The North York Moors has announced the launch of a new service that will enable those who want to go walking
there to book their accommodation online.
According to the park authority, the facility will enable people using the web to find bed and breakfast establishments, hotels, guesthouses, self-catering holiday cottages, caravanning
sites and places to go camping
It stated: "Whether you are looking for weekend breaks or your summer holidays, you are sure to find something to suit."
The service comes with a grid map broken up into numbered squares, helping visitors to navigate around the national park and find out about different areas of it while looking to choose where to go.
Visitors keen to explore more may wish to pick up ordnance survey maps
of the locality from a Go Outdoors store, with the nearest of these to the national park being in Stockton-on-Tees.
Formed as a national park in 1952, the North York Moors consists of 1,434 acres of countryside, with 42 miles of coastline.
Posted by Dan Mirza