The substantial remains of an abbey of Premonstratensian 'white canons', most notably its lavish roof-height refectory of c. 1300 and other monastic buildings. Within the precinct is the still-active parish church, displaying fine 13th-century wall paintings. In a beautiful setting by the River Swale, Easby can be reached via a pleasant walk from Richmond Castle.
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