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14. The hamlet village of Newton-under-Roseberry, Cleveland

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As you drive along the Great Ayton - Guisborough road, the skyline is dominated by striking outline of the rocky 1051 ft (320 m) high 'mountain' of Roseberry Topping.

As you drive along the Great Ayton - Guisborough road, the skyline is dominated by striking outline of the rocky 1051 ft (320 m) high 'mountain' of Roseberry Topping, a favourite tourist walk.

 

Roseberry Topping as a backdrop to the small and lovely hamlet-village of Newton-under-Roseberry

Roseberry Topping as a backdrop to the small and lovely hamlet-village of Newton-under-Roseberry which dates back to early medieval times. (was called Newton-in-Cleveland).

 

The medieval church of St Oswald.

The medieval church of St Oswald. Rebuilt in 1855? and the chancel was rebuilt in 1897 and the 'stocky' tower in 1901.

 

The Kings Head Hotel in Newton-under-Roseberry

In the lovely little hamlet of Newton-under-Roseberry, North Yorkshire, England, is the Kings Head Hotel where you can get good food, especially after a walk in the splendid surrounding countryside, including the ascent of Roseberry Topping (1051 ft, 329 m high). A gentler stroll across the village green and down a quiet lane takes you to some older houses and the tranquil medieval Church of St Oswald. The Kings Head Hotel in Newton-under-Roseberry, Cleveland, was built in 1796 for the local landowner as his manor house. Its role is now reversed! as it now serves the locals (and visitors) with good food and beer after a good walk in the Cleveland Hills, especially up Roseberry Topping!

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