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Goathland

This quaint moorland village has been attracting walkers, cyclists and sightseers since the 19th century, but the numbers have risen spectacularly in recent years following its appearance as 'Aidensfield' in the television series 'Heartbeat' and more recently as Hogsmeade Station in the 'Harry Potter' films.

One of the most-visited places in the village is The North Yorkshire Moors Goathland Railway Station. You can get into Goathland, which is a heritage station, on the steam trains of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, after which walkers can enjoy lots of local strolls and hikes.

For a true “Heartbeat” fan it’s well worth a visit, all over Goathland you will see signs of its TV fame and other recognizable places from the show. There is the post office, village shop and, of course, the Scripps Garage. The garage is now a gift shop but worth a visit just to see inside. There’s even the Heartbeat Museum where you can see clothing and other items that were used on the show.

Staying In Goathland

There are many hotels and guest houses in the village, the largest, the Mallyan Spout Hotel, is named after a nearby 70 foot waterfall, which can be reached by a footpath close to the Mallyan Spout Hotel (about a half mile from Goathland Hotel). It’s a nice opportunity for a pleasant walk. Just follow the sign posted trail next to the Mallyan Spout Hotel.

For more information on Goathland please visit the websites below.

 

Holiday Park Accreditations 2017

 

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