Cooks at Carlton offers Yorkshire cookery courses with a difference. Held at the magnificent stately home of the Duke of Norfolk’s family, Carlton Towers, the classes take place in an atmosphere that is redolent of Downton Abbey.
The White Rose county has an amazing larder and there’s no better way to discover it than with a Yorkshire food tour courtesy of Yorkshire Food Finder. The company is run by gourmand-on-the-go Sue Nelson, who takes guests out on guided food trails to discover the best of Yorkshire’s artisan products.
If you’re the kind of beardy bloke (or woman) who likes a heritage railway and a pint at the same time, the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is the place for you. The trains run over a five-mile track and each has a buffet car complete with real ale.
If you really want to discover the county in all its glory, create your own bespoke Yorkshire tour with expert Blue Badge guide Tim Barber. Real Yorkshire Tours offers a host of different options, from dinosaur-and-fossil excursions to walks around the fishing village of Whitby.