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The small town of Yarm in North Yorkshire provides a lovely demonstration of how some new ideas take, and some don’t. As all right thinking people should know, the modern world began in Yarm, as it was in a pub here – The George and Dragon in the High Street – that the decision was made on February 12 1821 to request Parliamentary permission to build the Stockton and Darlington Railway, which was the first in the world. Also in the town stands the stone bridge built in 1270, whereas the metal one constructed in 1805 to replace it only lasted a year. The River Tees flows to the north of the town, indeed it once provided the place with its raison d’etre, as Yarm was a river port of some size, handling goods brought up the river from the distant North Sea past Stockton and Middlesbrough. The River Leven, a tributary of the Tees, lies to the east of Yarm, and though the first mention of the town was in the Domesday Book it is likely that the settlement is far more ancient, given its geographical advantages - some believe the name is of Norse origin. The High Street is very scenic, pantile roofs and Georgian frontages blending with cobbled areas and some pleasant shops to make an interesting and comfortable scene that is much admired. Rather more dramatic and industrial is the Yarm railway viaduct, all 43 arches and 760 yards of it, a product of the Victorian age when British engineering was at its most confident. As well as offering a quiet place to stay, these days Yarm is the gateway to a wider world, with Teeside Airport a ten minute drive west along the A67.


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Field View B&B (0.80 miles)

Field View B&B
Field View is a warm and welcoming Bed and Breakfast, located in the unique setting of the North Yorkshire countryside and within walking distance of the vibrant high street of Yarm. Our accommodation is decorated and ... More | visit website
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Tall Trees (1.02 miles)

Tall Trees

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Welcome to the world of Hotel Tall Trees. Quite simply one of the finest Hotel, Entertainment and Leisure complexes in Europe. Where else can you find such a unique combination ... More

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Judges Country House Hotel (1.28 miles)

Judges Country House Hotel

This award winning 3 Star, 'AA Inspector's Choice' hotel offers 21 luxury guest rooms. The hotel offers impressive packages for short breaks.

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Parkmore Hotel (1.38 miles)

Parkmore Hotel
Relax and unwind at the Best Western Parkmore hotel, originally an old victorian house, now tastefully converted into a luxury hotel with superb leisure and gymnasium facilities, and award winning restaurant. Situated opposite eaglescliffe golf ... More | visit website
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Claireville Hotel (1.60 miles)

Claireville Hotel
The Claireville Hotel is a friendly family-run commercial hotel. Situated in the residential area of Eaglescliffe, on the A135 between Stockton-on-Tees and Yarm. A short walk from Eaglescliffe Railway Station and only a ... More | visit website
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The Old Mill - Luxury Serviced Accomodation (1.86 miles)

The Old Mill - Luxury Serviced Accomodation

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Offering a self catering house with 3 double bedrooms with one main bathroom and one ensuite.. The house can comfortably accommodate up to 6 individuals. This is a great alternative ... More

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Apartments4you (2.01 miles)


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This is a Apartments4you maisonette town house for rent in Stockton area close to Yarm. Apartments4you have introduced this new concept to the market place providing spacious serviced ... More

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Crathorne Hall Hotel (2.86 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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Premier Inn Stockton-on-Tees West (2.95 miles)

Located within easy reach of the A19 and A66; this Premier Inn is close to the Riverside stadium and within walking distance of Durham University. For shops and local amenities Stockton-On-Tees town centre is only ... More | visit website
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Spa Hotel (3.04 miles)

Spa Hotel

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In a unique location within the grounds of Durham Tees Valley Airport, (previously Teesside International),only a few minutes walk or courtesy bus transfer to the Terminal itself and with exceptional ... More

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