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Brook Taverner Northallerton can be found at 174 High Street, in the unit previously occupied by Steam Trading Cookshop unit, neighboured by Skipton Building Society and Thomas the Baker. There is ample parking available directly outside our store on the main high street.Back to top
Northallerton is situated in one of the prime Northern England locations. Not only are their fantastic direct train links to nearby Leeds, York, Durham, Manchester and Newcastle, but the direct line to London's Kings Cross takes just two and a half hours. Northallerton is also just a 15-minute drive from the Leeming Bar exit of the A1 (Junction 51) - simply follow Northallerton Road/A684 before taking the 1st exit on Boroughbridge Road.
From the North, the A19 Stokesley Junction is 15 minutes away from the town centre via Stokesley Road and from the South, follow signs from the A19 to the A168 and follow this road for 10 minutes in the middle of Northallerton.Back to top
Phil Atkinson - Manager since 2019
With a population of approximately 15,000 people. Northallerton can trace its heritage as a settlement back to Roman times, however the area grew in importance in the 11th century when King William II gifted the land to the Bishop of Durham. At the time it was renowned for its religious connotations before a period of battles followed, likely due to the favourable location between the hillsides surrounding the area to the East and West.
In the centuries that followed, Northallerton established itself as a vital stopping point on the popular trade route between London and Edinburgh, before the growth of railways saw the market town grow in prominence as a further trade path to and from locations throughout the UK. Now, Northallerton is part of the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire and lies in the Vale of Mowbray and at the northern end of the Vale of York.Back to top
Brook Taverner Northallerton can be found at 174 High Street, in the unit previously occupied by Steamer Trading, in between Skipton Building Society and Thomas the Baker. There is ample parking available directly outside the store on the main high street.