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Hotels in Catterick

Known for housing the biggest British Army garrison in the world, Catterick is a village of historic importance in North Yorkshire. It sits on an old Roman road, close to a Norman castle and a 14th-century bailey. A night in a Catterick hotel or B&B is a chance to unwind in the great British countryside.

Things to do with the family

The River Swale runs alongside the village, acting as a leisurely walking route towards Richmond and Brompton-on-Swale. The river's surroundings are home to a range of plants and animals, giving you plenty to spot on your stroll.

On the green, the Catterick Village Sports Pavilion regularly holds events and fitness classes – why not try Zumba?

Restaurants in Catterick

In Catterick or Catterick Bridge, you'll find several cosy places to grab a bite to eat. Catterick Village Fisheries, for instance, isn't a farm, but one of the best fish and chip shops in the area.

The Oak Tree and The Angel Hotel have that welcoming local pub atmosphere. Your choices also include the Bay Horse and The Farmers Arms just down the road.


The nearby Catterick Bridge Racecourse is more than a sporting venue, as it's where the local market is held every Sunday. There are regular race meets, and the market is the largest in the north.

Richmond Castle is about four miles away from Catterick. Built in Norman times to solidify rule over the North of England, it's now an English Heritage site. Legend holds that King Arthur and the Knights of the Round table are still asleep in a cave below the castle.

The Yorkshire Dales

You can enjoy impressive views of the Yorkshire Dales from the castle. If setting off from Catterick in the car, you'll enter the Dales in around half an hour. The area is classed as a National Park, and covers more than 683 square miles.

Walking is the best way to experience the Dales, and you're likely to see a lot of wildlife. There are special tours and events throughout the summer holidays, known as Wild Wednesdays.

Stop off at the Wensleydale Creamery in Hawes for some delicious local produce. There's a museum on site and the chance to have a go at making cheese.

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