A charming market town with an exciting gastronomic scene
Set astride the River Tees, the North Yorkshire town of Yarm boasts a 43-arch viaduct, a stunning 17th-century town hall and a bustling high street lined with Georgian buildings. Far from just a pretty facade, Yarm is also home to some of the best eateries in the area. Try the award-winning Judges Hotel and Restaurant for fine dining, the Station Hotel for warming pub food, and innovative restaurant Starters, which serves tapas-style dishes.
Gateway to the North Yorkshire Moors
Keen walkers will love Yarm's proximity to the striking landscape of the Yorkshire Moors. The national park is less than half an hour's drive from the town centre, with moorland villages like Kildale and Carlton-in-Cleveland within easy reach. If you're looking for a more challenging walk, try Goathland, an hour from Yarm. With waterfalls and woodlands in equal measure, it's a magical place to spend a day while in this beautiful part of the world.
Great transport links to the region
Explore all there is to see in North Yorkshire and County Durham by bus or rail from Yarm town centre. Visit Nearby villages like High Leven, or take a bus half an hour north to Stockton-on-Tees. Historic Darlington is a little further away, but worth a visit for its thriving cultural scene and stunning Victorian-Georgian architecture. Planning a trip to Yarm? Our Travelodge Darlington Hotel is just 20 minutes from the centre of Yarm, while Travelodge Middlesbrough is a great base for if you're looking to explore all that Teeside has to offer.