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Tel code: 01609 | code search
Postcode: DL6/DL7 | code search
Population: 16000
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Birthplace of:
Thomas Rymer
Joanne Jackson

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Folk Customs:
Bainbridge Horn Ceremony
Goathland Plough Stots
Ripon Hornblower
Scarborough Skipping Day

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Aroma Restaurant
"The place looks nice, however the food is bad taste of the dishes tasted very bland certinaly no aroma.

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Station Hotel
"very unpleasant and extremely short visit to this pub which was once a very pleasant and enjoyable pub to eat or drink at. I have never experienced such rudeness from ..." More

Nags Head
"I went into this establishment on Wednesday 21st July on good recommendation and was not disappointed. I was recommended the homemade steak pie and really couldn't complain, there was enough meat ..." More

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The county town of North Yorkshire and the largest market town in the district, Northallerton is set in the rich farmland of the Vale of Mowbray. Due to its strategic position, the town has received many monarchs as they’ve travelled from the south to the north of England. They included Queen Margaret in 1502 and Charles I twice – once as a royal guest, then again in 1647 as a prisoner on his way to trial and execution.

There are several interesting buildings in the town including the Church of All Saints at the northern end of the High Street, which dates from 1120 and The Fleece Inn which played host to Charles Dickens in the mid 19th Century. Today the town has a reputation for quality shopping and eating establishments and holds a twice-weekly market along both sides of the broad high street every Wednesday and Saturday. Ample free car parking is available in Northallerton, within easy walking distance of the town centre.


Mount Grace Priory
Wensleydale Railway plc

Care Home

Beechwood Nursing Home
Mount Vale


Dance - Planet Dance


Club Amadeus


Hambleton District Council
North Yorkshire County Council


Dental Practice
Hampsteads Dental Care
Malpas House Dental Surgeons

Estate Agent

Gledhill's of Northallerton
Harmer Mortimer
Northallerton Auctions Ltd
Sanderson Townend & Gilbert

Farmers Market

Northallerton Farmers Market

Golf Club

Romanby Golf Club


Black Swan Inn
Corner House Hotel
The Dog and Gun

Three Tuns


Northallerton Country Market
Northallerton Farmers Market
Northallerton Market

Pub and Bar

Buck Inn
Fox & Hounds Inn
Golden Lion Inn
Grange Arms
Green Tree Inn
Jolly Minister
Masons Arms
Nags Head
Station Hotel
Tap And Spile
The Fleece Inn
Tickle Toby Inn


Aroma Restaurant
Bangla Fusion
Fox & Hounds Inn
Solberge Hall Hotel

Tickle Toby Inn
Tithe Brasserie


Coles Solicitors


AAA Taxis
AAR Taxis
Alfa Taxis
Brompton Taxis
Dales Taxis Ltd
Denns Cabs
K Cabs


Mile House Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Northallerton RUFC (Rugby Union)


The Northallerton Book Shop
W H Smith Ltd
Thompson & Franks Flowers
Spring House Farm Shop
Ellis Landscapes
Dorothy Perkins

Vaughan-Watson Water Gardens
Richard Crosland
Dennis & Parry
Hare's Studio
Country Originals
Hook House Farm
Low Leases Organic Farm
Stamfrey Farm Organic Produce
Manor House Farm
Fat Face


Collectors Corner


Ministry of Paintball(Adventure)
Thirsk Bowmen(Archery)

Places to Stay near Northallerton

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The Golden Lion Hotel (0.36 miles)

The Golden Lion Hotel
The Golden Lion is located in the centre of Northallerton, a traditional bustling market town, full of character and antiquity.

When you first see the Georgian facade of the Golden Lion overlooking the market place in ... More | visit website
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Allerton Court Hotel (0.45 miles)

Allerton Court Hotel
Positioned just a moments drive from the railway station (with a direct service from London), conveniently between the A19 and A1motorways and just a short drive from Durham Tees Valley Airport, Allerton Court Hotel can ... More | visit website
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The Village Inn (1.55 miles)

The Village Inn
Only 4 miles from the scenic North York Moors National Park, The Village Inn provides bright, airy rooms with free Wi-Fi. An on-site restaurant and pub serving home-cooked food and real ales. With a private guest ... More | visit website
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Solberge Hall Hotel (2.02 miles)

Solberge Hall Hotel

In the midst of glorious Yorkshire countryside a few miles from the market towns of Northallerton and Thirsk, the hotel stands proudly at the end of its own sweeping driveway.

Once a Georgian country house, ... More | visit website

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Black Swan Inn (4.09 miles)

Black Swan Inn

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Set in the tranquil village of Thornton-Le-Moor surrounded by countyside and close to the North Yorkshire Moors and Dales. Only 4 miles from Northallerton and 5 miles from Thirsk, famous ... More

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Corner House Hotel (5.65 miles)

Corner House Hotel

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The Corner House Hotel is situated within easy access of the North Yorkshire Dales and Yorkshire Moors in the heart of Leeming Bar village.Our friendly pub enjoys an informal environment ... More

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White Rose Hotel (5.72 miles)

White Rose Hotel
The White Rose Hotel at Leeming Bar is situated in the heart of North Yorkshire, just moments from the A1, Scotch Corner and the Yorkshire Dales making it ideally located for both business and leisure ... More | visit website

Three Tuns (5.76 miles)

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Somerset House Farm (6.03 miles)

Somerset House Farm

Somerset House Farm is situated on the outskirts of the village of Ingleby Arncliffe with fantastic views towards the Cleveland Hills. We are set in our own substantial landscaped grounds, with the large fish pond as the ... More | visit website

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Lodge At Leeming Bar (6.07 miles)

Lodge At Leeming Bar

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Situated next to the A1, this lodge with restaurant is an excellent place to stay whether travelling north or south and is ideally placed for the Yorkshire Dales, Bedale, York, ... More

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