Nateby is a small village on the crossroads of the road to Mallerstang, Wensleydale and Hawes and the road to Keld and Swaledale. There is a pub on the crossroads, the Nateby Inn formally the Black Bull, and on the wall is one of the original AA signs. The village once had a primary school, general store, pub, chapel and garage. Today the pub, garage and Methodist Chapel are still in use. There is a beck that runs through the village which is very pretty in summer with Monkey Musk growing in the stream. A short walk across Nateby Park, once part of an extensive deer park belonging to Lord Wharton with a seven foot wall, leads you to Wharton Hall.