The Village of Glaisdale
Glaisdale is a village located in the Esk Valley of North Yorkshire, England, near the North York Moors National Park. It is situated approximately 8 miles west of Whitby and 14 miles east of the market town of Pickering.
The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is popular with hikers and cyclists who come to explore the area’s many footpaths and cycle trails. The River Esk runs through the village, adding to its picturesque setting. There are several places of interest in and around Glaisdale, including the Beggar’s Bridge, a Grade II listed packhorse bridge that spans the River Esk, and the nearby Falling Foss waterfall.
Glaisdale has a few amenities, including a village shop, a pub, a church, and a village hall (visit the Robinson Institude) which is perfect for parties, wedding receptions or local theatre productions.
Overall, Glaisdale is a charming village that offers visitors a taste of rural life in the North York Moors, with plenty of natural beauty and local attractions to explore.