Pictures of Thornton-le-Dale
Thornton-le-Dale is a lovely village lying at the foot of the North Yorkshire Moors. It offers visitors a choice of three pubs, a bistro, tea rooms, and excellent friendly village shops. The architecture of the village is typical of the area, with stone houses and cottages from Victorian times and beyond.
The regions outstanding attractions include the beautiful Yorkshire coast where you can discover Robin Hood's Bay and Whitby. The beautiful Dalby forest and the delightful market towns of Pickering, Malton, Kirkby and Helmsley.
Flamingoland offers an enjoyable visit for everyone as does the North Yorkshire Moors Railway which takes visitors on a romantic steam journey from Pickering through spectacular Newton Dale to Grossmont.
The area is superb for walking, forest drives and mountain hiking.
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