From 18th century coaching inns, to pubs with rooms and B&Bs you’ll find cosy bed for the night in Easingwold.


The Galtres Centre is home to tennis courts, football pitches and even a gym. There’s Easingwold Golf Club and it’s a great base for Herriot Country and the historic City of York attractions.

Food & Drink

Centred around a pretty Georgian marketplace, cafes, takeaway food shops and restaurants with fine dining can all be found in Easingwold


Easingwold is a peaceful haven where you can relax in the lovely Market Town or surrounding villages without the noise, crowds and parking problems found in the City. Surrounded by attractive villages and only a short distance from York, Easingwold has developed a name for its fine food establishments and local produce.

Its Georgian Market Square includes a traditional market cross, hotels, pubs and independent shops and it is easy to see why visitors come back time and time again to take in the atmosphere of a piece of original and unspoilt Yorkshire.



Road: A19 13 miles north of York (30-minute drive) and 11 miles to Thirsk (20-minute drive).

Train: There are direct trains to York from London, Durham, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Middlesbrough, Sunderland and other places en-route.

Bus: Reliance Bus Services https://reliancebuses.co.uk/