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County - North Yorkshire | Map
Tel code: 01944 | code search
Postcode: YO17 | code search
Population: 390
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Folk Customs:
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Scarborough Skipping Day

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Bluebell Inn
"we had a family meal here to celebrate a special event but it was ruined by the extremely rude behaviour of the landlord(which after reading other reviews is a common ..." More

Bluebell Inn
"My second visit to the Bluebell (Didn't believe mine host's attitude at the first attempt). The food and service was only fair. We were asked to vacate the table on completion of ..." More

Bluebell Inn
"This is our first time here since it has been renovated. We were plesantly surprised how nice its was. The food and the service were faultless. We would certainly recommend ..." More

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The Ryedale village of Weaverthorpe, at the south eastern corner of North Yorkshire, has a history going back to Saxon times and probably beyond, given that Bronze Age relics have been found nearby. Probably named for a Wolfrith, denoting this was originally a Norse settlement, there is thought to have been an early Saxon church built in the village. The current church, St Andrew’s, is a rather curious structure, part Saxon, and part Norman, with a strange tower from which the interior staircase bulges as if it was something of an afterthought. The grey stones of the church are striking, and it is well worth passing through the quaint lych-gate and going inside to see in particular the curved and painted roof. Substantial enough to have retained its post office and primary school, Weaverthorpe also has two pubs, The Bluebell Inn being noted for its food. There is a little stream running through the middle of the village, alongside the main street. Although it is well away from main roads, and none the worse for that, Weaverthorpe provides a good base for exploring the Wolds, and the beautiful coast just a short drive east, with Filey, Flamborough, Bridlington and Scarborough all within striking distance.

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Bluebell Inn

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Weaverthorpe C of E Primary School

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The Old Mill Hotel & Restaurant (3.12 miles)

The Old Mill Hotel & Restaurant

A country hotel situated on the Yorkshire Wolds surrounded by open fields and rolling countryside. The hotel has nine luxury en-suite rooms and a restaurant serving meals at lunchtime and evenings.

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Wold Cottage (5.02 miles)

Wold Cottage
Katrina and Derek Gray and their family would like to welcome you to their beautiful Georgian farmhouse, The Wold Cottage at Wold Newton, near Driffield, East Yorkshire.

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Rose Cottage (6.60 miles)

Rose Cottage
Set at the foot of the picturesque Yorkshire Wolds, the subject for much of David Hockney's work, Rose Cottage is an ideal touring base for the East Coast, York and the North Yorkshire Moors, Rose ... More | visit website
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Little Manor Cottage at Manor Farm Cottages (6.85 miles)

Little Manor Cottage at Manor Farm Cottages

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Enjoying delightful countryside views and a peaceful village setting, these two charming cottages have been created from former barns on a non working farm, just 12 miles ... More

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Kilham Hall (7.42 miles)

Kilham Hall

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In a quiet corner of rural England lies the beautiful and relatively undiscovered Yorkshire Wolds, and here far from the madding crowd you find Kilham Hall in its stunning landscaped ... More

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The Downe Arms Hotel (7.74 miles)

The Downe Arms Hotel

The Downe Arms Hotel sits on the edge of the magnificent Yorkshire Moors National Park, and yet is only six miles from the coast. A perfect location whether you fancy walking the Cleveland Way along ... More | visit website

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Danby & Liverton Estate (7.78 miles)

Danby & Liverton Estate

Situated in the North York Moors National Park, The Danby & Liverton Estate, with its ruined 14th century castle, was first acquired by the family of the present owner, Viscount Downe, in 1656 and at ... More

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Chestnut Cottage Bed and Breakfast (8.70 miles)

Chestnut Cottage Bed and Breakfast
Your Hosts offer you a warm welcome to Chestnut Cottage. This delightful country cottage offers an ideal base to explore the spectacular Yorkshire coast line, nearby forests, picturesque villages, or the North York Moors National ... More | visit website
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East Ayton Lodge Country House (8.92 miles)

East Ayton Lodge Country House

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Standing in four acres of grounds in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the lodge is ideally suited for a peaceful relaxing break.Situated minutes away from Scarborough and a spectacular ... More

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Fimber Gate Bed and Breakfast (9.09 miles)

Fimber Gate Bed and Breakfast

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A former railway gatekeeper's cottage, this single storey accommodation enjoys rural views of the Yorkshire Wolds. It has recently been extended and fully updated to give a comfortable and relaxing ... More

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