Stainton House - Guest House

2 Hemlington Road, Stainton, Middlesbrough, TS8 9AJ, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Middlesbrough

After seeing the town, have a...

by Rob47

After seeing the town, have a ride into the countryside and to Helmsley, a nearby small market town because the scenery en route is fantastic. I miss the view from my house of the Cleveland Hills when I am away.

What? Another Great Bridge?

by steventilly

Newport Bridge.
What is it with Middlesbrough and bridges? Not one, but two unique styles of bridge (The Transporter is one of only two, the Newport Bridge is the only one of it's kind).

After the chemical works at the top of this page, this is usually the other thing most people see as they approach middlesbrough, but few realise it's a bridge!

The whole bridge lifts up on great chains at each end, or at least it used to. The cost of maintainig it became too great and it no longer operates. Still looks good though!

A Stone's Throw From Peace

by BalkanJazz

If you're based in Middlesbrough or Teesside then you have the advantage of being within an hour's drive of a variety of beautiful areas.

If you like the coastline then take your pick of anywhere between Redcar to Scarborough to the South and anywhere from Seaton Carew to South Shields to the North. It can be a bit windswept at times, but that's half of the attraction!! What do you expect to do? Sunbathe?!

If you like tranquility then you're a short drive from the Cleveland Hills and North York Moors. Again, the Moors can be an acquired taste because of their somewhat bleak appearance, but the Cleveland Hills provide great views from almost their whole length. Like any National Park, the Moors have their 'honeypots', such as Helmsley or Whitby, although officially these town are just outside of the Park itself. Be especially aware of the large group of motorcycle enthusiasts that congregate inHelmsley on weekends!! Unless you're a motorcyclist of course......

Visit the Trincomalee at the...

by margaretvn

Visit the Trincomalee at the Historic Quay in Hartlepool.The Trincomalee is the last of Nelson's frigates.
This sailing frigate was built of teak in 1817 in India. She sailed the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans. She is the oldest ship alfoat in the U.K. The ship has been restored but over 60% is still original,She was actually based at Hartlepool from 1862 - 1877.

The village of Marton, which...

by steventilly

The village of Marton, which is now engulfed by Middlesbrough, was the birthplace of captain James Cook, who discovered Austrailia and charted much of the Soyuth Pacific. There is a 'Captain Cook Trail' which visits Marton, Great Ayton & Whitby and is worth a look, if only because it gets you out of Middlesbrough.


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