Carlton and its surrounding area has loads of places to visit, including beautiful countryside, historic and seaside towns, plus lots of attractions for all the family.
Places to visit
Whitby is North Yorkshire’s seaside gem, the ruined Gothic Whitby Abbey was Bram Stoker’s inspiration for “Dracula” and the Fish & Chips are amazing!
The ancient city of York with the spectacular Minster, Shambles, River, shops and restaurants never disappoints!
A magnificent historic Stately home with ornate interiors, landscaped gardens and adventure playground. Home to the BBC’s Brideshead Revisited series.
A picturesque location and the only market town in the North York Moors National Park, famous Walled garden and Helmsley Castle both worth visiting.
One of the Yorkshire Coast's prettiest destinations with its sweeping, sheltered bay and charming red roof cottages. Best British beach 2020 .
Saltburn by the Sea
A lovely Victorian seaside town with the historic Cliff tramway lift, the oldest water balanced funicular still in operation in Great Britain. Great Fish and Chips!
Whether it's adventuring off road or a gentle jaunt around the village, there are lots off beautiful places to walk and cycle.
Walking and Cycling
James Herriot Museum
Thirsk is a market town with a big market place and home to the World of James Herriot Museum .
Stokesley Golf Range
Jurassic Island Crazy golf is an ideal way for a family to have some competitive fun.
White Water Rafting
Tees Barrage International White Water Rafting is the award-winning home of water adventure and offers a unique variety of water sports that the whole family can enjoy.
Places to eat and drink
The Blackwell Ox
Privately owned and with considerable character and charm, The Blackwell Ox at Carlton in Cleveland is an ideal venue for the discerning diner.
The Sutton Arms
This restaurant offers you great British cuisine in a lovely atmosphere that lets visitors feel relaxed.
The Golden Lion
An 18th Century stone inn, old pew benches and white stone walls are matched with soft cushions and delightful murals that follow the seasons.