About Boroughbridge


First settled in Roman times, Boroughbridge is a centre for the history, scenic beauty, attractive villages, and leisure activities of North Yorkshire.

Adjacent to the A1M in North Yorkshire on the banks of the River Ure, yet just 2 minutes from junctions 48 & 49, Boroughbridge is an ancient and attractive market town with many attractions and amenities.

Equidistant between Edinburgh and London with free town centre parking, it is an ideal place for travellers to take a break and stretch their legs and offers a pleasant alternative to a bland motorway service station - with so much more to offer.

Located within 30 minutes of the thriving Yorkshire centres of Leeds, York and Harrogate it is also a popular area for busy commuters with a wide range of attractive housing and services.

Visitors to the area will find Boroughbridge is ideally located as a centre for many local and regional attractions many of which can be found within a few minutes of the town centre itself.

Come to visit us soon, you'll be sure of a very warm welcome!


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St James Square
St James' Square
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