Ok I'm a little bias as I am a resident of the town. I'm also a little reluctant to tell the world just how stunning the town is as I don't want the place too crowded.
However, the views from the battlements looking down the Nidd river towards the Victorian railway viaduct have to be seen to be believed. With views like this staycations cannot be beaten. Hanging on to the crag are dozens of ancient houses spilling down the cliff side on to the water front. This is linked by the meandering and cobbled 'Water bag bank' which is lined by thatched cottages which are hundreds of years old. If in North Yorkshire a must see
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