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Private North York Moors and Whitby Day Trip from York
"This guided Day Trip from York provides the perfect opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city to explore the scenic and picturesque North York Moors National Park and the fishing port of Whitby. The tour operates with max 15 passenge and WiFi. 9:00am: The tour departs from opposite the Dean Court Hotel in central York (or an alternative location in York of your choice) and heads off into the Vale of York to the famous Kilburn White Horse on the boundary of the North York Moors National Park to take photos and learn about its history before heading for Helmsley.The tour stops in the picturesque market town of Helmsley for 45 minutes where you can view the medieval castle explore the quaint shops or just have a leisurely Yorkshire Brew - the choice is yours!You leave Helmsley and head up over the North York Moors with photo stops en route to enjoy the spectacular landscape leading to the seaside town of Whitby passing the 16th century Lion Inn on Blakey Ridge (the highest point on the moors) and Ralph's Cross. As you arrive in Whitby
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Private North York Moors and Whitby Day Trip from York
"This guided Day Trip from York provides the perfect opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city to explore the scenic and picturesque North York Moors National Park and the fishing port of Whitby. The tour operates with max 15 passenge and WiFi. 9:00am: The tour departs from opposite the Dean Court Hotel in central York (or an alternative location in York of your choice) and heads off into the Vale of York to the famous Kilburn White Horse on the boundary of the North York Moors National Park to take photos and learn about its history before heading for Helmsley.The tour stops in the picturesque market town of Helmsley for 45 minutes where you can view the medieval castle explore the quaint shops or just have a leisurely Yorkshire Brew - the choice is yours!You leave Helmsley and head up over the North York Moors with photo stops en route to enjoy the spectacular landscape leading to the seaside town of Whitby passing the 16th century Lion Inn on Blakey Ridge (the highest point on the moors) and Ralph's Cross. As you arrive in Whitby
From GBP495.00
 
Private North York Moors and Whitby Day Trip from Leeds
"Explore the scenic and picturesque North York Moors National Park and the fishing port of Whitby on this private guided tour. Pickup from your hotel in Leeds by your private driver and car at 8:30am. Head to Kilburn White Horse on the boundary of the North York Moors National Park. Take photos and learn about its history before traveling to Helmsley. Stop in the picturesque market town of Helmsley (45-minutes) where you can see the medieval castle explore the quaint shops or have a leisurely Yorkshire brew in one of the cafes. Leave Helmsley and travel to the North York Moors.View spectacular landscapes while en route to the seaside town of Whitby. Pass the 16th century Lion Inn on Blakey
From GBP545.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Middlesbrough

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The LAKE DISTRICT

The Lake District National Park covers an area of around 885 square miles. It is the biggest of 11 national parks which found in England and Wales. You will find over 1,800 miles of footpaths winding...
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Durham Cathedral

This is a magnificent Norman Cathedral and one of the best in Europe. Built in 1093, it is the shrine of St Cuthbert and together with Durham Castle, is a World Heritage Site. The tower was rebuilt...
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COUNTY DURHAM

County Durham is part of the ancient Northern Kingdom of Northumbria which is the border area between England and Scotland. For many centuries, the county was ruled by vice-regal Prince Bishops who...
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Low Force

Low Force is a waterfall on the River Tees. It is not quite as powerful as it used to be due to a dam being built further upstream but is still a spectacular sight. The dam was built to help preserve...
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A Stone's Throw From Peace

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...
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Natures World

Aimed more at local people i think this is deffinatly worth a trip if you are into 'green' issues. A little like a garden but with more too do. The theme is environmentally friendly. They are heavily...
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Kirkstone Pass

Kirkstone Pass reaches an altitude of 454m / 1489ft . There are fabulous views as you drive through this area.The Kirkstone Pass Inn is on the main road which goes through the Kirkstone Pass and over...
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Durham Castle

Durham Castle dates back to 1072 when the castle was the seat of the prince Bishops. It was considerably extended and improved into a lavish residence. The Great Hall was built in 13th century and in...
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Hartlepool

Hartlepool's origins can be traced back to the 640 AD. The Norman church of St Hilda dates from 1185 and stands on a prominent place on the headland. Hartlepool was formed by the amalgamation of two...
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Stokesley

Stokesley is a small market town of Cleveland, consisting chiefly of one broad street, running east and west and the river Leven (known for its trout) runs parallel to the High Street. The buildings...
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Chris Rea of Middlesbrough

British singer Chris Rea is from Middlesbrough and I can't stand his music. His parents used to have an ice cream shop in the centre of Middlesbrough. You can see the building the shop was in on this...
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Mount Grace Priory

Mount Grace Priory - just off the A19 when heading south from Middlesbrough. It is a 14th century priory and you can see the cells in which the monks lived. There is an exhibition which tells the...
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Guisborough Priory

Guisborough Priory - this is about 12 miles from Middlesbrough just off the A174. It is another example of gothic architecture that is found in this reason. It was founded in 1119. It came into ruin...
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If you're a fan of walking,...

If you're a fan of walking, pretty countryside and lakes, then Gormire is worth a visit... Head out of Thirsk towards Sutton Bank and then turn for Thirlby when you reach Sutton-Under-Whitestone-Cliff...
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Barnard Castle Castle was built around 1125. AD. It is high above the river Tees in town. Today it is cared for by English Heritage ,there is an entry fee.,unless you like castle ruins not much to...
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