Yorkshire & North East Great British Buildings

Founded in AD635, Lindisfarne Priory on Holy Island was an important centre of early Christianity and the dramatic approach to the island across the...

More than 200,000 people visit Castle Howard each year and north Yorkshire’s role in bringing Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited to life for millions has...

High on the windswept bleak moors, the well-preserved old hillside village of Haworth is the perfect place to recapture the spirit of one of...

Ian WhiteHigh on a cliff-top, the silhouette of Whitby Abbey looms darkly over this popular seaside town. It’s easy to see how the Irish...

Ian WhiteAlnwick Castle, with its many turrets and towers, may look familiar to you. Imagine an aerial view of it from the vantage point...

Set on a headland high over the popular seaside town, Whitby Abbey is the perfect choice for a day trip in Yorkshire. It’s easy...

Time really does stand still at Brodsworth Hall, one of the most unusual visitor attractions in South Yorkshire. Inside this beautiful Victorian country house...

Take a trip to Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens in Northumberland and enjoy a great day out in north-east England. You can spend hours...

The King of Castles. A bold statement to make you may think, but you just have to look at where it is to understand,...

Vicky SartainDunstanburgh CastlePossibly one of the county’s most iconic castles, Dunstanburgh is little more than a dramatic ruin left behind by its most powerful...