Perhaps better known as 'Aidensfield', this picturesque village in the North York Moors National Park provided the setting for ITV's Heartbeat for over 18 years. But Goathland's screen credits don't finish there, the village's historic train station featured in the Harry Potter films as the fictional 'Hogsmeade' station and as Mannerton in the hit series All Creatures Great and Small. Looking at the village, it's easy to see why the silver screen is drawn to this area, watching the steam trains roll in through the purple heather of the moors past the quaint, stone cottages, delightful pubs and free-roaming sheep, Goathland feels like a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the modern world... like stepping back in time to simpler days.
Our cottages in Goathland will find you right in the heart of this charming village, where you can stop by the 'Aidensfield Arms' for a pint of Yorkshire Black Sheep beer, stroll by a 1960's 'Aidensfield' police car or stop by one of the village's tea rooms for a quick refreshment before stepping out into the wild countryside of the moors, walks from here will lead you through breathtaking scenery to the surrounding villages and towns, each with a character all of their own. If walking isn't for you, The North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway runs through the village to the market town of Pickering to the south, and north to the popular seaside town of Whitby in the summer months.
Take a look below at our Goathland cottages or pay a visit to our related pages to view the range of charming cottages in surrounding villages such as Glaisdale, Lealholm, Grosmont and Danby.