Guisborough (/ˈɡɪzbrə/ ( listen) GIZ-brə) is a market town and civil parish in the North East of England. It belongs to the unitary authority of Redcar and Cleveland and the Tees Valley region. The town is in the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire. The population of the Guisborough ward in the Redcar and Cleveland unitary authority at the 2011 census was 7,622. The civil parish of Guisborough, including the outlying villages of Upleatham, Dunsdale and Newton under Roseberry, had a population of 17,777.
Restaurants in Guisborough
5 based on 114 reviews
My Serenity is an holistic training centre and specialist events venue in the heart of the beautiful market town of Guisborough. We offer an extensive range of services including yoga and meditation classes, personal and spiritual development groups, complementary therapies, counselling, tarot and mediumship readings, and regular training in holistic therapy. Pop by, get some pampering, or maintain your physical fitness and mental health. We'd love to help!
As always my massage with Jonny was faultless. He appears to know my body better then I do (in a purely medical sense!) and finds the potential problems before they become problems. Even though at times it is slightly uncomfortable (I do get some nasty...MoreHaha, I'm glad you clarified the capacity in which he knows your body better than you Carole! We're excited to welcome you to the new place, and I'm sure the massage quality will be equally as fantastic. Thanks for the fabulous review. x
4.5 based on 100 reviews
Guisborough Forest is a splendid area to come for a walk or simply to relax. There are several marked trails as well as a plethora of pathways through and around the forest. I was impressed by the amount of work done to create art work and various other facilities for children to play on, and there is plenty of green space for those who want to picnic.
There is also a visitor centre and cafe, so there really is something to suit all tastes.
I note some people moaning about having to pay to park and would point out that it is only a pound for a couple of hours and a couple of pounds for all day, which is hardly extortionate.
4 based on 86 reviews
Guisborough Priory is a lovely place. The main ruin is a splendid structure and the other ruins have enough information boards to paint a good picture of what the magnificent Priory would have looked like.
On this beautiful, sunny day I was impressed by how lovely the whole site is. In addition to the Priory ruins there are lovely Gardens, some woodland and lots of benches and green space on which to relax and watch the world trundle ever so slowly by.
What a lovely place to spend a lazy hour,
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We live in Guisborough and have been many times over the years. The newest addition of the Gruffelo Trail is fantastic! The play area is so much fun as is the ponds and playing along the different bits and bobs along the way. The cafe that is there is brilliant we had taken cash thank goodness as the card machine wouldn't work - the portions are huge and very tasty too. We take a flask and a bottle of juice so we can take our time walking around there's lots to do fun day out for both young and older children (adults too).
I think a great addition would be dog poop bags and bins along the trail so responsible people can pick up what irresponsible people leave behind! Also maybe a bin or 2 for general rubbish.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
We called in to watch the football and ended up having a truly wonderful dining experience. The Sunday lunch of roast beef and all the trimmings was fantastic. I had Eton mess for dessert and my husband had chocolate sponge with orange sauce and fresh cream. Delicious! The staff were brilliant. Very clean premises throughout. We were passing through the area and found the Ship Inn! Marvellous!
4 based on 10 reviews
With leather sofas, large tables and a real log fire. The Monk is ideally located for a relaxing experience day or night. Order from our exclusive cocktail menu or savour one of our carefully selected craft beers. Premium lagers from around the world await to quench your thirst. Sample on of our many premium gins, vodkas, whiskeys and many others. The Monk is also available to hire for private functions - christenings, childrens parties, wakes, birthdays etc.
Beautifully renovated. Previously the saddlery. Has brought a much needed sophistication to the town. Real ales (at least 7 to choose from) with many from small Breweries coupled with a variety of cocktails and wines mean that they cater to all tastes, particularly nice for...MoreThank you for your kind words Rachel.
3.5 based on 2 reviews
Scaling Dam is surrounded by beautiful wild heather moorland and offers a fun day out for all. For keen anglers the shallow water offers excellent fly and bait fishing. There is a circular walk showcasing the stunning views and wildlife, alongside picnic areas to enjoy some lunch with the family. The visitor centre supplies fishing essentials, confectionery, refreshments and ice creams.
The Reservoir is home to a sailing club with special facilities and boats for disabled sailors. Being only a mile inland from the North Sea sailors are always guaranteed a fair breeze. Fishermen can buy day or season licences - beware the penalties if you are caught without one! Sailing and fishing enthusiasts will love it.
Maison Belle is an independent shop, run by five local makers. The owners have their own businesses which they bring together at Maison-Belle, making wonderful range of wares to give as gifts, for your home, or just as a treat for yourself. As well as carefully chosen items including jewellery, handbags, scarves and cards, there are handmade/artisan ranges, and furniture all gorgeously displayed.
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