Unmissable tourist sites
Pickering Travel guide
Pickering : Michelin's recommendations
Pickering is a pleasant little town, famous for its castle, set on a limestone cliff at the southern edge of the North York Moors National Park.
Tourist attractions Pickering : Things to see and do
Park Street GB - Pickering YO18 7AJ
From Pickering station, steam trains still travel to Grosmont (29 km). The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is a remainder of the Pickering-Whitby line that was opened in 1836 by Stephenson.
A170 GB - Pickering
Defending a crossroads, that used to make this site so important, the castle is made of the rock on which it stands. On a high hillock stands the 13C keep that was probably built on a more ancient building.
Whitby Road GB - Pickering YO18 7HD
On the north and south walls of this church, largely made in the romanesque style, you can see frescoes that were uncovered in 1851 and have been restored since, showing the lives and acts of the two saints.
Market Place GB - Pickering YO18 7AA
A warm Yorkshire welcome to this wonderful 16th century coaching inn. The feel you get through the whole building is exactly what a traditional inn should be, simple but welcoming. There are big comfy sofas to sink into whilst you decide what to eat ..
19 Middleton Road GB - Pickering YO18 8AL
Edwardian manse mature gardens and orchard. Silver award for hospitality. Traditional menus for breakfast and dinner utilising local producelocated four minutes walk from town and North Yorks Moor Railway. Secure on-site parking. Convenient for Scarb..
Malton Road GB - Pickering YO18 7DL
This 230 year old listed Georgian Manor House offers excellent hospitality and friendly attentive service. The original bedrooms of BEST WESTERN Forest & Vale Hotel are equally impressive and reflect the elegance of the hotel's history. From its mark..