Loading Events

← Back to Events

Skipton High Street

+ Google Map
Skipton, BD23 1FD

Archives: Events

You appear to be looking for an event under "skipton high street". It may be that there are no events of that type at the moment.

...or were you looking for this?

Skipton

<p>Skipton, the southern gateway to the Dales grew wealthy as a trading centre for sheep and wool. A small and friendly town with nostalgic cobbled side streets, it began life when the owners...

CONTINUE READING

Rendezvous Hotel Skipton

A purpose built hotel at the gateway to the Dales, Rendezvous has 96 spacious en-suite bedrooms, offering good, honest Yorkshire provender, modern facilities including a gym, swimming pool and sauna.

CONTINUE READING

Skipton Castle

Guardian of the Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales for over 900 years, Skipton Castle, once home to the famous Clifford Lords, is one of the best preserved and most complete medieval castles in...

CONTINUE READING

What to do in December

As we move into December everyone's thoughts turn towards the Christmas festivities. Looking for an original gift? The Dales is a great place for small...

CONTINUE READING

Street Head Caravan Park

Friendly, family-run park in the heart of the Dales. Camping, touring and static caravans. Stay in beautiful, tranquil Bishopdale and explore the wonderful surroundings your way.

CONTINUE READING

Skipton public toilets

Accessible toilets, RADAR key facilities, baby changing. Located at: Town Hall car park, off High Street Coach Street car park, off Coach Street Bus Station, Waller Hill, Keighley Road  

CONTINUE READING

High Blean B&B

We are situated overlooking lake Semer Water and offer two guest bedrooms both of which are en-suite. Raydale is off Wensleydale and is quiet and peaceful ideal for those wanting to get away from it.

CONTINUE READING

The Shippon

Cosy cottage with its own parking, 2 double bedrooms, lounge, kitchen diner, garden & summerhouse. The lounge has a multi fuel burner that is alight on arrival in cooler months for a warm welcome

CONTINUE READING