From the A1 Northbound
Exit at Leeming Bar (Northallerton and Bedale) and follow the signs to Leyburn. Follow the road to Leyburn through the villages of Crakehall, Patrick Brompton, Constable Burton and Harmby.
From the A1 Southbound
Exit at Scotch Corner and follow the signs to Richmond. From Richmond follow the signs to Leyburn.
Leyburn by bus and train
Travel by train to Northallerton then catch the 73 bus from Northallerton Station to Bedale. From Bedale catch the 155 bus to Leyburn (see timetable below).
Exploring by bus
From Leyburn there are bus services to Richmond, Masham and Ripon (service 159) and Hawes (156 Little White Bus see below) and Bedale (Service 155) which makes Leyburn an attractive location for touring without a car.
The Little White Bus conveys passengers from Hawes to Leyburn for onward travel to Darlington and back from Leyburn in the evening. Runs on school days only. See Little White Bus Voyager timetable for details.
To get to Darlington by bus, you may use the college service above Monday to Friday during term time. For most other times, Monday to Saturday, it is necessary to get two buses. First is the 159 Leyburn to Richmond. From Richmond you then catch the X26/27 which is a frequent journey every 20 minutes.
The Wensleydale Flyer provides Leyburn with a service on Sundays and Bank Holidays. It runs between Northallerton, through Leyburn to Hawes.
Leyburn is lucky to have a train service run by The Wensleydale Railway. The service runs between Leeming Bar to the village of Redmire, stopping at Bedale, Finghall and Leyburn, a distance of 16 miles. In the summer the railway runs steam engines.
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Leyburn Tourist Information website is provided by The Dales Haven Guest House, which also provides a walk-in inquiry service for visitors on a purely voluntary basis. The service has been provided for seven years with the help of volunteers with no public funding. A council-funded tourist centre closed in 2011 and the Dales Haven was asked by the district council if it would volunteer to provide a service.
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