Where to eat and drink The Blackmith's Arms in Swainby, established in 1775, offers good beer and an extensive menu - though it no longer offers to shoe your horse.
Walk up the path beside woodland to a gate with a stile beside it there's a view of the valley from this ridge.
Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile Passing interest. Our vision The churches in this area are going through a period of significant change. Middlesbrough 'Check your child's Instagram account': The Drove Road from Yarm to York lies just west of Swainby and a Pinfold still remains in the village, converted to a public garden.
Michael R. Walk along the field to a gate at the end, then follow the metalled lane past Whorlton church and castle back to Swainby village.
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Middlesbrough Town Hall 90s indie band Shed Seven have announced a tour and they're coming to Middlesbrough The band will play a gig at Middlesbrough Town Hall - here's when and how to get tickets. History Early settlement took place in the Saxon period above the site of the present village where, later, a Norman Castle and the Old Church of Whorlton became the seat of the De Maynell family. Is this a must-do if you are travelling with a big group greater than 5?
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As the road bends to the right, follow the bridleway sign to Scugdale, up the track ahead. Over a stile with steps beyond, turn left at the bottom and follow the field edge. At least four water-mills depended on the constant flowing of Scugdale Beck.
Village Hall. We live local to this castle, so visit quite often. See what travellers are saying:. It comes in two types, hard and soft; hard jet was probably formed in sea water and soft jet in fresh water.
But, if you're in the area it's worth a look round.
Previous Next 1 2. What an amazing place, a fantastic little castle with a deserted medieval village and 5 minute walk to a beautiful church - well worth a visit! Nearby Attractions See all nearby attractions.