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North Yorkshire

Welcome to North Yorkshire; home to historic towns and cities like Middlesbrough and York, and famous for its sprawling moors, tea rooms, and friendly people.

From charming seaside towns to medieval cities, there is something for everyone in North Yorkshire. There are plenty of outstanding Ofsted rated schools to choose from and family-friendly activities at every turn, making North Yorkshire a wonderful place to live.

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Living in North Yorkshire

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Things to do

Perhaps the most iconic experience in North Yorkshire is afternoon tea at Betty’s in Harrogate. Bettys’ famous Grand Cru Chocolate Torte is a must-try, but there’s also 300 other cakes, chocolates and breads on offer including Yorkshire Fat Rascal scones. There are also 50 different refreshments to choose from, including varieties from Bettys’ sister company, Yorkshire Tea.

If legend is to be believed, all loved-up twosomes that kiss under the 'Heart of Yorkshire’ window at York Minster, will stay together forever. Majestic and imposing, York Minster is the largest gothic cathedral north of the Alps. The Duke of Kent married Miss Katherine Worsley here on June 1961. This was the first Royal wedding in York Minster since King Edward III married Philippa of Hainault there in 1328.

The ancient fortifications that surround York’s historic centre are the longest and most complete city walls in England. Walk along the amazingly preserved structure and imagine yourself as a patrolling Roman guard, medieval archer or a soldier dodging cannonballs during the Civil War. First built in Roman times around 71 AD, then mostly replaced by medieval stonework, the walls stretch for over two miles. It takes about two hours to walk the full circuit. Expect incredible views of the cathedral, weaving medieval streets and stunning gardens of the city of York.

Dramatic views soon are the order of the day at Sutton Bank National Park, from the lush vale of York and Mowbray, to the Pennine mountain range and hills brooding in the distance. Soaring above you, you’ll see the gliders of the Yorkshire Gliding Club and below, Kilburn White Horse, the largest turf-cut hill figure in England. On a clear day this is a breathtaking vista and on a clear night countless stars glitter at this Dark Sky Discovery Site.

Newham Grange Farm is home to different animals from goats and llamas to pigs and sheep, all which you can meet and help feed. With adventure playgrounds, a cafe, and a woodland walk, this is the perfect place for a day out with the family.


Time travel to days gone by along one of Europe’s best-preserved medieval shopping streets, with sweet cafés and quirky shops. Once voted ‘Britain’s most picturesque street', The Shambles is a totally unique experience dating back to the 15th century. The street was once home to many butchers’ shops and was made narrow by design to keep the meat fresh and out of direct sunlight.

For a more modern retail experience, there are an array of shopping centre across the region, offering all the high street favourites, designer outlet stores and large supermarkets, so that’s the weekly shop sorted!


Major transport hubs - York, Middlesbrough and Darlington - offer services by train to other cities in the UK, including London and Newcastle. By road, the region is easily accessible by the A1(M) and M62 motorways, as well as plenty of major A roads snaking through the county.

For those wanting to travel further afield or in search of sunnier climes, Leeds Bradford Airport is less than an hour away by car.


Taste the freshest seafood at nautically themed Golden Grid. A great selection of specialty fish dishes, an extensive wine list, great views and atmosphere, and an 'On Market Fish License' (which allows the restaurant to buy the freshest fish direct from the fishermen) are on offer here.

One of the oldest inns in the North York Moors, sited high above Rosedale and Farndale, with spectacular views everywhere you turn, The Lion Inn on Blakey Ridge offers hearty pub grub, beers and ales - the perfect fuel for walkers in the moors.

Visit Malton and enjoy food made just for you in Talbot Yard Food Court; discover the irresistible flavours of artisanal ice cream, freshly baked bread, locally brewed beer and freshly crafted Italian ravioli.

Set in the rolling Yorkshire Wolds, Ryedale Vineyard’s sunny home is the key to producing England’s most northerly wines. This independent, family-run vineyard has been in operation since 2009, using grapes from Paradise Farm.

Whether for a wine tasting or for a vineyard tour, there’s something for all ages to enjoy here.

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