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The softly rolling countryside around here is iterspersed with farmland, Malton has a strong farming community and many gracious farmhouses and old cottages can be seen in the leafy lanes outside the town.
Malton, stands on the site of an old roman fort and in the town museum you can see many roman objects that have been discovered both in the town and in nearby countryside.
Malton offers good shopping, and a variety of excellent pubs and inns. In open countryside to the west of the town you will find the great country estate of Castle Howard. This is the largest Historic house in Yorkshire and has been the setting for many famous films and television saga's
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The Talbot Hotel
Malton, North Yorkshire, England (0.2 miles, 0.3 km)
Widger Mews Apt
Norton, North Yorkshire, England (1.5 miles, 2.4 km, direction SE)
No 2 Flowery Bank
Malton, North Yorkshire, England (1.6 miles, 2.5 km, direction NE)
Burythorpe, North Yorkshire, England (4.2 miles, 6.8 km, direction S)
Westow, North Yorkshire, England (4.3 miles, 6.9 km, direction SW)
Burythorpe, North Yorkshire, England (4.5 miles, 7.2 km, direction S)
Westow, North Yorkshire, England (4.5 miles, 7.2 km, direction SW)
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Random England fact:
Dorset was the first county in England to cultivate cabbages, when it was brought across from Holland in 1539 by Sir Anthony Ashley (1551 - 1628). His beautiful ornate tomb can be seen in the church at the village of Wimborne St Giles, Dorset. The Polyhedron at the feet of the effigies of Sir Anthony and his wife, is believed by many to represent a cabbage.
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