is a village
and civil parish
in the Ryedale
district of North Yorkshire
, about six miles east of York
. The village is part of Ryedale
The village has one public house, The Agar Arms
, and a Church of England
primary school (established in 1863), with about forty pupils.
Warthill is home to St Mary's Church, which was built in the 19th century and is a good example of Victorian Gothic architecture
. Brockfield Hall, a Georgian
house completed in 1807, is situated nearby.