A short walk down the lane from Ladycross Plantation and you'll find yourself entering the village of Egton. It's a typical Yorkshire village, with one main street running through the middle. There are two pubs - The Witching Post and the Wheatsheaf. Both serve food.
If you follow the road, you'll begin heading down hill. Passing the village school on your left, you're leaving Egton and entering Egton Bridge. This is where the train station is on the Whitby to Middlesbrough line. There's another pub here - The Postgate.
You could catch the train towards Whitby, or Middlesbrough and enjoy a walk in the countryside or a picnic in one of the other Esk Valley villages.
The Esk Valley is home to the North York Moors Steam Railway. The main engine sheds are located in the village of Grosmont, a short distance from Egton.
The railway winds its way from Whitby, through the Esk Valley, leaving the main line at Grosmont and heading inland, terminating at Pickering.
It's a fantastic day out. Whether you go the whole distance, or just a few stops - there's nothing like travelling by steam!Visit the North York Moors Railway
Visit The Wheatsheaf for a refreshing drink or a fantastic meal in their beautiful traditional surroundings. In cooler months you'll find real fires to warm up by, and always a warm welcome!
Also located in the village, this cosy pub provides excellent bar meals throughout the week a well as a delicious carvery menu on a Sunday. There's a well-kept beer garden to the rear.
Situated in Egton Bridge, down the hill from Egton, this cosy pub is a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike. They serve great food, have some outside space and are perfectly situate for watching trains go by!
Welcome to the Horseshoe Hotel. Located in the small peaceful village of Egton Bridge on the banks of the River Esk, you’ll find a friendly welcome from your hosts Craig & Sharon and their enthusiastic team.