Hotels, B&B's and Self Catering in Easington

The little village of Easington in North Yorkshire sits on the northern edge of the North York Moors National Park, some three miles from the coast. There has been a village here since at least early Saxon times. The Church of All Saints Easington is a Victorian gothic structure well worth a visit. The village of Easington itself has a pleasant pub, The Tiger, and the area has plenty to offer walkers and nature-lovers! The Cleveland Way runs close by, and the village of Boulby, just a quick hike to the north of Easington, has the highest cliffs in England, at 679 feet above sea level.

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