The town of Boroughbridge lies on the banks of the rivers Tutt and Ure, in the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire. With the Yorkshire Dales National Park to its west and the North York Moors National Park to its east, this welcoming community is the perfect base from which to explore the region. Boroughbridge developed as an important stop for stagecoaches, thanks to its location on the Great North Road between Edinburgh and London. It is known for its fine historical architecture, which includes the Market Well and Hall Square, and for its ancient landmarks, such as the standing stones known as the Devil’s Arrows. Exploring the thriving high street from your holiday cottage in Boroughbridge, you will discover a variety of independent shops, and some of the area’s best places to eat and drink. Wander past the former fishermen’s homes huddled around a cobbled square, before delving into the town’s fascinating heritage at the museum. Surrounding holiday cottages in Boroughbridge, the unspoiled countryside of the Vale of York consists of gentle hills and patchworks of wheat fields, while the more rugged hills and valleys of the national parks are just a short drive away.
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Situated in the sleepy North Yorkshire village of Helperby, near Boroughbridge The Old Post Office is a splendid converted former post office turned into a welcoming countryside cottage, featuring three bedrooms, a cosy sitting room with open fire, and an outdoor seating area with relaxing hot tub.