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The Goathland Hotel B&B


The Goathland Hotel is a traditional village pub, offering comfortable en suite accommodation in the heart of the North York Moors.


Families welcomed

A short walk to Goathland Station on the NY Moors Railway

A short drive to Whitby, Scarborough and Robin Hood’s Bay

All rooms have views of moors and village

Bar meals served lunchtimes and evenings


8 en suite rooms

2 large family rooms

Heated towel rails

Hospitality tray

Private guest TV lounge


Beer Garden

Free private parking

Cots available


8 en suite rooms

The Goathland Hotel is a popular place to stay in the beautiful North York Moors village of Goathland. The village is better known as Aidensfeld to the many fans worldwide of Yorkshire TV’s Heartbeat series, and the Goathland Hotel was the setting for the Aidensfield Arms for the first four years of the series.

But for all that, it’s still a traditional pub run by Keith & Jean Richardson, and known for its good food, friendly atmosphere and hand-pulled ales. The bar of the pub has a real log fire, so you can be sure of a warm welcome whatever the weather.

Goathland makes for an excellent centre for a walking holiday or touring base. It‘s quiet, peaceful, relaxing and very pleasant, with walks from the front door onto miles of moorland paths. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway has a station in Goathland between Pickering and Grosmont, and during the summer trains run to nearby Whitby.


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