Fine & Country North Yorkshire
Thirsk is a traditional and small Yorkshire market town situated in the civil parish of the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire. It is superbly positioned midway between the stunning North York Moors and the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. It is near to the medieval city of York, Harrogate, Ripon and Northallerton.
Northallerton is the county town of North Yorkshire and is set between the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the west and the North York Moors National Park to the east. Northallerton's has a lovely wide High Street which makes it such a pleasant busy shopping centre, with many independent shops, cafes and pubs. There is a busy market on Wednesday and Saturday.
Richmond is a beautiful Yorkshire Dales market town, with a Norman castle, Georgian architecture and a large cobbled marketplace. Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the town offers magnificent views and scenery with the river Swale flowing through.
Bedale has been a traditional Yorkshire market town since 1251 and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. It is located only 1 mile from the A1, which makes it ideal for commuting. The town has many Georgian buildings in the historic market square and has a harbour 70 miles from the sea.
Yarm, is a market town in the Borough of Stockton-on-Tees, North Yorkshire, England.It is situated on the Southern bank of the river, on a small peninsula where the town's high street and older parts of the town can be found. It is sometimes referred to as Yarm-on-Tees. There are many historic buildings in Yarm including the Town Hall and a Castle. Newer areas of the town are in former fields south of the main high street.
Eaglescliffe is a small village in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees, North Yorkshire, England covering the TS16 postcode. It is on the north bank of the River Tees and is approximately one mile North of Yarm. No one really knows where the village got its name, however one theory is that the Cleveland Hills offers a suitable habitat for eagles, hence the name Eaglescliffe.
Stokesley is a picturesque market town and civil parish in the Hambleton District of North Yorkshire, England. It lies on the River Leven and is often referred to as the gateway to the North York Moors. It houses many impressive Georgian and Victorian buildings, including the ancient Pack Horse Bridge which dates back to the 17th Century. There are some spectacular views of Roseberry Topping and the North York Moors from the east end of the town.
Nunthorpe is a village in the Borough of Middlesbrough in North Yorkshire, England. It is approximately six miles from the A19 and five miles from Middlesbrough city centre. Nunthorpe, can be traced back to the Domesday Book of 1086, which was then known as Thorpe or “Torp” meaning settlement. Development over the past 70 years has consisted of new housing estates, schools and churches. Nunthorpe has many generously sized houses in large gardens. This has given Nunthorpe its continued heritage with an open and spacious character.
Saltburn is a beautiful coastal town which has plenty of Victorian charm. The Saltburn Cliff Lift provides access to Saltburn Pier and the seafront from the town. The cliff lift is the oldest operating water-balance cliff lift in the United Kingdom. There’s lots to do in Saltburn which offers an authentic seaside experience, has an up-and-coming arts scene, lots of restaurants and plenty of daring water sports to try.
Whitby is a seaside town situated on the east coast of Yorkshire and is divided by the River Esk. The town is steeped in history and has a maritime, mineral and tourist heritage. On the East Cliff are the ruins of Whitby Abbey where Cædmon, the earliest recognised English poet, lived and it was also the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The fishing port emerged during the Middle Ages, which supported the important herring and whaling trades and was also where Captain Cook learned seamanship. Tourism started in Whitby during the Georgian period and developed with the arrival of the railway in 1839. Its attraction as a tourist destination is enhanced by its location on the high ground of the North York Moors national park and beautiful coastline.
Robin Hoods Bay:
Robin Hood's Bay is an old, picturesque fishing village and a bay located in the North York Moors National Park, six miles south of Whitby and 15 miles north of Scarborough on the coast of North Yorkshire, England. Baytown is the locals’ traditional name for Robin Hood’s Bay which has over 1000 years of history including an interesting smuggling heritage. The vibrant village is made up of narrow, twisting cobbled streets and has a wide range of cafes, pubs, restaurants, independent shops as well as many beautiful walks and cycle paths.