Market Town
of Beverley

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Cobbled streets
restaurants, shops
& racecourse

Beverley, a prominent tourist destination since the 12th Century, is one of Yorkshire’s best kept secrets. Renowned for its exquisite 13th Century Minster, the town is also home to a lively market, thriving music scene and excellent horse racing. With pretty cobbled streets and courtyards, Beverley continues to attract history buffs, music lovers, race goers and shoppers.


Beverley is a nearby thriving market town, around 10 minutes drive from Coneygarth. Visitors are attracted to this well-loved town by a variety of options – you can enjoy a day at the races, boutique shopping, a quiet drink in an historic pub and a meal in an increasing number of fabulous café-bars and restaurants.

For a perfect introduction, head for landmarks like Beverley Minster, one of Europe’s finest gothic churches or St. Mary’s Church which is blessed with many architectural wonders and oddities. On market day, why not take the colourful town trail and browse the bustling streets of Toll Gavel, Ladygate and Hengate. If you are looking for something quieter, you can soak up the atmosphere in one of Beverley’s many historic pubs; enjoy some fine dining in any of the numerous local restaurants or simply escape to the wildflower meadows of Beverley Westwood.

The picturesque town centre provides an upmarket shopping experience in a beautiful and historic setting. It is lined with cobbled streets and charming courtyards offering both designer boutique style shops and popular high street shops. The Flemingate Shopping Centre, which is also packed with leisure options, has dramatically transformed an area in the town once known for its tannery. Famous for its Saturday market, Beverley provides a vibrant and friendly atmosphere, each week proving to be as lively and colourful as the one before.

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