Byland Abbey is the perfect place to stop on a family day out, or if you’re walking or cycling in the North York Moors National Park.
An example of early gothic architecture, it inspired the design of the famous York Minster rose window. The Museum displays colourful interpretation panels together with archaeological finds from the site, giving the visitor a fascinating insight into monastic life in Yorkshire. Lovely café and tea rooms, Byland Abbey Inn with 3 letting rooms and great for lunch/afternoon tea.
For all enquiries relating to The Byland Abbey Inn please telephone 01347 868204
- The beautiful west front, with its ruined great rose window
- The lane between the cloister and west range with its row of 35 niche seats
- Romanesque and pointed gothic arches
- The museum with interesting archaelogical finds
Byland, Coxwold, YO61 4BD