Win A Break For Two To The North York Moors National Park & £1,000

Celebrate the glory of where the countryside meets city and coast. We’ve teamed up with Visit York and the North York Moors National Park for their Dark Skies Festival to offer you a luxury break for two.

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Visit York

York is famous for its medieval streets, city walls, Minster, superb shopping and world-class visitor attractions, so why not use it as a great base to get out and explore the city, as well as the natural beauty of the North York Moors National Park?

You can escape crowds and discover centuries of history and breathtaking landscapes. Discover the  North York Moors' stunning heather moorland, as well as the vast forest and woodlands which make up a fifth of the National Park.

Take a stroll in the quaint market towns and villages such as picture-postcard Helmsley and Hutton le Hole, or walk along the coast and discover towering cliffs, rocky shores, sheltered bays, and sandy beaches. You can even explore further with The Visit York Pass, as it gives you access to up to 30 attractions; making sure you pack as much into your break as possible.

Dark Skies Festival

One major festival happening within the North York Moors, from 10th to 26th February 2023, is the Dark Skies Festival.

This festival is filled with spectacular activities to appreciate and marvel at the night sky. Stargazing sessions, night walks, mindful experiences, art exhibitions and more, right across the National Park. Being an International Dark Sky Reserve, the North York Moors has some of the best dark skies in the country with as many as 2,000 stars visible on a clear night.

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Enter our competition here

For the chance to win our break for two people to the North York Moors National Park, answer the question before 23:59 on 5th February 2023*.

*Entrants must be 18 or over. Date restrictions apply. See full ts&cs for all details.

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