Spend The Summer In Swainby
13 Jun 2022
A peaceful and picturesque village in the Hambleton District of North Yorkshire, Swainby makes for a popular getaway with cyclists and walking enthusiasts who enjoy the stunning scenery and fresh countryside air.
Set below Cleveland Hills with Scugdale Beck flowing through the centre, the characteristics of this beautiful location consist of sweeping hills, traditional Yorkshire dry stone walls, and postcard-perfect heather and moorland.
A walker and cyclist’s paradise, there are endless routes to explore the village and its surrounding areas, as well as numerous cycling paths and enough scenic views to last a lifetime.
But don’t worry, if you’re travelling with the kids, there is everything and more to send their little brains rushing into a frenzy. Enjoy zoos, wildlife parks and farms to theme parks, funfairs and soft play areas to museums and art galleries.
Built on a spur of the Cleveland Hills, Whorlton Castle is a ruined 14th-century tower house bursting with a fascinating history and was one of many series of castles William the Conqueror encouraged his barons to build across Yorkshire and the north.
Only the castle gatehouse and vaulted undercroft of the tower house remain, however, the best remaining feature is the stonework that can be found in the vaulted undercroft.
With over 40 amazing rides and attractions for the perfect family day out, Lightwater Valley is the place for memorable adventures.
Adults and children can enjoy discovering woodland creatures, driving the dodgems, hitting the arcades, and treetop trails, riding in vintage cars, and making memories on a wide range of thrilling rides.
A National Trail that runs 110 miles between Helmsley and the Brigg at Filey, Cleveland Way is every walker’s dream. Stroll through beautiful and ever-changing scenery, from heather moorland to mesmerising coastal views.
There are a number of routes for exploration depending on your mobility, time, and preference for distance. With a host of attractions and worthwhile visits along the way, you’ll be spoilt for choice which path you want to take!
Embark on a unique path of tunnels, follies, chambers, and unexpected surprises created within a four-acre garden, nestled in the heart of Tupgill Park and the Yorkshire Dales.
A tourist attraction like you’ve never visited before, this idea is perfect for adventurers or those who are young at heart.
Home to a large collection of birds of over 60 species of owls, eagles, and hawks; the National Centre for Birds of Prey works towards the conservation of birds through education, captive breeding, research, and rehabilitation.
Purchase a holiday home this summer with Maguires Country Parks and explore Swainby and the surrounding areas for years to come. Contact our friendly and knowledgeable team who will be happy to help you answer any questions about our Swainby Park.