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Ampleforth is a village and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire. Noted for it's scenery and the famous Ampleforth Abbey - it also contains one of Britain's northern-most apple orchards. With a small, yet friendly population, this area encapsulates all that is great about Yorkshire villages.
Ampleforth Magnificent views of the rolling hills
Ampleforth Visit the magnificent Ampleforth Abbey
Ampleforth Delicious apples grown in the orchard
Ampleforth Ampleforth Abbey looking majestic in Autumn
Ampleforth Scenic walks around one of the Ampleforth lakes.
Ampleforth Abbey is a monastery of Benedictine Monks in Ampleforth, North Yorkshire and part of the English Benedictine Congregation. The monastery set up a school at Ampleforth in 1802. It is now the co-educational independent boarding school Ampleforth College.
Apples have been grown at Ampleforth, the country's northern-most commercial orchard, for well over one hundred years. Today, the orchard covers more than 2 hectares, with some 2,000 trees and more than 40 varieties of apples, including Ribston Pippin, originating from a tree grown locally at Ribston Hall in the 17th century, Ashmead's Kernal, Vista Bella, and Beauty of Bath. Some of the apples are sold to visitors and others are juiced or used in the production of Ampleforth Abbey Cider and Ampleforth Cider Brandy.
Ampleforth village is lucky in that it has two pubs within the village. The White Horse Inn is a traditional country pub with roaring log fires, oakbeamed ceilings, flagstone floors and flickering candles. Pete and Nikki have created a lovely warm friendly atmosphere making it the ideal place to relax and unwind.The delicious locally sourced homecooked food is freshly prepared to order and offers great value for money. Handpulled ales include Timothy Taylor and Blacksheep and all fine wines are served by the glass. The White Swan is a large, friendly and relaxed public house, boasting excellent quality, value for money food.
The top place to stay in Ampleforth is Carr House Farm. It stands idyllic in an acre of garden and orchards and is surrounded by rolling green acres of farmland and ancient bluebell woodland in the North York Moors National Park. Recently Carr House Farm was chosen as one of Countryfile's Top 10 UK farmstays and is also home to a selection of Cuckavalda gundogs that love being taken for walks.
There's nowhere else on earth quite like the North York Moors National Park. Where else can you experience a landscape where stunning moorland, ancient abbeys and picturesque villages live side by side in such perfect harmony? It's a living, breathing scene that will take your breath away.