Pickering

Pickering is a good-sized market town just beyond the southern edge of the North Yorks Moors National Park, the settlement whose fine castle, market place and church bear witness to its antiquity... Read More

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The White Swan Inn

The White Swan Inn
If you're into honest food, good wine, beautiful surroundings and hospitality you're going to love Yorkshire's leading small inn - nominated for the White Rose 2011 Hotel of the Year.

A traditional 16th century coaching inn ... More | Double Room: £150 - £180 | visit website
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Lastingham Grange

Award winning Lastingham Grange is surrounded by a stone wall and built around a courtyard. It is set within ten acres of well kept gardens and fields, on the edge of the moors in the ... More | visit website
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Tantara Country Hotel

Tantara Country Hotel

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Tantara is Set in its own beautiful and private grounds just 3 miles from Pickering , Tantara has charm and character that captivates all who visit. Unlike many other venues ... More

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The Blacksmith's Country Inn

The Blacksmith
Situated peacefully in the heart of the beautiful North York Moors, The Blacksmith's Country Inn, at Hartoft near Pickering is a delightful restored 16 century inn.
Today, the Blacksmith's offers 19 en-suite non-smoking bedrooms, welcoming open fires, a cosy ... More

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