Nine of Yorkshire's best-kept secrets that you can visit



Here are nine beauty spots off the beaten track, just waiting to be explored.
1. Barden Tower The tower on the Bolton Abbey estate is one of the six original hunting lodges of the Barden forest. In the 15th century, it was rebuilt as a residence for Henry Clifford, but fell into disrepair in the late 18th century. jpimedia Buy a Photo 2. Gascoigne Almshouses The Gascoigne Almshouses in Aberford, near Leeds, were built by two sisters, Mary Isabella and Elizabeth, in 1844 in memory of their father, Richard Oliver Gascoigne, and two brothers. They are Grade II-listed. jpimedia Buy a Photo 3.... read more

 
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