The cold chill is starting to appear, and you can practically smell the hot chocolate. As we approach another month in a pandemic, a trip anywhere sounds like a dream.
Across Yorkshire, the rules are changing day to day. But whether you are in Tier 1, 2 or 3, many are planning to stay in their counties for a holiday or plan a trip for post-lockdown.
We have made a list to make your winter as cosy as possible, with the best staycations right on your doorstop.
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Glamping at Catgill Farm, Bolton Abbey
The luxury camping pods at this North Yorkshire getaway will land you in the heart of nature whilst offering comfort.
The pods are available for up to six people, and come with a pizza oven on a private patio, as well as a personal hot tub to enjoy.
It's the perfect spot for those chilly nights where you can snuggle up amongst the cosy cushions and throws with a cup of hot chocolate.
Catgill Farm is located just shy of Skipton, West Yorkshire.
Hibernate in one of Morndyke Shepard's Huts, Thirsk
Morndyke has been the family home of the Philipps' for over 100 years. Alan and Tricia Philips welcome you into their gardens to enjoy a special break away.
Each hut is named after sheep which was rescued by the family from Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton Tail, Ragtag, and Bobtail.
Your hut sits across from a beautiful two-acre fishing lake, and the Hambleton hills in the distance.
The cosy hideaway is perfect for couple to enjoy an escape, and is just a short drive out of Thirsk in the stunning Yorkshire countryside.
Cosy up in the Cottage at The Swallow's Nest, Beverley
Looking for a breakaway with the family?
Step out of your private cottage to be greeted by fishing lakes, abundance of wildlife, water sports centre, and a gold course to enjoy.
The cottage is a large open plan living space with beautiful exposed trusses, hand-made country kitchen, underfloor heating and wood burning stove, fit for up to six people.
You will be provided with a welcome hamper with a selection of Yorkshire produce and freshly baked bread.
Close to historic Beverley and York, this peaceful setting is the perfect place for families, groups of friends and couples to enjoy time together and relax.
Relax at Humble Bee Farm, Scarborough
If you're usually a busy bee, then take care of yourself with a break at Humble Bee in the Wigwam Cabins.
For those who really want to enjoy the days and nights outdoors these homely huts are perfect.
At a time when finances may be tight, this location is catered for those searching for an affordable glamping holiday in an idyllic rural location.
A section of the 70-mile Yorkshire Wolds Way runs along the site, and you can follow the path for about 7 miles to the small seaside town of Filey, its large sandy beach, and sheltered bay.
Alternatively hop in the car and whizz to the nearby seaside resorts of Scarborough, Bridlington and Whitby, all within an easy distance.
A home away from home at Idyllic Shepherd's Hut, North Yorkshire
Another staycation in the North Yorkshire area is the five star 'Yorkshireman' huts in Great Ayton.
Named in the ‘Village of the Year’ on Channel 4, Great Ayton really should be on your list of places to visit.
From traditional country pubs, new minibars, famous butchers shops, eateries and more, there's plenty of fun to be had when staying at this accommodation.
You can enjoy views of the River Leven in just a two-minute walk away from your private hut.
The huts come with all the country comforts as well as the natural settings and surroundings for a unique getaway.
For a review on Shepherd's Hut click here.
A modern break at Kingswood Golf Lodges, Doncaster
This hotspot is just two years old, offering a contemporary feel. It is a spacious lodge with an open plan decking area with a hot tub looking out onto a golf course.
Enjoy a truly memorable break at this tranquil space perfect for the family, before heading to nearby restaurants, and enjoying local walks.
Break away to The Old Maple Lodge, Riccall
Just a short eight miles from York city centre, this stylish annex of an oak-framed house is in Riccall's charming village.
The village offers great beer, as well as fantastic Italian and Indian restaurants to visit.
The Old Maple Lodge overlooks the original pond of the old manor house, offers guests a luxury experience, complete with a king-sized bed, ensuite bathroom and kitchen facilities.
With everything in one place, this cosy hideaway is catered for a solo or couple trip.
For a highly recommended view visit here.
Take a break to Waingates Farm Huts, Harrogate
Looking for a retreat for two?
At Waingates Farm Hut you will experience the comfort of a luxury boutique hotel stay whilst enjoying rural surroundings.
Each hut is spacious, cosy, comfortable, slightly different and can be catered to your choice. You will find a private hot tub outside your door looking out to the beautiful grounds.
Owners Matthew, Emma and their children moved back to Harrogate from London in 2009 to give their children the idyllic childhood they remember so fondly and have since felt lucky and grateful to be a small part of our countryside.
They wanted to bring the same peace and harmony to other families in the Yorkshire area.
Luxury at The Lawrence, York
This modern aparthotel is suited to those looking for a luxurious stay, hoping to enjoy what York city centre has to offer.
Just a short ten minute walk from York Minster, York Theatre and York Art Gallery, and York castle, you can be sure to soak in lots of tourism during your stay.
These sleek, contemporary one- to three-bedroom loft-style apartments come with full kitchens, chic dining areas and lounges
Honey Bee Cottage, Staintondale
This charming cottage will help you escape all yours worries for just £53 a night. Perfect for those who want to escape city life and immerse in relaxation.
This superb property is decorate and furnish impeccable providing a completely comfortable stay, whilst offer ounces of character, and coastal views. You will be greeted by horses and llama trekking down the road towards the cottage.
Situated in the National Park there are also numerous walks from the doorstep including the Cleveland Way to name just one.
The getaway is close to Whitby and Scarborough to provide plenty of alternative activities.