Places to visit - On the doorstep

 

Bolton Abbey Priory - 0.9 miles

Full of history and legend these magnificent ruins date back to the 12th Century.

 

Devonshire Arms Pub - 0.7 miles

Popular country pub. Outside seating with stunning views over the river. 15 minutes walk

 

Hesketh Farm Park - 0.1 miles

Family run working sheep and beef farm. Animals to feed and stroke including cows, sheep, pigs, donkeys, ponies, goats & hens.]

 

Billy Bobs Diner - 1.5 miles

50s style diner & Serving breakfast. Meals throughout the day & Yorkshire ice cream

 

Bolton Abbey Village Shop - 0.7 miles

Shop and Post Office stocking unusual gifts, pictures and greetings cards

 

Tea on the Green - 0.7 miles

Situated in the village serving soups, sandwiches and cakes. Also offers a takeaway service perfect for a picnic

 

Bolton Abbey Tea Cottage - 0.7 miles

Marvelous views overlooking the Priory ruins and the river Wharfe serving morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea

 

Riverside Picnic Area - 0.9 miles

A beach like area looking out over the river towards the Priory. Stepping-stones across the river

 

Buffers Coffee Shop - 1.3 miles

Café and model railway gallery

Cavendish Pavillion - 1.8 miles

Victorian style station building. Hot and cold refreshments every day. Riverside location

 

The Strid - 2.8 miles

A notorious deep and narrow channel in the river Wharfe

Embsay Steam Railway - 3.9 miles

Steam trains run most weekends throughout the year. Occasional visits by Thomas the tank engine and friends

 

Slightly Further Afield

 

Addingham - 5 Minute Drive

  • Local village with excellent pubs serving good food and local beers
  • Coop food shop which has most things you will need.

 

Skipton - 10 Minute Drive

  • Busy market town (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday)
  • Castle dating back to 1090
  • Boat trips along the canal
  • Bizzie Lizzies award winning fish and chip shop
  • Shopping – department stores through to individual more quirky shops
  • Cycle Hire

 

Ilkey - 10 Minute Drive

  • Picturesque town
  • Cow and calf rocks
  • Ilkley moor and White wells café
  • Riverside walks beginning of the Dales Way
  • Lido and indoor swimming pool
  • The Manor House dating back to the 14th century
  • Good mixture of independent and high street shops
  • Numerous pubs, cafes and restaurants including the famous Bettys tea rooms

 

Burnsall - 15 Minute Drive

  • Situated on the River Wharfe
  • Five arched bridge over which the Dales Way passes
  • Large grassy area on the riverbank for picnics and barbeques
  • Red Lion pub

 

Grassington - 25 Minute Drive

  • Attractive Yorkshire Dales village
  • Beautiful stone buildings
  • Good variety of unusual shops
  • Friendly pubs and cafes