Kiplin Hall
Kiplin Hall

Richmond is North Yorkshire’s most splendid Georgian market town, its riches including a theatre from that era, though there are many sights of greater antiquity including the river running through the settlement and its fine old castle... Read More

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Shoulder of Mutton Inn

Shoulder of Mutton Inn
Set in the picturesque village of Kirby Hill, the 18th century Shoulder of Mutton Inn offers traditional accommodation with full English breakfast, excellent home-cooked meals and hand-pull real ales. The Inn makes an ideal ... More | Double Room: From £27.50 - £32.50 (discounted 2 or more nights)
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Scotch Corner Hotel

Scotch Corner Hotel

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The landmark, ivy-covered Scotch Corner Hotel is ideally located on the A1/A66 junction in close proximity to Darlington and Catterick with Newcastle, York, Leeds and Middlesbrough just a short drive ... More

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Kings Head Hotel

Kings Head Hotel

Overlooking Richmond's cobbled market square, and the Norman castle, this charming Georgian hotel full of character and warmth is only 4 miles from the A1. Offering an excellent and newly-furnished restaurant, an exciting new menu and ... More | visit website

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