Located within the North York Moors Natiaonal Park, Danby is a small village serviced by the Middlesbrough and Whitby lines and Arriva bus service. A little over a mile to the south-east are the remains of Danby Castle. It was built in the 14th century for Lord Latimer as a sign of his great wealth. The village is home to The Moors Centre, one of the National Park's Visitor Centres
An attractive 18th Century inn providing good Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Danby at the heart of the North York Moors, near to Whitby and the coast. The Duke of Wellington Inn overlooks the village green at the centre of Danby and is considered by many to be the most handsome Inn on the North Yorkshire Moors. Owned since 1999 by Grant Douglas this traditional North Yorkshire Inn near Whitby with its beamed bars and open fire has a warm and friendly atmosphere in which you can drink, eat and relax.
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