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County - North Yorkshire | Map
Tel code: 01439 | code search
Postcode: YO62 | code search
Population: 2000
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Folk Customs:
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Duncombe Park Country Fair

August
Galtres Parklands Festival
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Wrens of Ryedale Touring Park
"I chose this site after a recommendation from a friend. The site is quite small but is very well kept with a modern shower block that was cleaned three ..." More

Wrens of Ryedale Touring Park
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Wrens of Ryedale Touring Park
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Beneath the protective gaze of an impressive castle, this pretty market town lies right on the edge of the North York Moors National Park.
The ancestral home of Lord Feversham, Helmsley has a rich history waiting to be explored. You'll find a Norman castle and ancient market cross as well as old coaching inns to stay in and a varied selection of tearooms .
Duncombe Park, the home of the present Lord Feversham sits in attractive parkland on the edge of the town. Built in 1713 to the designs of William Walkefield, the house has been completely renovated since 1985.
Helmsley Walled Garden is the 5 acre former vegetable garden of Duncombe Park and has been lovingly restored to offer a peaceful, tranquil place to sit, rest and enjoy.
The Helmsley Arts Centre is a thriving centre for a very diverse programme of theatre and music.
A colourful market is held in the ancient Market Square every Friday and there is a wonderful selection of shops, most of which are open on a Sunday, a very popular day for visitors.
The National Park has its headquarters in the town from where a dedicated team care for one of the finest landscapes in the country. Population 2,000

Attraction

Duncombe Park
Helmsley Castle
North Yorkshire Moors National Park

Camping

Foxholme Caravan Park
Golden Square Touring Caravan Park
Wrens of Ryedale Touring Park

Cottage

Ashberry Cottage
Finch Lodge at Robin Lodge
Robin Lodge

Dentist

Dental Practice

Inn

Black Swan
The Feathers Hotel
The Inn at Hawnby

Market

Helmsley Market

Pub and Bar

Black Swan
Star Inn

School

Helmsley Community Primary School

Solicitor

Derek Crossan

Vet

Edgemoor Veterinary Practice

Shops

D V Townend & Co

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William Sossons Gallery
Hunters of Helmsley
Edinburgh Woollen Mill

Antiques

Helmsley Antiques & Interiors

Places to Stay near Helmsley

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Black Swan (0.06 miles)

Black Swan

The Black Swan at Helmsley is a historic inn, turned boutique hotel. Its varied exterior, with its black & white timbered, Elizabethan and Georgian elements, portrays a rich history dating back to the C15th. Right ... More | visit website

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The Crown Hotel (0.06 miles)

The Crown Hotel

The Crown is a 16th century coaching inn. It has been tastefully modernised giving maximum comfort to guests without losing its wonderful Old World charm. The hotel overlooks the Market Square in Helmsley - a ... More | visit website

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The Feathers Hotel (0.10 miles)

The Feathers Hotel
The Feathers is situated in the heart of the picturesque market town of Helmsley in the North York Moors National Park.Overlooking the market square; the hotel occupies two distinct buildings parts of which date back ... More | visit website
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Feversham Arms Hotel (0.10 miles)

Feversham Arms Hotel
The Feversham Arms Hotel and Verbena Spa was originally an old coaching inn and was rebuilt and renamed in 1855 by the Earl of Feversham. You'll find our staff friendly and naturally welcoming. The decor is electic, ... More | visit website
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The Carlton Lodge (0.19 miles)

Nestling on the edge of the historic Market (Friday) Town of Helmsley the Carlton Lodge Award Winning Guest Accommodation operates under a sustainable visitor charter awarded by the North York Moors National Park.Spectacular scenery surrounds ... More | visit website
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Pheasant Hotel (2.53 miles)

Pheasant Hotel

The hotel, established from what was at one time the village blacksmiths, two cottages and the shop, has been renovated and extended to make a very comfortable Country Hotel with 12 bedrooms, all with private ... More

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Plumpton Court (2.75 miles)

Plumpton Court
Come and enjoy the friendly and relaxed atmosphere of our fully central heated Guest House where your care and comfort are our main priorities.

Built in the 17th Century, the House is situated in the ... More | visit website
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High Rigg B&B (2.81 miles)

High Rigg B&B
High Rigg Bed & Breakfast is a beautiful Victorian Villa set amidst 5 acres of stunning garden, pasture and woodland and offers first class guest accommodation. At High Rigg there is one double bedroom available ... More | visit website
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Thirklewood House (3.04 miles)

Thirklewood House

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Thirklewood House compromises a private house offering bed & breakfast accommodation. Nestled within expansive gardens in the North York Moors National Park - just three miles from Helmsley, twenty-one miles ... More

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The Fairfax Arms Country Inn (4.34 miles)

The Fairfax Arms Country Inn
Nestled in the beautiful Howardian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Fairfax Arms is located in the picturesque village of Gilling East. With roots as a coaching inn in the seventeenth century, this ... More | visit website

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