Built in the gorge of the River Nidd, Knaresborough is a picturesque little town that is full of surprises.
Behind the main High Street lies a charming Market Square and cobbled streets that weave their way up and down the hill and spill down the riverbank. Towering above the river are the ruins of Knaresborough Castle and the iconic viaduct.
Little cafes, great pubs, a thriving Wednesday market and plenty of independent shops are scattered throughout the town. There are boats for hire, cycle tracks to follow, riverside walks to be enjoyed and of course Mother Shipton’s Cave and Petrifying Well, England’s oldest tourist attraction.