Hampsthwaite is a thriving village in Nidderdale in
the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire. It lies on the
south bank of the River Nidd about 4 miles north west
of Harrogate. The centre of the village is designated
as a Conservation Area and lies just outside the
Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The village has much to offer including a village
store, doctors surgery, the Joiners Arms public house
and St. Thomas a Becket Church. There is a village
Primary School, Memorial Hall and Village Room, and
sporting clubs include Hampsthwaite Cricket Club and
Hampsthwaite and Birstwith Junior Football Club.
The fashionable spa town of Harrogate has an
excellent range of shops, bars, restaurants and leisure
facilities, in addition to transport links including
railway and bus services to Leeds and York.
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From Harrogate Town Centre head north on the A61 Ripon Road. At the
roundabout after about 1 mile take the first exit left onto the A59 Skipton Road.
After about 1.6 miles turn right onto Chain Bar Lane. After about half a mile turn
left at the T junction into Hollins Lane. (Satnav HG3 2HH)