17 Grassington Road
BD23 1LL
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Tel. 01756 792772
Mob. 07768 742272
E-mail parkhillskipton@aol.com



Bed and Breakfast
per room per night

or £70 for single occupancy

Cash, Cheque or Bank transfer taken. Please note we don't have facilities for card payments.
Maximum two persons per room.

We are a non smoking establishment and do not cater to children under 12 or pets

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Local Information

Come to Skipton for the best in shopping. There are 4 independent butchers in Skipton all making award winning Pork Pies and Sausages and we source our meats from all of them. If chocolate is more your thing, Walkers chocolatiers have an enormous range of locally-made handcrafted chocolates.

We have ample private parking so it's easy to leave the car and explore the area on foot, by bike or local bus.

Take a trip from Skipton station on the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway across the scenic Ribblehead viaduct.

Canal trips are available from the canal basin in the centre of town, and steam train rides from Embsay railway only 2 miles away.

Attractions in the area include the Wensleydale Creamery home of the cheese, Grommit, Gayle Mill, the restored water mill featured in the Restoration programme.

Skipton also hosts many themed events during the year and the surrounding area is well served with restaurants, bars, cafes, theatres, cinema. Fine dining is available at the Bull at Broughton, the Angel at Hetton and the Box Tree at Ilkley. For those who prefer retail therapy Skipton holds a local market 3 days a week and a farmers' market on the first Sunday of each month. Shopping at Boundary Mills and Harrogate are both only a short drive away.

We are also an ideal base for walking in the Dales.We are at the start of the Lady Anne's Way walking route. Consult Absolute Escapes if you want to know more about this walk.

Farmers Market at the Canal Basin every 1st Sunday in the month.

The Canal

The Canal

Park Hill stands opposite the Battery, thought to be so named because of a cannon emplacement during the siege of Skipton Castle in the English Civil War.

View towards the Battery

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