Stokesley has a great range of independent accommodation providers in Herriot Country including glamping and camping sites, good quality pubs with rooms, self-catering cottages and hotels.


On the edge of the North York Moors, Stokesley has a wide selection of natural attractions and is only 25 minutes drive to the World of James Herriot.


Food & Drink

Brimming with food and drink offerings from its fresh food markets to fine dining restaurants, tea rooms, and coffee shops, Stokesley’s dining scene is well worth exploring. 


One of Herriot Country’s northern market towns, Stokesley has a wealth of local services and with many historical features including the Mill Wheel, thought to represent the site of a mill recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. Lined with independent restaurants and shops on the high street and a selection of pubs, the town centre is an attractive place to visit. A weekly market is held on Friday in the main square called the Plain.

There are 80 grade II listed buildings of special architectural or historic interest including fine Georgian architecture which has contributed to its character

Photo Credits: Stokesley Town Council


Stokesley is served by the Arriva North East service 28a from Middlesbrough every hour and the 81 from Marske Estate every hour. Abbott’s of Leeming run services 80/89, which run every two hours. The services operate six days a week towards Northallerton and Romanby via Osmotherley.