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The Angel at Topcliffe 

Long Street, Topcliffe, Thirsk, YO7 3RW Show on map  4.16 miles from Thirsk
Score 9.2 from 776 reviews
The Angel at Topcliffe
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The Golden Fleece 3 Stars

Market Place, Thirsk, YO7 1LL Show on map  3.84 miles from Thirsk
Score 8.6 from 167 reviews
The Golden Fleece
Phone: +44 (0)1845 523108Online booking and availability
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Kirkgate House Hotel 3 Stars

27 Kirkgate, Thirsk, YO7 1PL Show on map  0.11 miles from Thirsk
Score 8.9 from 178 reviews
Kirkgate House Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1845 522224Online booking and availability
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Woodland Lakes Lodges 

Carlton Miniott, Thirsk, YO7 4NJ Show on map  2.21 miles from Thirsk
Score 8.2 from 24 reviews
Woodland Lakes Lodges
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Thirsk is situated in North Yorkshire. This small market town is actually a popular tourist attraction in the area. Visitors will find it easy to get around the area using the local bus service and Thirsk railway station. The A61 also runs through town, connecting it to Ripon. Some of the popular attractions in the Thirsk area include the North York Moors and the Thirsk Racecourse. In addition, the medieval market square around which the town was built is also certainly worth visiting, especially when the market is open for business. There are plenty of shops, eateries and accommodation in the Thirsk area.

The town of Thirsk is a small English market town located in the district of Hambleton in North Yorkshire. The main railway travel links in this area are located about a mile away from the town. The main international airport at Teeside is located about twenty miles from the town. The town of Thirsk has a population of about four thousand seven hundred and three.

The town of Thrisk is a very popular tourist destination and it attracts a vast number of visitors every year. This area is however probably best known for the North York Moors and also the local racecourse in Thirsk.

The town is located within the Vale of Mowbray and it is twenty miles north of York. The area of Cod Beck runs through the heart of the town.

The town is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1089. The town is surrounded by a vast number of villages and all of the names have a Danish origin for example Thirlby, Borrowby and Sowerby

The town of Thrisk is built around a medieval market square that is fairly large and still hosts an outdoor market every week on a Monday and a Saturday.

The town has a museum that dates back to the fifteenth century and is called St Mary's. The town is well known for being the home of veterinary surgeon and author James Herriot

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