Boroughbridge UK

Located just of the A1 in the Vale of York UK, Boroughbridge is a pretty town with lots of attractions. Equidistant between Edinburgh and London with the town is perfect for travellers and with its rich historical heritage it might just entice you to stay longer.

The central attraction of Boroughbridge can be found on the outskirts of the town. The Devil’s Arrow which can be traced back to the Bronze Age consists of three standing stones. The stones are definitely worth checking out as they are a historical enigma, neglected for centuries and many theories have been formed regarding their existence

The town itself also has plenty to offer with lovely cobbled street and a market square at the south end. There are plenty of amenities with shops, pubs, restaurants and a leisure centre. . There’s also a good choice of accommodation with guest houses, camping sites and cottages to rent.
The town is well equipped for active pursuits, the river Ure flows through the town and boat trips are available, or visitors can moor their own boats at the marina. The Ure is also a prominent coarse fishery although visitors must obtain a permit.

Close to the bustling city of York as well as the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Dales, whatever your taste Boroughbridge offers a flavour of the fantastic diversity of Yorkshire.

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