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North East Yorkshire has the ideal mix of all that is good about this county: wonderful countryside, picturesque market towns and breathtaking coastal views. Although perhaps less visited in comparison to other areas within the region, North East Yorkshire packs a punch when it comes to sightseeing and family days out. With such a variety of things to do, this area is a great place to spend a long weekend.
Guisborough is a small market town and civil parish within the unitary authority of Redcar and Cleveland and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. It is the perfect pit stop when travelling from Middlesbrough to coastal resorts like Redcar and Saltburn.
Saltburn stands out for it's fantastic seaside pier. Fish & Chip lovers will be in their element and there is a wide variety of activities you can get up to here, including visiting their local theatre, riding the funicular railway and exploring Teddy's Nook.
Middlesbrough is right at the heart of Teesside and the wider Tees Valley; a hub for culture, entertainment, shopping and dining.
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.
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An elegant market town, peppered with impressive Georgian and Victorian buildings and known as a gateway to the North York Moors.
Great Ayton is a popular place for walkers and outdoor lovers alike and a perfect base for exploring the North York Moors.
Found at the very top right hand corner of Yorkshire, Redcar is a popular place for lovers of the seaside. Steeped in heritage there is plenty of appeal within this small Yorkshire town.
Once one of the largest fishing ports on the North East coast, Staithes’ towering cliffs, quaint, higgledy-piggledy cottages and winding streets lend it the air of a place lost in time.
Whitby Coast Cottages
Enjoy the North Yorkshire Coast and North York Moors by renting a quality holiday cottage or apartment.
A day at the races is the perfect way to celebrate a special event
Captain Cook & Staithes Heritage Centre
The Captain Cook and Staithes Heritage Centre is an amazing treasure chest of memorabilia and antiquities related to the world-famous...
Gisborough Hall Hotel
Dating back to the mid 19th century, this elegant hall has been carefully refurbished and extended to provide a pleasing combination...
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....
Glebe Cottage Tearoom
Light lunches and snacks served allday. 3-4 homemade soups, range of freshly made sandwiches, freshly made omlettes with a wide choice...
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Step back in time with Britain's most popular heritage steam railway. Enjoy stunning scenery along 18 miles of railway through the...
Saltburn Cliff Lift
The Saltburn Cliff Lift is a funicular railway located in Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Redcar and Cleveland
The ruins of an Augustinian priory founded by the Bruce family, afterwards Kings of Scotland. They are dominated by the dramatic skeleton...
Saltburn's Victorian pier was the first iron pier to be built on the North East Coast, is the most northerly surviving British Pier...
Roseberry Topping may not be the biggest hill you'll ever see, but it will certainly be one of the most distinctive.
Nestled on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors is Danby Castle, a historical and unique wedding venue steeped in history and character
Lealholm Railway Station
Lealholm railway station serves the village of Lealholm along with Lealholmside, Fryupdale and Houlsyke in North Yorkshire, England
Saltburn Golf Course
Saltburn Golf Club was founded in 1894 and is located on the outskirts of Saltburn in North Yorkshire.
Winkies Castle Folk Museum
Run by the Friends of Winkies Castle, a warm and friendly welcome awaits all who visit one of the oldest buildings in Marske. This...
Skelton Castle was once a very large fortress, but it was destroyed late in the eighteenth century, and little is known about its original...
The building of Yarm viaduct in 1848 was a remarkable feat of engineering. There were no mechanical excavators or mobile cranes to...
With so many different things to do in North East Yorkshire, there really is something for everyone. For those that enjoy eating out, take advantage of Yarm High Street as it has a wide range of eateries to suit all budgets. Similar to Yarm, but on a smaller scale, Stokesley is another picturesque Yorkshire town worth a visit. Keen walkers should head to this region and aim to visit such places as Great Ayton and, in particular, Roseberry Topping, a distinctive and iconic landmark, which provides a fine panorama across this area of North East Yorkshire.
When you're in this area, you must head East towards the coast for some fresh, sea air, fantastic sights and some of the best fish and chips the county has to offer. The beaches are beautiful, especially in Summer, and keen photographers will likely snap some stunning images from places such as Redcar, Marske-by-the-sea, Staithes and Saltburn.