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Welcome to The Angel at Topcliffe

Address: Long Street, Topcliffe, Thirsk, YO7 3RW

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A 9-minute drive from the North Yorkshire town of Thirsk, The Angel at Topcliffe offers high-quality dining and well-appointed rooms with free parking and WiFi. This traditional country pub features oak beams and open fireplaces and is less than 15 minutes from Ripon. Each room has a flat-screen TV, wardrobe and tea and coffee facilities. There is also an en suite bath or shower with artisan toiletries. The bar offers cask ales and a range of wines, as well as a lunch menu of sandwiches, pizzas and hot ciabattas. The Angel restaurant offers freshly prepared steaks, tempting desserts and roast dinners on Sundays. The Angel at Topcliffe is a 30-minute drive from the spa town of Harrogate, and 35 minutes from York’s historic city centre. Less than 3 miles from the A1, the hotel is also within 40 minutes’ drive of Leeds and less than 20 minutes from the Howardian Hills and North York Moors National Park.

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Thirsk and Northallerton Golf Club - Thirsk - Golf

Thirsk and Northallerton Golf Club - Thirsk - Golf

Distance 5.4 miles (8.65 km)
Nestled in the Stunning North Yorkshire countryside and with a splendid backdrop of the rolling hills on one side and lush vales on the other, Thirsk and Northallerton Golf Club is one of those parkland courses that is simply a pleasure to play. It is set in a richly agricultural area, and offers superb views of the Hambleton Hills to the east and Wensleydale to the west. Located just a few minutes away from the A19, the course is easily accessible from the Easingwold/Weatherby and Teesside areas, as well as the nearby market towns from which it takes its name.