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Herriot Country covers some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK. From the grand sweeping hills and rich valleys of the world famous North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales to the charming market towns and picturesque villages of Thirsk, Northallerton, Easingwold, Great Ayton, Bedale and Stokesley, expect stunning scenery and a warm welcome to 'God's Own Country'.
Read more about the members of Herriot Country's Tourism Group and what they can offer on your next stay in the area.
Nestling between the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors, this traditional Yorkshire market town was the home of renowned vet, James Herriot.
Set in the rich farmland of Herriot Country, this thriving and bustling market town, is full of life and is an ideal base for visitors to explore the nearby moors.
Shop for delicious local cheeses in the cobbled square, explore the unique 12th century church or take in Yorkshire's finest scenery from the winding Wensleydale railway.
This attractive Georgian market town is tucked away at the foot of the Howardian Hills. Easingwold is one of Yorkshire little gems and a food lovers' paradise.
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Great Ayton is a popular place for walkers and outdoor lovers alike and a perfect base for exploring the North York Moors.
An elegant market town, peppered with impressive Georgian and Victorian buildings and known as a gateway to the North York Moors.
This attractive Georgian market town is found at the very tip of North Yorkshire. Yarm is one of Yorkshire's best gems and a food lovers' paradise.
The Yorkshire Dales is home to outstanding scenery, a rich cultural heritage and a breathtakingly peaceful atmosphere. At its heart are two very special protected areas - Yorkshire Dales National Park and Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
All Saints Church
Dating from the 12th century, this Grade I listed church retains much of its original fabric including a fine Romanesque south nave...
Beningbrough Hall and Gardens
Imposing Georgian mansion, built in 1716 & contains one of the most impressive Baroque interiors in England.
Big Sheep & Little Cow Farm Attraction
All weather farm attraction, informal guided tours, quad bike rides for over 6 years old and an indoor adventure and play area.
Black Sheep Brewery
Black Sheep Brewery Visitor Centre is the ideal place for a 'ewe-nique' day out! Shepherded tours, fully licensed Bistro & Baa...r...
Captain Cook Schoolroom Museum
A reconstruction of an early 18th Century schoolroom, housed in a 1785 building on the site of the school which James Cook attended....
Falconry UK Birds of Prey Centre
Birds of prey centre with over 70 birds from 30 species including eagles, vultures and owls. Resident falconers give daily flying demonstrations...
17th Century Kiplin Hall was built by George Calvert, Secretary of State to James 1, founder of Maryland. The hall is furnished as...
Monk Park Farm Visitor Centre
Open farm in Hambleton Hills offering indoor and outdoor viewing and feeding areas, wild fowl lake, tea room, play area and picnic...
Mouseman Visitor Centre
Find the famous mouse, past and present, in the beautifully restored village joiners shop. Newly extended to accommodate a quality...
The Ritz is constantly looking forward and is proud to continue the tradition of cinema in Hambleton and North Yorkshire The Ritz today...
The Medieval house where Laurence Sterne wrote Tristram Shandy. The house is a lived in museum, with gallery and shop and is surrounded...
St Gregory's Church
The fortified tower of St Gregory's, built as a place of refuge against the Scots in 1330, dominates the north end of Bedale's market...
St Mary's Church
An outstanding example of Perpendicular Gothic architecture, completed in 1480 and largely unaltered since it was built. The church...
Sutton Park is a lovely early Georgian stately home. The beautiful gardens are renowned and have won many awards. Silver Gilt Award,...
The Lund Gallery
The gallery occupies converted dairy buildings on a small holding 20 mins drive north from York, just outside the market town of Easingwold....
Exhibits of local life, industry and cricket memorabilia. The building was the home of Thomas Lord, founder of Lords cricket ground...
Thorp Perrow Arboretum & Falconry Centre
Important collection of 1,300 different species of trees and shrubs set in 85 acres. Trees and shrubs for flower, foliage and autumn...
World of James Herriot
Explore the home and surgery of James Herriot in 1950's themed rooms. Experience hands on activities and fun in the visible farm. Try...
Yorkshire Gliding Club
Lessons or courses need to be booked in advance. 20 mins. air experience trial flights available.
Herriot Country is ideal as a base to tour and explore the Moors and Dales of North Yorkshire, as well as the market towns and nearby historic city of York. The unspoilt landscape is perfect for cycling or walking - either a gentle stroll to the nearest pub or a memorable adventure on one of many trails. The exceptional beauty of the unspoilt landscapes reveals a distinctive natural ruggedness and endearing character waiting to be explored.
Herriot Country takes its name from one of the world's best-loved vets, James Herriot. With its beautiful countryside and pretty market towns including Northallerton, Easingwold, Great Ayton and Stokesley, it's easy to see why Herriot Country is one of Yorkshire's most popular destinations for a short break. With historic houses, family attractions, heritage and delicious locally produced food and drink, it's a great place to explore and experience a true warm Yorkshire welcome. The beauty of the unspoilt landscapes reveals a distinctive natural ruggedness and endearing character waiting to be explored.
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