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Hidden historical gem

We found this place by accident, passing nearby and happening to spot it on the road atlas. A 3/4... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
tarkamerl
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Welshpool, United Kingdom
Excellent way to spend a couple of hours

Nice country walk to an interesting historical village. Parking was free and there is no charge for... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2018
Martin H
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Blackpool, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We found this place by accident, passing nearby and happening to spot it on the road atlas. A 3/4 mile walk from the car park, down in to the valley, takes you to the village. The remains are mostly fairly subtle, but interpretation boards help...More

Thank tarkamerl
Reviewed 29 August 2018

Nice country walk to an interesting historical village. Parking was free and there is no charge for visiting this lovely English Heritage site. Great way to spend an hour or 2

Thank Martin H
Reviewed 27 August 2018 via mobile

Managed to spend an hour drive from Hull to visit here tonight and instead the angry farmer that lives next door decided to come out and scare us off by shooting his shot gun in the air for some unknown reason. Sad thing is I...More

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Reviewed 18 August 2018

A lovely walk down through the valley of about 3/4 mile, over a rough grassy path. We loved the walk to the village but it's not for buggies or people who may struggle with uneven ground. There are several information boards outlining interesting facts and...More

Thank Quirky-Bird-Gardener
Reviewed 18 August 2018

To be honest, I wasn't really too sure what to expect, but it wasn't this. Wharram Percy had been on our 'to do' list for a while. I was a bit disappointed. There is not a huge amount there: the ruined church was quite interesting...More

Thank su51090
Reviewed 15 August 2018

We visited here on the way back from Helmsley having seen the signs a few times. It is a little bit down a country road and there is a car park for 10-15 cars and then a 20 minute walk to the site through a...More

Thank Terran N
Reviewed 6 August 2018 via mobile

I can’t think of anywhere else like this. I’m not aware of other deserted villages on this scale. It’s a big site and it’s a bit of a walk to get to it but it’s interesting and plenty to see if you use your imagination....More

Thank smith1265
Reviewed 4 August 2018

Stumbled across this deserted Medieval Village by accident, saw the signposts whilst in the area, so gave it a go. About a three quarter of a mile walk from the car park, but well worth it. Numerous information boards to keep you up to speed...More

Thank allertonlad
Reviewed 22 July 2018 via mobile

Walked here along the old railway line from North Grimston. A place which is isolated and very quiet. Only saw a handful of people all day. Site had information boards which give detailed information.

Thank Steve W
Reviewed 22 July 2018

About 1km from the carpark, a bit rough in places (don't take the baby buggy) you come to the rather intriguing remains of the village. Its pleasant and pretty, just beware of the low flying jet planes!! A good place to take the dog for...More

Thank Jan G
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Response from O3943QFmichelleb | Reviewed this property |
Hi we took our dog but she's a young girl. It's about three quarters of a mile down hill, not much to see once there,but the church is lovely. There's benches to rest. It's the walk back up that's quite steep. I'd say allow... More
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