Bawtry is buzzing with cafes, restaurants and independent shops. With an abundance of great places to eat and drink, this South Yorkshire market town is the perfect destination for an hour or two spent shopping or people watching with a coffee or a cocktail.
How to get there by public transport?
Travel by train from Sheffield railway station to Doncaster. Take a 5-minute walk to the Interchange and catch either the 21, 25 or 29 towards Worksop and get off at the stop on High Street / Wharfe Street, Bawtry. Plan your journey there.
How much does it cost?
Free to browse but coffees and cocktails are extra!
What is the best thing about the place/attraction? When is the best time to visit?
Bawtry is a lively market town and hosts a variety of events throughout the year, more details on the Visit Bawtry website.
There are plenty of shops and cafes. Public toilets are located on Gainsborough Road.
Many businesses are set well back from the road. Pavements are accessible to wheelchair users and those with prams or pushchairs.
If you go there, don’t miss…
Look out for the southernmost house on the Great North Road named Number One Yorkshire – it’s called that because it’s the first house you come to when you cross the border from Nottinghamshire.