Our yurts with hot tubs and our star-gazing bell tent provide perfect accommodation for enjoying this Summer’s events. We are close to the Yorkshire Coast, East Yorkshire, and their many attractions and events. Glamping with us means our luxury accommodation forms the perfect hub to enjoy all the area has to offer. Book today!
Scarborough’s Open Theatre is one of the area’s top venues for fantastic live entertainment, including Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Sting, Tom Grennan, Pulp and lots more: Find out more here.
Bridlington Spa also has its fair share of excellent acts including Bastille, Nile Rogers & CHIC and many more: Discover more here.
Other local venues that offer a mix of entertainment include Scarborough Spa, the Scarborough YMCA and the Stephen Joseph Theatre. The local tourism website for Scarborough is: Discover Yorkshire Coast
If you love jazz and blues, the Jazz and Blues Festival takes place at Burton Agnes Hall from 7th to 9th July: Take a look here.
Staxtonbury Music Festival returns for 2023 (30th June to 2nd July) at the nearby village of Staxton: Find out more.
Bevfest at nearby Beverley takes place on Saturday 8th July: Check out Bevfest.
Crawfest Music Festival isa music festival with this year’s dates being 14th, 15th and 16th July: Details here.
As the Summer season gets well and truly underway, the region we love so much has something for everyone.
Scarborough’s Seafest takes place on 14th, 15th and 16th July 2023. This annual event celebrates all things maritime in the town including food, drink, music, exhibitions and more. It’s a free-to-enter event and takes place on Scarborough’s West Pier, close to the harbour and seafront areas: Find out more, me hearties!
Beverley Armed Forces day is worth attending, this year taking place on 1st July: Find out more here.
A visit to Scarborough in the summer just isn’t complete without experiencing the Naval Warfare. It takes place on Mondays, Thursday and Saturdays in July and August: Find out more here.
Once the largest one-day shows in the country, Driffield Show takes place at Driffield Showground on Wednesday 19th July: Find out about ticket prices here. Other shows include Ryedale show on Tuesday 25th July, and Thornton le Dale show on Wednesday 9thAugust 2023.
Steam Fair – Driffield’s famous Steam Fair take place on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th August at the Driffield Showground.
Beverley Races – Our closest racecourse near the stunning market town of Beverley hosts a varied season of horse racing.
In July, the Coconut Cup Race Day takes place on Saturday 8th, with afternoon racing on Tuesday 18th July, and an evening meet on Monday 24th July.
August is no less busy, with the Family Funday on 1st August, Ladies Day on Wednesday 16th August, afternoon racing on Thursday 17th and a Family Funday on Sunday 27th August: Find out more here.
Hull’s entertainment scene is hard to beat with its excellent Museums Quarter including Wilberforce House, the Hull and East Riding Museum and the Streetlife Museum of Transport. Hull also boasts The Deep, one of the UK’s largest aquariums: More information.
In the opposite direction, Scarborough is a short drive away and includes its own Art Gallery and The Rotunda Museum both of which include fascinating exhibits.
Stately Homes and Country Houses – With vast estates and elegant rooms, East Yorkshire is particularly blessed with some stunning stately homes or country houses that are open to the public.
Sledmere House is a short drive away – Home to the Tatton Sykes family, whose history can be traced back to the 1500s, Sledmere House dates from the Georgian period but was gutted by fire in 1911 and was restored afterwards. The house hosts varied events and is definitely worth a visit. Find out more about their events here.
Burton Agnes is also close by with a history dating back to the 12th Century. Their events are varied and are list here: Find out more.
Burton Constable is another stunning country house which has welcomed the 21st Century with its popular outdoor cinema showing family favourites and box office hits: Whats on.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens is another firm favourite here in East Yorkshire. With its house, gardens and zoo, it’s a venue with a varied offering: Find out more here.
Fun in Filey
This lovely fishing town boasts some fabulous beaches and the famous Filey Brigg (always be aware of the tides). Filey is also becoming very well known for its Food Festivals, which take place several times a year. The next dates are 12th and 13th August , followed by October 14th and 15th 2023. It’s free to attend and offers over 70 stalls of delicious food, drink, street food and more: Filey International Food Festival.
Wold Top Brewery Events – This takes place just up the road from us and this year’s event takes place in mid -July and has already sold out for this year. You can always book a tour and see their other events here: More events here.
Malton and Pickering
Malton is sometimes referred to as Yorkshire’s Food Capital, this market town include monthly food markets and food festivals: Check out whats on.
Pickering is also a lovely town to visit, with its castle and North Yorkshire Moors Railway station: Find out more.
Beautiful Beaches – If you want to simply enjoy the local scenery, then Hunmanby Gap is truly gorgeous and is also a dog friendly beach, as is Cayton Bay.
Royal Yorkshire Yacht Club – Based in lovely Bridlington, the annual Regatta is an incredible site, and this year takes place on 5th August.
RSPB Bempton Cliffs – This truly incredible RSPB location is a short drive from here. With cliff top walks, a shop, exhibits and some of the best chalk cliff scenery around, it’s hard to beat: Find out more.
Car Boot Sales – If it’s Summer, then it’s time for a car boot sale or two! Lebberston Sunday Market takes place throughout the summer (check it out) and Skirlington Car Boot also takes place every Sunday.
A Word About Whitby
This town needs no introduction and has a host of events taking place throughout the Summer including the Steampunk Weekend, Whitby Regatta and more: Find out more here.