VISIT Easingwold- Yorkshire at its best

By Car


The A19 runs past Easingwold and connects with the A1237 York ring road, and the A64 to join the Al/M1 and M62 motorway network. From the north, head south on the A1 turning off on the A168 and then onto the A19. Alternatively head south on the A19 from Tyneside or Teeside. Easingwold is on the A19 just 13 miles north off York.


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Free Parking

Currently Easingold has completely free unlimited parking available.

Click on the map below for a full size parking map of Easingwold

By Rail

York Station is a well known and major junction of many UK rail routes. Frequent buses stop close to the station which then whisk you into Easingwold Market Square.

Useful numbers and websites. Tel. 0845 748 4950 Tel. 0845 678 6974

York Railway Station & Servicea

By Bus

National Express Coaches to London, Glasgow, Hull and other destinations run through York or Thirsk. From either stop you can get a quick connecting bus service to Easingwold. Easingwold Tourist Information can help you with bus timetables of these and other services in the vicinity.

Fore details of national coach services contact National Express Coaches or the Traveline service on 0871 200 22 33.

For more local bus services between York or Thirsk and Easingwold, there are a number of options.

Bus Timetables between Easingwold & the surrounding Villages and York

  • Route 31X, Easingwold to York Direct
  • Route 29, Easingwold to York via western villages
  • Route 29A, Easingwold to York via far western villages
  • Route 31X, Easingwold to Helperby, Husthwaite, Coxwold, Byland Abbey, Wass & Ampleforth
  • Route 30, Easingwold to York via Alne & Tollerton
  • Route 40, Easingwold to York via eastern villages


A wider tourist bus service covers the dales, called the Dales Bus in the summer season. Leave your car and enjoy the national parks by bus!


Click for more information on The George Hotel in Easingwold

Visit The George at Easingwold, and enjoy an inn renowned for its accommodation, fine food and friendly staff. You are assured the very best of Yorkshire hospitality,more.


Easingwold Tourist Information
Chapel Lane
YO61 3AE
Tel 01347 821530
Fax 01347 821530

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It's a fact

Easingwold once had the shortest railway line in England (2.51 miles) but was closed in the 1950’s. The former Station Hotel still stands (now a private house) but the lines have long gone, The name lives on in the nearby “Station Court” housing estate

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