From here, carry on across the moor (watch out for the sheep) and head into the pretty village of Hutton Le Hole. The Ryedale Folk Museum is worth a visit and offers a chance to see life from previous eras. Set in pretty grounds, this museum is a collection of building from across the centuries painstakingly taken apart, moved to the museum and rebuilt stone by stone. If you are feeling a little peckish, The Crown is one of our favourite eateries in the area, and well worth a visit for lunch. If you are going to eat there, they will let you park in their carpark while you visit the village
Once you are finished, head towards Lastingham, you’ll find our namesake the Blacksmiths Arms. This traditional 18th century pub makes a fine refreshment stop, before heading back home.