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Tel code: 01642 | code search
Postcode: TS9 | code search
Population: 4900
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A small market town and a civil parish in Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, in north east England, lies Stokesley on the River Leven. Stokesley is located about two miles south of the boundary of the borough of Middlesbrough, ten miles south of the centre of Middlesbrough town, between Middlesbrough, Guisborough and Northallerton, in a farming area. The earliest mention of the village is from the Mill Wheel, thought to represent the site of a mill recorded in the Doomsday book of 1086. The famous survey, by William the Conqueror, also contained the first written record of "a church and priest" in Stokesley. Its equivalent today, the Church of St Peter and St Paul, is located just off the market 'Plain', with woodwork carved by the “Mouseman of Kilburn”. one of Yorkshire’s famous 20th Century arts and crafts furniture makers The Pack Horse Bridge, crossing the River Leven from the riverside walk, dates from the 17th Century. The village was first granted a charter to hold fairs by Henry III in 1223. Weekly markets are held on Fridays in the main square called the 'Plain'. In September there is a four-day fair that takes over the centre of town and an agricultural show takes place at the end of September on the show-ground.

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Amos Dental Practice
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Farmers Market

Stokesley Farmers Market

Holiday Park

Hare Hill Lodges

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Nelson Inn
Queens Head
Roseberry
Spread Eagle
Station
White Swan

Restaurant

Chapter’s Restaurant
Eastern Spice
Panda Chinese Restaurant
Queens Head
Roseberry
Spread Eagle
White Swan
Why Thai Restaurant

School

Stokesley Primary School
Stokesley School

Self-Catering

Hare Hill Lodges
Harvest Cottage
Holly Barn

Solicitor

Sheffield French
Storey & Co
Thorp Parker Solicitors And Notaries

Taxi

Great Broughton Taxis
Hutton Rudby Taxis
M K M of Stokesley
Stokesley Taxis

Sports Clubs

Stokesley Sports Club (Amateur Football)

Shops

The Flower Box
Floralcraft
Stokesley Butchers
Thomas the Bakers
DA Grainge Greengrocers
Deli by The Green
Cannock Gardens
Strikes Garden Centre
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Angel Tea Room
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Wainstones Hotel (2.02 miles)

Wainstones Hotel

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This is one of North Yorkshire's finest hotels, set in the countryside just outside of Middlesbrough.
Wainstones combines the service and facilities of a national award-winning 3-star hotel with the atmosphere of ... More

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Whinstone View Lodges (2.81 miles)

Whinstone View Lodges
Log Cabins for 2 people (Double bed Only)
We have Three double room Lodges: Bazare, Zoffony & Roma each perfect for a romantic night with a loved one.
Intelligent mood lighting immediately creates an inviting atmosphere...
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Holly Barn (3.13 miles)

Holly Barn

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A haven of luxury amidst peaceful meadowland, these two privately situated cottages enjoy beautiful views of the Cleveland Hills. Smartly furnished in contemporary style, and each with ... More

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Luxury Apartments Middlesbrough (4.16 miles)

Luxury Apartments Middlesbrough

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"Sleep with us tonight" represents the chance to staying an exclusive and high quality development of apartments and in the picturesque village of Nunthorpe, a long established and desirable residential ... More

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The Marton Hotel and Country Club (4.37 miles)

The Marton Hotel and Country Club
With 50 en-suite bedrooms, The Marton Hotel & Country Club is positioned at one of the premier sites in the region. Transport links for the hotel make it equally accessible from both the North and ... More | visit website
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The Dog and Gun (4.40 miles)

The Dog and Gun

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THE DOG & GUN, POTTO: 1 Million Pound Refurbishment, 5 Star Accommodation, Top Class Restaurant, Private Dinning & Small Meetings Venue . In June 2008 The Dog & Gun was ... More

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The Blue Bell Lodge (4.61 miles)

The Blue Bell Lodge
Just off the A19, ideally situated for local attractions and sightseeing. Close to Middlesbrough town Centre so also good for business customers. ... More | visit website
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Blue Bell Lodge Hotel (4.61 miles)

Blue Bell Lodge Hotel

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A family favourite for meeting, eating, drinking and socialising. The 60 bedroomed hotel offers a whole host of entertainment in its spacious lounge, bar, two meeting rooms ... More

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Sporting Lodge Inn Middlesbrough (4.67 miles)

Sporting Lodge Inn Middlesbrough
Sporting lodge Inns Middlesbrough has 135 en-suite bedrooms accompanied by free Wi-Fi and a unique bar and restaurant. The Old Poste House Bar & Grill offers Lunch & Snack, A La Carte & Tenner Feast ... More | visit website
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Crathorne Hall Hotel (4.94 miles)

Crathorne Hall Hotel

This magnificent Edwardian stately home set in 15 acres of beautiful woodland in the heart of North Yorkshire is one of Yorkshire’s grandest country houses. All 37 bedrooms are individually designed and far from being ... More | visit website

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