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Set in the rich farmland of Herriot Country, you would be forgiven for thinking Northallerton is the perfect place for a sedate country escape. But instead this thriving and bustling market town is full of life and is an ideal base for visitors to explore the nearby moors, historical cities and picturesque villages.
Northallerton Market On a Wednesday and a Saturday, head to this booming market
Mount Grace Priory This unusual monastery is perfect for a relaxing and peaceful day out
Market Day If you fancy buying your own food then Northallerton’s twice weekly market is the place to go for fresh quality produce.
Northallerton has a rich and varied heritage with some beautiful buildings including the Church of All Saints which dates from 1120 and The Fleece Inn, one of the oldest pubs in the town, and played host to Charles Dickens in the mid 19th Century. The wide Georgian High Street is dotted with independent shops and high street chains and is also lined with a mix of eateries from pub grub to some lovely restaurants and traditional tea rooms, including the famous chain, Bettys.
A central part of Northallerton life is the twice weekly market which is popular with visitors and local's alike keen to pick up the fresh quality produce. And don't worry if you see cows in the high street as there is still a cattle market held in the town as well! There are plenty of other attractions nearby including Fountains Abbey and Middleham Castle in Wensleydale. For some truly arresting architecture, then Mount Grace Priory is well worth checking out - it's considered to be best-preserved Carthusian house in England. High above the monastery ruins lies the Lady Chapel, which is a perfect spot for those seeking tranquility and natural beauty.
When it comes to exploring the countryside, both the Dales and the Moors are at your fingertips offering plenty of opportunities for walking. The beautiful nearby village of Osmotherley is close to the Coast to Coast path, the Cleveland Way and the starting point to the Lyke Wake Walk. Or for a more relaxing way to discover the countryside, The Wensleydale Railway, runs between Leeming Bar and Redmire in the Yorkshire Dales, offering a scenic and pleasant journey through Herriot Country. Getting to the Wensleydale Railway couldn't be easier, there's a half hourly bus service from Northallerton to Leeming Bar, which takes just 14 minutes.
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