Easingwold is a little gem tucked away at the foot of the Howardian Hills. A Georgian market town that really does deserve to be on the map. A local town that’s surrounded by a network of villages, intertwined amongst the endless acres of breathtaking beauty of the North Yorkshire countryside. If you haven’t heard of Easingwold, it’s unlikely you’ll have come across the names of the surrounding villages: Huby, Crayke, Sutton-on-the-Forest, Stillington, Alne, Aldwark, Raskelf, the list goes on. Easingwold is the heart and hub of our community.
Easingwold and the surrounding villages regularly top national charts in all manner of culinary fare. It has the finest eateries and watering holes your heart could desire. Easingwold is also surrounded with some incredible wedding venues: The Hawkhills, The Burn Hall Hotel, Aldwalk Manor, The Durham Ox (The Ox is well deserved of a big shout out as hosted my incredible wedding), Newburgh Priory, and not forgetting a few miles further afield, The Star Inn at Harome.
If you’re planning to celebrate your dream wedding in the Easingwold area, you really are spoilt for choice, and I know all these venues first hand so know you’ll be guaranteed the fairytale wedding that you’ve always dreamed of.
Wedding Suppliers in Easingwold:
The Bridal Affair
Little Bear & Bird Flower Co.
The Flower Shop
All Saints Church
Easingwold Methodist Church