Northallerton is the county town of North Yorkshire and is located towards the centre of the county.
Set between the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the west and the North York Moors National Park to the east the town has been a centre of communications for centuries.
The town can be reached easily by rail and road - the town is located on the East Coast Main Line, allowing for easy access from London, Edinburgh, Leeds and Manchester.
The compact nature of the town makes it possible to be explored on foot. Bus services provide links to nearby towns and villages not otherwise served by the railways.
High Street Fantastic examples of local Georgian architecture can be found here. The street is a pleasant busy shopping centre, with many independent shops, cafes and pubs. There is a busy market on Wednesdays and Saturdays and free WiFi.
All Saints Church 15th Century Church located in the town centre, open to visitors most days.
Betty's Tea Rooms Well-known local Tea Room.
Numerous B&Bs can be found close to the rail station and within pubs along the High Street.
Tourist Information - http://www.northallerton.info/index.php
Due to its location at the centre of the county, Northallerton is an ideal base to explore both nearby National Parks and nearby towns and cities.
Yorkshire Dales National Park
North York Moors National Park
Thirsk & Herriott Country