Thirsk is a market town famous for its association with fictional vet James Herriot. The World of James Herriot details the life and times of the character and his real-life author, Alf Wight, who wrote many of his stories here. Across the road is the birthplace of Thomas Lord, founder of Lord's Cricket ground in London. The 15th-century church of St Mary boasts a lovely beamed wooden roof, 15th-century glass, and 16th-century wall paintings. Thirsk, Yorkshire, England
The most remote village in the Yorkshire Wolds, Thixendale stands at the meeting place of six valleys, surrounded by stretches of chalk grasslands. It is most known for its location near the midway point of the Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail and is a popular centre for walkers. Thixendale, Yorkshire, England
Thornton-le-Dale is an absurdly picturesque village on the southern edge of the North York Moors about two miles east of Pickering. Highlights include the medieval church of All Saints, a 17th-century almshouse and grammar school, and Beck Isle Cottage, a gorgeous thatched cottage beside Thornton Beck. A170, Thornton-le-Dale, North York Moors, Yorkshire, England, YO18 7SD
A large town near York, Wakefield's name likely derives from the old English for a place where wakes were held. The town existed at the time of the Domesday Book, and Wakefield was granted a charter for a market in 1203.
Wetherby is a historic market town on the River Wharfe that was once a major coaching stop on the Great North Road. Historic highlights include Wetherby Bridge, begun in 1233, and a restored Georgian Bath House in Jubilee Gardens. A1(M) and A168, Wetherby, Yorkshire, England
Whitby is a pretty seaport built around a protected harbour. The dramatic ruins of Whitby Abbey (founded in AD 657) stand on the cliffs above the harbour. Whitby played host to a famous synod in AD 664 when King Oswiu of Northumberland decided that his kingdom would adopt the Roman rather than the Celtic form of worship. Whitby, Yorkshire, England
The magnificent York Minster draws most visitors to York, but once you've explored the church and marvelled at the magnificent medieval stained glass, it's time to walk the city walls - see if you can spot the remaining Roman parts of the walls - or visit one of the medieval buildings of which York is justifiably proud. York, Yorkshire, England
Our boutique Bed and Breakfast is situated on the same site as our award winning real ale pub and micro brewery in the picturesque Pennine town of Holmfirth. Parts of the building date back to 1754 with the rooms once served as part of the living quarters for the Rose …