The focal point of Yarm is its pretty cobbled high street. Built in 1710 it is home to a wide range of independent shops, including fashion stores, delicatessens, florists, bakers, butchers and gift shops.
If you’re looking for places to eat and drink in Yarm you really are spoilt for choice. With an abundance of quaint cafes and restaurants serving modern, contemporary cuisine, there’s something to suit all tastes.
Yarm is also known for its traditional pubs including The Black Bull which dates back to 1834 and The George and Dragon Inn where permission to build the Stockton & Darlington Railway, the world's first public railway, was given at a meeting held there in 1821!
A short drive away are Judges Hotel and Crathorne Hall, both with fine dining restaurants in stunning countryside surroundings.
The town of Stockton-on Tees is only 10 minutes by car and hosts a popular weekly market. For big name high street shopping Teesside Park is only three miles away with free parking and retail stores such as Marks and Spencer, Next, Boots and H&M.