|With an intriguing Norman church and an old three-arched bridge, this Dales village is within walking distance of majestic views over the rolling hills of picturesque Swaledale.|
During the Middle Ages the
dead were brought in wicker biers to Grinton from
all parts of the dale to be laid to rest at its
large church known as the ‘Cathedral of the
Nearby stands the ruin of 12th century Marrick Priory, a former house for Benedictine nuns.