Skipton Castle
Skipton Castle

Skiptonís castle is perhaps its most famous attraction, but the town with lovely canal-side settings, narrow ginnels, characterful old streets and a plethora of eateries and inns is wonderful as a piece, a great place to spend a day or much longer... Read More

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Eldon Country Hotel

Eldon Country Hotel

In 1842 The Country House was built as one of the Grand Vicarages of the Craven Area.It now combines the elegance and charm of Victorian Country House with all the requirements of a modern hotel.Sauna ... More | visit website

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Tennant Arms

Tennant Arms

Nestling under Kilnsey Crag in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales approximately 12 miles from Skipton The Tennant Arms was built in the 17th century as a coaching inn for travellers passing through Wharfedale.It is ... More | visit website

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Rendezvous Hotel and Leisure

Rendezvous Hotel and Leisure
You will find this hotel just on the outskirts of Skipton, a traditional market town in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. Dine in the canalside Baby Swan restaurant where a stream of activity keeps you entertained ... More | visit website
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Herriots Hotel

Herriots Hotel

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Herriots Hotel in Skipton, situated at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales. We provide a unique oasis that combines ambience, location and service for those looking for high standards.
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Devonshire Arms Country House Hotel & Spa

Devonshire Arms Country House Hotel & Spa

Owned by the Duke of Devonshire, the hotel offers 21st century comfort and facilities with the added attraction of antiques and paintings from the family seat, Chatsworth in Derbyshire. Surrounded by glorious countryside, close to ... More | Double Room: £125 | visit website

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Boutique25

Boutique25

Welcome to Boutique 25 - Skipton's first contemporary boutique hotel offering exclusive, stylish and luxurious town centre accommodation. Individually designed and contemporary in style, we offer six boutique bedrooms. Each with luxurious features such ... More | visit website

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Devonshire Fell Hotel

Devonshire Fell Hotel

The Devonshire Fell is a boutique hotel set in an enviable location among beautiful scenery, with stunning views across the River Wharfe, Yorkshire Dales and the village of Burnsall. While stying at The Devonshire Fell you ... More | visit website

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Tarnhouse Hotel

Tarnhouse Hotel
Tarn House is beautifully positioned amid the wonderful scenery of the Yorkshire Dales just one mile from Skipton. A leafy driveway guides you up a slight hill to the recently restored 17th Century Country Inn.
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Plough Inn (The)

Plough Inn (The)

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Very friendly, family run 18th century Inn with spectacular views. Ideal base for touring/walking Yorkshire Dales, Forest Bowland, Lakes. 9 well-appointed en-suite rooms, ... More | Double Room: From £37.50
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Napier's Restaurant with Rooms

Napier

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Napier's was established in1995 by Ian & julia Ackroyd & is still family owned & run. Our fine bed and breakfast accommodation and renowned restaurant make's Napier's an excellent choice ... More

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