Goathland Tourist Information

Goathland Station

Goathland Station

Goathland moorland village in the heart of the North York Moors National Park has a station stop along the route of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway running year round through the centre of the Park between Pickering and Whitby. Aidensfield village of hit TV series ‘Heartbeat’, Goathland has a string of famous tv and film appearances to its name including the station’s starring role as Hogsmeade station in the first Harry Potter film!

Whether you’re on the ‘Heartbeat’ or Harry Potter Trail, or looking for a beautiful walking holiday location, Goathland B&Bs and holiday cottages are the perfect choice. The pretty village boasts a traditional inn, a regular bus service making it easy to explore the wider National Park, a caf

You’ve the advantage of a peaceful village base in the heart of the North York Moors, with a choice of local waterfall and moorland walks, plus easy access to a range of attractions lining the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, including easy access to Whitby attractions. Visitors can also connect with the Esk Valley Railway by changing at Grosmont station, just one station stop to the North, opening up a host of attractions in Captain Cook Country. Goathland is one of the best locations for exploring the National Park by vintage steam railway. Search and book Goathland accommodation online now!

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