Ilkley

Ilkley is famed of course for that song, but has a lot more going for it, including its fame as an antiquarian book centre and a foodie destination, and the moorland celebrated in the Yorkshire national anthem offering delightful scenery and some adventure sports... Read More

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Craiglands Hotel

Craiglands Hotel

We pride ourselves on providing genuinely warm and personal service while you relax in the luxurious elegance of our Victorian house. When you visit us you must take some time out, stroll through the tranquil grounds, ... More | visit website

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The Crescent Inn

The Crescent Inn
A collection of eleven affordable boutique bedrooms in the heart of Ilkley, each named after the local moors. We have English styled rooms inspired by the local cloth industries, along with rooms that nod to the ... More | visit website
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Crescent Hotel

Crescent Hotel

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In the heart of Ilkley, close to the Yorkshire Dales and the famous Ilkley Moor, this historic hotel offers free parking, good food, a lively bar and good-value guest accommodation. In ... More

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Rombalds Hotel & Restaurant

Rombalds Hotel & Restaurant

The Best Western Rombalds Hotel Ilkley has had its doors open to weary travellers and explorers of the 'Moor' since 1835 when Best Western Rombalds hotel began its life as a West Yorkshire rooming house. ... More | visit website

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Henry VIII ex-communicated - 1538, 1st Bowler Hats go on sale - 1849, The Wright Brothers take Flight - 1903, Mary Bell found Guilty - 1968, IRA bomb Harrods - 1983, Work begins on the Channel Tunnel - 1988, Ian Huntly found Guilty of Soham Murders - 2003
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