North York Moors' Champions

What makes a Champion?

Within the North York Moors Tourism Network, a select group of businesses strive to provide the best service and experience. In doing so, they work closely with the National Park and share our ethos of enjoying and looking after the National Park, in equal measures.

Often with insider tips and recommendations, Champions know what makes the North York Moors special and are passionate in their words and actions to keep it that way. Look out for their involvement in our friendly schemes - cycling, dark skies, nature and walking. They're a friendly bunch and are sure to make you feel welcome. In some cases, accessible facilities have been specially thought through for those with limited mobility. Champions are mindful of their environmental impact, ensuring they're on a path to responsible and sustainable activity.

Who're our Champions?
What to expect from a Champion
  • Ailsa at High Farm, Beadlam Rigg is part of a fourth generation farming family, keen to share her wealth of knowledge on the National Park. They're signed up to all four activity friendly schemes and carefully consider their environmental responsibility from a farming and tourism point of view.
  • A gold award for responsible tourism is not given lightly but that's exactly what Tracy and Dave have achieved at Low Costa Mill. They place special importance on making family holidays extra special, whether bringing children, dogs or your bike!
  • Hayley has thoughtfully designed exemplary accessible features at Wellspring Farm Cottages. Along with a stargazing viewing pod in the garden and wildlife pond, guest experience takes centre place.
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