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County - West Yorkshire | Map
Tel code: 01535 | code search
Postcode: BD20/21/22 | code search
Population: 50000
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Birthplace of:
Gordon Bottomley Alastair Campbell Mollie Sugden Eric Pickles
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Cultural Britain:
Bronte Country
Hauntings and Ghosts:
Riddlesden Hall’s Starved Lovers
Folk Customs:
Denby Dale Pie
Lee Fair
Midgley Pace Egg Play
Minden Day
The Devils Knell

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Dalesgate Hotel
"Good Points: Staff were very friendly and helpful, good breakfast choice. Has a car park, and near some pretty places. Comfortable beds. Bad Points: Nasty D.I.Y decor,old fittings and although the ..." More

Dalesgate Hotel
"Good Points: THE HOTEL WAS FRIENDLY AND WE WERE ABLE TO COME IN LATE WITHOUT A PROBLEM. Bad Points: HARD PILLOWS, THE ROOM WAS VERY DATED AND COULD DO WITH UP ..." More

Cricketers Arms
"A vibrant real ale pub, live music two/three nights per week (blues every Tuesday & rock covers every Friday)and a small downstairs bar, The Underground, open Friday & Saturday nights. ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Keighley | 10 Places to Stay

Keighley – as Cichhelai – is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, when it was a tiny rural settlement (the very name meant Cyhha’s Farmstead). These days the town is reinventing itself, its heyday as a textile manufacturing town and centre for heavy engineering now the past. But there is plenty of material to work with for the future: the remaining Victorian architecture of the centre; the miles of waterside available along the Aire, the Leeds-Liverpool Canal and the Worth; and the lovely surrounding countryside including the sometimes brooding Rombald’s Moor – this is the edge of Bronte Country after all . One attraction in the town that is pleased to look backwards is the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, a little gem with just five miles of line but a long track record in the movies and TV that includes The Railway Children (“Daddy, my Daddy”), Poirot, and Last of the Summer Wine. For many residents Keighley is a dormitory town looking south to Bradford, but visitors are just as likely to be directing their attention to the countryside north of the town. Whichever way they are facing, they shouldn’t miss out on the excellent local beer – Timothy Taylor’s Landlord is rightly famed, but the town has some thriving micro-brewers too.

Accountant

Fletchers Accountancy
Knightsbridge And Co
PM Accountancy
Stirk Lambert & Co
Walkers
Worth Accounting

Attraction

Bronte Parsonage Museum
Cliffe Castle Museum
East Riddlesden Hall
Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
Vintage Carriages Trust Museum of Rail Travel

Budget

Innkeepers Lodge *book online*
Premier Inn Bradford North *book online*

Camping

Winter House Farm

Care Home

Gyllside Care Home
Townend Close

Cinema

Picture House Cinema

Classes

Sheila Murray Yoga
Yoga - Iyengar

Dentist

Earl Royd Dental Centre

Harker and Associates

Estate Agent

Dacre Son & Hartley
Inman Residential
McManus & Poole
Reeds Rains Estate Agents
The Green Partnership

Golf Club

Branshaw
Keighley

Market

Keighley Market Hall

Pub and Bar

Boltmakers Arms
Braithwaite Tavern
Cricketers Arms
Flappit
Grapes
Grinning Rat
Kings Arms
Marquis Of Granby
New Inn
Quarry House Inn
Red Pig

Waggon & Horses

Restaurant

Bella Napoli
Harlequin Restaurant
Marquis Of Granby
Maxi's
New Inn
Piccolo Mondo
Victoria Restaurant
Villa Fiori
Waggon & Horses

School

Malsis School

Self-Catering

Horkinstone House

Solicitor

Armstrong Wood & Bridgman
John Holden

Taxi

Aireside Taxis
Arrows
Central Taxis
Crown Taxis
Galaxy Taxis
Keighley Taxis

Oxford Taxis

Theatre

Keighley Playhouse

Vet

Aireworth Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Aire Valley Racing Team (Cycling)
Airedale (Men's Hockey)
Airedale (Women's Hockey)
Silsden (Amateur Football)
Silsden CC (Cricket)

Shops

Millers Book Exchange
Merry Melon
Boots
Cavendish Galleries
A1 Vision
Green Syke Nursery
Offshoots
Ego
Aireworth Chemist
M J Leaver
David Petyt Ltd
Taylors Ltd

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Halfords
Cavendish Galleries
The Brent Gallery
Art
Moldai Studios
H Samuel
B&Q
Picture Perfect Photography
House of Books Yorkshire

Antiques

Revival Antiques
Purto Oro Italian Jewellery

Activities

Keighley RC(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Keighley

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Innkeepers Lodge (0.66 miles)

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visitors to Innkeepers Lodge Keighley can enjoy a trip to the bronte parsonage-museum dedicated to the legendary bronte sisters or to keep the children amused why not take a trip ... More

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Dalesgate Hotel (1.23 miles)

Dalesgate Hotel

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The Dalesgate Hotel is a friendly, family-run 2-star hotel on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales and 'Bronte Country'. Holistic therapies are on offer. This charming 20-bedroom hotel is just 1.5 miles ... More

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Premier Inn Bradford North (2.10 miles)

Premier Inn Bradford North
A convenient location just 11 miles from Leeds Bradford Airport and 2 miles from Keighley train station. For shops and local amenities Bradford city centre is only 9 miles away. Our Bradford North (Bingley) Premier Inn ... More | visit website
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Ashmount Country House (2.78 miles)

Ashmount Country House
We have one of the best luxury sets of Accommodation that Yorkshire has to offer. Our Victorian house, built by Dr Ingham the Bronte family's physician lies in three quarters of an acre with fabulous ... More | visit website
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Rosebud Cottage Guest House (3.01 miles)

Rosebud Cottage Guest House
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Bridge House B&B (3.03 miles)

Bridge House B&B

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We are a grade II listed georgian house close to the centre of Haworth, famous for its association with the Bronte sisters. We offer contemporary and comfortable en-suite accomodation; guests ... More

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Weavers Bar (3.05 miles)

Weavers Bar

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Set on the historic cobbles, just in front of the bronte parsonage museum, in the heart of the village, this eccentric eclectic, stylish place has evolved over three decades from ... More

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Woodlands Grange Private Hotel (3.06 miles)

Woodlands Grange Private Hotel

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Secluded detached residence in the Bronte village of Haworth.We are located 500 yards from the famous cobbled Main Street overlooking Worth Valley Preserved Steam Railway (Railway Children Fame). All rooms ... More

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The Manor Cullingworth (3.08 miles)

The Manor Cullingworth
If you are looking for a warm and comfortable environment in which to relax and enjoy your stay whilst visiting Yorkshire then The Manor will be perfect for you! We are Five Star Rated from ... More | visit website
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The Manor Guest House (3.08 miles)

The Manor Guest House

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Lovingly restored 18th century manor house still retaining many original features. Ideally situated for exploring the rugged Pennine Moorland of Bronte Country, the Yorkshire Dales and beyond. With a Visit ... More

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