5 Yorkshire Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day

Dads are special.

Always there with a friendly word of advice, an eye-rolling joke or a supporting arm around the shoulder.

Be it for your own dad, a male influence in your life or even if you’re a dad yourself – we think Father’s Day is well worth celebrating.

Here are five ideas on how you can mark the special occasion on Sunday, June 17 Yorkshire-style.

Here we go!

  1. A Gin-dulgent Break

Be gin-spired with this Just the Tonic getaway.

The gin-tastic break includes an overnight stay for two with us, a three course dinner in our three AA Rosette Gallery restaurant and our legendary full Yorkshire brekkie.

What’s more you’ll be treated to a pre-dinner speciality gin and tonic.

This offer is priced at £189 per Classic Double, per night and available Sunday – Thursday until September 27, 2018. This is subject to availability, excluding Bank Holidays and available to new bookings only.

  1. Off Road Bonding

Young Land Rover fans can rope in their dad to watch them on an off-road junior 4X4 driving experience.

They are designed for under 17-year-olds to have fun whilst learning vehicle handling skills and techniques.

There are two events coming up at nearby Duncombe Park on Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, September 9.

  1. The Great Outdoors

From clay pigeon shooting to segways – Yorkshire Outdoors has it covered!

The company, based in Thirsk, offers a wide range of fun experiences for even the most adventurous of dads.

You can find out more on the website.

  1. Food Glorious Food

Do you know a dad who’s a bit of a foodie? Thankfully here in Yorkshire we have an absolute abundance of top-rated restaurants for him to try.

Our very own Matt Tyler heads up our three AA Rosette The Gallery restaurant, bringing a touch of theatre and flair back into the dining room.

And our cheese board is the stuff of legends!

  1. Walk This Way

If you’re on a tight budget then don’t fret…just spending time together is the most important thing.

Why not arrange a walk across our rugged countryside, teeming with local wildlife?

And the perfect way to round it off? A pint in our stunning beer garden could fit the bill.