As the UK’s largest county, Yorkshire boasts spectacular countryside and unspoilt moors – made famous by the Brontë sisters.
The region’s history is rooted in the wool and mining industries but it is also well known for grand estates and abbeys.
These days, the medieval city of York is a major tourist attraction as well as local towns such as Whitby.
Yorkshire is famous for its cricket and tea and you can follow in this tradition by taking in a match at Headingley or sampling a cuppa at Betty’s Tea Rooms in Harrogate.
Properties in this area range from cosy farm cottages to large rural estates.
• Unspoilt scenery
• Beautiful rural walks in ‘Brontë country’
• Home to the medieval city of York
• World famous for its tea and cricket
• Wide-ranging character properties