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1 mile South East of Richmond off B6271 (OS Map 92; ref NZ185003). The guide book is available from Richmond Castle.
Near the town centre (OS Map 100; ref SE 611836). Car park adjacent to the castle; charge payable.
In Rievaulx, 2.25 miles West of Helmsley on minor road off B1257 (OS Map 100; ref SE 577849). Audio tour with hearing loop available. Car park beside entrance.
Dogs are welcome within all our buildings and we have dog bowls laid out for them to use. The pub next door and the café in the village all allow dogs and we are situated on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors so a perfect location for walks.
Castle Rd, East of town centre (OS Map 101; ref TA 050893). Audio tour with hearing loop included in admission price. Picnics welcome in extensive grounds. No parking on site, please use car park in town centre (pay & display). Then take short walk up the (fairly [...]
Our trails are created for all the family to enjoy, and that includes your dog. Some routes include parks, woodland areas and riversides, as well as areas with shops and cafés etc. Although we know some cafés and attractions along the routes have water bowls, we recommend taking [...]
On cliff top East of Whitby (OS Map 94; ref NZ 904115). Audio tour with hearing loop included in admission price. Picnics are welcome in the grounds. Parking is owned by the local council and there is a charge. Railway station in Whitby less that 1 mile [...]
Located in Aldborough, 0.75 mile South East of Boroughbridge, on a minor road off B6265 within 1 mile of junction of A1 and A6055. (OS Map 99; ref SE 405662).
In Burton Agnes village, 5 miles South West of Bridlington on A166 (OS Map 101; ref TA 103633).