VISIT Easingwold- Yorkshire at its best

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  • Winning local cheeses from Thirsk  » Click to zoom ->

    Winning local cheeses from Thirsk

  • Stay in Easingwold & vist the Great Yorkshire Show, nearby in Harrogate  » Click to zoom ->

    Stay in Easingwold & vist the Great Yorkshire Show, nearby in Harrogate

  • "Poet-trees" at the arts-fest in Tollerton Village  » Click to zoom ->

    "Poet-trees" at the arts-fest in Tollerton Village

  • Village Crafts a-plenty in the village of Tollerton arts-fest  » Click to zoom ->

    Village Crafts a-plenty in the village of Tollerton arts-fest

  • View over Yearlsey Forest from Ampleforth  » Click to zoom ->

    View over Yearlsey Forest from Ampleforth

  • Walking near Oldstead with observation hill in the background  » Click to zoom ->

    Walking near Oldstead with observation hill in the background

  • The White Horse of Kilburn from Kilburn Village (actually in the Mouseman exhibition rear tea garden)  » Click to zoom ->

    The White Horse of Kilburn from Kilburn Village (actually in the Mouseman exhibition rear tea garden)

  • Village cricket in Easingwold  » Click to zoom ->

    Village cricket in Easingwold

  • The lovely village of Terrington  » Click to zoom ->

    The lovely village of Terrington

  • The George Hotel, an old coaching Inn in the centre of Easingwold  » Click to zoom ->

    The George Hotel, an old coaching Inn in the centre of Easingwold

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  • Crayke Green on a winters day  » Click to zoom ->

    Crayke Green on a winters day

Location

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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.

Contact

Easingwold Tourist Information
Chapel Lane
Easingwold
York
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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