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Tel code: 01642 | code search
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Dubliners
"stayed at this pub as it was a cheap b&bl, however when i arived there was no assistance at all, i noticed the bartender 'luke' didnt give us any assisatnce, ..." More

The Roundel
"have been a regular at this pub for several years, but as usual, every winter, it must be thecoldest pub in the country. people will not come in at winter ..." More

Oddfellows
"Shanghai Inn @ Oddfellows - We visited the chinese restaurant within the Oddfellows for a buffet meal to find a refurbished restaurant which is much brighter and more welcoming. ..." More

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Thornaby-on-Tees is situated between Stockton On Tees and Middlesbrough, close to Ingleby Barwick, Acklam, Billingham and Norton in the north-east of England, in Teesside, the area formerly known as Cleveland, in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees. The meaning of the name stems from the village of Thornaby being originally settled by a Viking called Thormad or Thormoth, of Danish origin. The name was spelled in various ways over the centuries including Turmozbi, Thormozbi and Tormozbia in the eleventh century. Later spellings included Thormodby, Thormodebi, Thormotebi, Thormotheby and Thormotby. The form Thornaby first appears in 1665 and refers to old Thornaby village near the River Tees. Old Thornaby was initially built around St Peters Church and the old village green but In the nineteenth century, it was gradually overshadowed by the burgeoning town of South Stockton on the Yorkshire side of the Tees opposite Stockton on Tees. In 1825 it became the site of a pottery and quickly grew with the establishment of shipbuilding and engineering in the area. South Stockton gradually grew so big that eventually, the little village of Thornaby got swallowed up. In 1892 South Stockton and Old Thornaby merged into one to form the municipal borough of Thornaby on Tees.

Care Home

The Poplars Nursing Home

Farmers Market

Thornaby Farmers Market

Golf Club

Teesside Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

David Lloyd Leisure

Pub and Bar

Dubliners
Griffin
Lord Westbury
Market Tavern
Oddfellows
Roundell
Spitfire
Thornaby-on-Tees National Reserve and Patriotic Club
Traders (Middlesbrough - Teesside)

Restaurant

Chico Pizzeria
Dynasty’s Restaurant
Griffin
Roundell
Spitfire
The Roundel
Traders (Middlesbrough - Teesside)

School

St Patrick’s RC Comprehensive School
Thornaby C of E School
Village Primary School

Taxi

Barwick Taxis
Eagle
Royal Cars

Sports Clubs

Thornaby (Amateur Football)

Shops

Gibbon Butchers
H Newbould Ltd
Shirley's Bouquets
Forget-me-not Floral Designs
Peter Milburn Pharmacy
Azaad Kashmir Halal Food Store
Patricia
Saks Hair & Beauty
Pier 22 Cafe

Places to Stay near Thornaby

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Sporting Lodge Inn Middlesbrough (1.56 miles)

Sporting Lodge Inn Middlesbrough
Sporting lodge Inns Middlesbrough has 135 en-suite bedrooms accompanied by free Wi-Fi and a unique bar and restaurant. The Old Poste House Bar & Grill offers Lunch & Snack, A La Carte & Tenner Feast ... More | visit website
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Apartments4you (1.66 miles)

Apartments4you

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This is a Apartments4you maisonette town house for rent in Stockton area close to Yarm. Apartments4you have introduced this new concept to the market place providing spacious serviced ... More

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Premier Inn Stockton-on-Tees West (1.67 miles)

Located within easy reach of the A19 and A66; this Premier Inn is close to the Riverside stadium and within walking distance of Durham University. For shops and local amenities Stockton-On-Tees town centre is only ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Stockton-on-Tees / Middlesbrough (1.81 miles)

For shops and local amenities Stockton-on-Tees town centre is only 1.5 miles away from this hotel. Conveniently located 15 miles from Durham Tees Valley Airport. Well situated for Thornaby train station. Our Stockton-On-Tees/Middlesbrough Premier Inn has ... More | visit website
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Blue Bell Lodge Hotel (2.10 miles)

Blue Bell Lodge Hotel

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A family favourite for meeting, eating, drinking and socialising. The 60 bedroomed hotel offers a whole host of entertainment in its spacious lounge, bar, two meeting rooms ... More

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The Blue Bell Lodge (2.10 miles)

The Blue Bell Lodge
Just off the A19, ideally situated for local attractions and sightseeing. Close to Middlesbrough town Centre so also good for business customers. ... More | visit website
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Metro Inn Teesside (2.33 miles)

Metro Inn Teesside

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Convenient located for Teeside with good rail and road links, this friendly hotel is your premier choice for value hotel accommodation, ideal for business or leisure needs. Take a break from other ... More

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Claireville Hotel (2.42 miles)

Claireville Hotel
The Claireville Hotel is a friendly family-run commercial hotel. Situated in the residential area of Eaglescliffe, on the A135 between Stockton-on-Tees and Yarm. A short walk from Eaglescliffe Railway Station and only a ... More | visit website
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The Old Mill - Luxury Serviced Accomodation (2.49 miles)

The Old Mill - Luxury Serviced Accomodation

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Offering a self catering house with 3 double bedrooms with one main bathroom and one ensuite.. The house can comfortably accommodate up to 6 individuals. This is a great alternative ... More

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Parkmore Hotel (2.70 miles)

Parkmore Hotel
Relax and unwind at the Best Western Parkmore hotel, originally an old victorian house, now tastefully converted into a luxury hotel with superb leisure and gymnasium facilities, and award winning restaurant. Situated opposite eaglescliffe golf ... More | visit website

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