Browsing leisure activities within 10 miles of Old Cobbler's Cottage
The Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School offers a range of cookery courses and demonstrations to suit all levels of ability and experience. B&B En-suite accommodation is also available both for people attending the cookery school and visitors.
Driffield Golf Club is situated in the Sunderlandwick Estate which is 1 mile south of the town of Driffield. The town as 'Capital of the Yorkshire Wolds' is ideally situated to explore this region.
Beverley Westwood, home to the ancient Beverley and East Riding Golf Club, one of Yorkshire's finest and most natural golf courses. Founded in 1889, the Westwood course is arguably the oldest in Yorkshire.
A great day out for everyone at Beverley Races. Theme days, attractions and entertainment during the season. A firm favorite when visiting the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Lovingly restored Georgian farmhouse and outbuildings incorporating a craft and gift shop plus a tearoom and restaurant. The Wolds Village also houses 7 ensuite bedrooms, a gallery and a function room.
Norfolk Street, New Walk, Beverley, HU17 7DR, Tel: 01482 391672, Email(9 miles, 15 km)
Walk Route: Norfolk Street > New Walk > North Bar > Tiger Lane > Tiger Inn > Beverley Arms > St Mary's Church > Hengate > Norwood House > Ladygate > Saturday Market > Dyer Lane
The Beastly Beverley Trail is made up of two outdoor trails exploring the darker side of Beverley's history. The North Trails begins on Norfolk Street - you can start the South Trail from Beverley Minster.
Horse Route: Sledmere > Kirby Grindalythe > East Heslerton
A short ride incorporating long grassy stretches over gently rolling countryside. Can be easily joined to the East Heslerton to Sledmere route to make a full day circular.
Driffield, The Yorkshire Wolds, East Yorkshire, YO25 6TY, Tel: 01262 673474, Email(6 miles, 10 km)
Cycle Route: Circular Route from Driffield (via Skerne, Wansford, Lowthorpe, Harpham, Burton Agnes, Kilham and Nafferton)
Flat at first along the foot of the more gently sloping side of the Wolds. This route crosses chalk streams and the Driffield Navigation canal to reach Burton Agnes; take some time to explore its interesting church.
East Yorkshire, HU17 0AB, Tel: 01482 391672, Email(10 miles, 16 km)
The medieval town of Beverley is famous for its 13th century Minster, its market and its music. Tucked away down these narrow streets are antique shops and craft arcades, and on every other corner is a pub full of history and atmosphere.
Take a step back in time, discover what life was like in Medieval Beverley. Stroll from the North Bar towards the Beverley Beck, discovering the trail's 39 unique sculptures which depict the guilds and trades of the area.
Pocklington, The Yorkshire Wolds, East Yorkshire, YO42 2JD, Tel: 01482 391672, Email(8 miles, 13 km)
Cycle Route: Circular Route from Pocklington (via Millington, Huggate, Warter Wold, Warter, Nunburnholme and Burnby)
This route winds through Millington Dale - another classic dry valley - to one of the highest villages on the Wolds: Huggate. It continues across Warter Wold to Warter, an attractive estate village.
Wintringham, Yorkshire Wolds, YO17 8HX, Tel: 01439 770657, Email(6 miles, 10 km)
Walk Route: Along the Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail
WANDER is the first trail of its kind in the country encompassing a series of public art installations on a national trail.
Horse Route: Sledmere > Tibthorpe > Huggate > Warter > Everingham > Bubwith > Everingham > Nunburnholme > Millington > Great Givendale > Bishop Wilton > Kirby Underdale > Thixendale > Sledmere > Kirby Grindalythe > East Heslerton
Bring your horse to discover the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds. This circular route encompasses bridleways that meander through green valleys and over fields, miles of green lanes designed for horse travel.
Millington, Pocklington, YO62 5BP, Tel: 01439 770657, Email(6 miles, 10 km)
The art project, WANDER - Art on the Yorkshire Wolds Way, is a UK first and a pioneering project that has created an evocative attraction comprising of 10 landmark art installations along the Yorkshire Wolds Way.