins in Richmond have an internet connection. It is therefore no problem for you to will be able to browse the internet at any time!
What is the average price for log cabins in Richmond?
The majority of log cabins in Richmond (68%) cost less than £100 per night. Therefore, this destination is perfect for finding a cheap log cabin!
Do the log cabins in Richmond usually come equipped with a fireplace?
Definitely! According to Holidu's database, a good amount of log cabins in Richmond have a fireplace. Therefore, it is the perfect destination for a winter trip!
Are the log cabins in Richmond suitable for stays with several people or rather for a holiday as a small group?
According to last year's Holidu data, 77% of log cabins are suitable for up to four travellers. Approximately 84% of the log cabins here include at least two separate bedrooms. Richmond is the ideal destination for going in a small group on holiday!