Hutton le Hole
Photo by Alan Green
Hutton le Hole is one of the most beautiful places in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Hutton Beck winds its way through the village and is especially attractive to families as several duck races are held throughout the year, whilst the magnificent broad area of common green is the perfect place for a picnic during the summer.
The village is home to the excellent Ryedale Folk Museum, which shows the history of life in North Yorkshire and has a variety of superbly restored buildings set in three acres. In addition there are displays of living crafts, agricultural tools, conservation projects and the newly established Highfields collection of farm animal rare breeds .
Photo by Fast Car
Hutton le Hole is surrounded by wild and rugged countryside and is an ideal base for walkers. There is no better place to stay in the area than the Barn Guest House, a beautifully finished Yorkshire stone cottage with seven en-suite bedrooms, situated next door to the folk museum. The Barn also has a delightful tea room which is open to all and serves wonderful home made cream scones! To visit their website, click on the photo below:
The Barn Guest House and Tea Rooms.