Tour de Yorkshire 2017

25/04/2017
The Bank Holiday weekend sees the Tour de Yorkshire return. The three day event starts on Friday 28th April . So if you are looking for a last minute escape for the Bank holiday then look no further than Yorkshire Farmstay. Our beautiful Bed and Breakfast and self catering accommodation is doted about in lovely rural Yorkshire.
Day one starts in Bridlington ,then takes in Driffield,Malton,Goathland,Robin Hood's Bay,Burton Agnes,Pocklington,Pickering,Whitby and ends the 173km stage 1 in Scarborough. Your sure to find some accommodation as many of our members individual properties Self catering,glamping and B&B's are close to the route. Day one's climbs are Cote de Garrowby Hill and Cote du Goathland.
Day two starts in Tadcaster and culminates in Harrogate a 122.5km race. The race starts on Tadcaster bridge ,the bridge that was washed away in the devasting floods of 2015.Todays race takes in some of the Yorkshire Dales. From Tadcaster the race moves onto and visits the towns and villages of Wetherby,Pateley, Bridge , Lofthouse,West Tanfield, Masham, Ripley, Ramsgill, Ripon then onto Harrogate for the finish. Part of the route today was cycled by The Tour de France in 2014 Grand Depart ,it takes in some beautiful countryside along the way.
Day three sees the culmination of the race in Sheffield. Todays 194.5km race takes in the rural towns and villages of Grassington, Ilkley,Saltaire ,Addingham , Skipton , stunning Bolton Abbey . Then onto Keighley, Haworth ( Home of the Bronte's) Halifax and Holmfirth ,home of Last of the Summer Wine and Nora Batty!! Then onto Fox Valley Sheffield for the finish. So if you want to be a spectator or ride the route after the race in the wonderful county of Yorshire you need look no further for individual accommodation than Yorkshire Farmstay!


 
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