Cawder Hall Cottages Skipton North Yorkshire UK is an ideal base for exploring the nearby Dales countryside and places of interest;
SKIPTON: Charming market town approx. 1 mile from Cawder Hall Cottages that whilst moving with the times has managed to retain that ‘Olde-worlde’ feel and historical interest. The medieval castle and church sit predominantly at the top of the high st looking down on to a vast array of quality shops and lively street market. Enjoy a full English breakfast or a coffee and cake and round your day off with a ‘fine dining evening or fish and chips, it is all there in the heart of Skipton.
With Craft Fairs, Sheep days, Agricultural shows and Galas, canal rides and battle re-enactments at the castle there is a wealth of things to see and do.
Walk or ride along the Leeds Liverpool canal or hire a classic car to view the area in a more nostalgic way or be daring and take a balloon flight.
A short drive from Skipton and you can enjoy the pretty unspoilt Dales villages of Gargrave, Grassington and Malham, famous for its Cove and cliffs. Kettlewell hosts an annual ‘Scarecrow festival’ which is very popular and also the famous Bolton Abbey with its ruins and steam railway it is ideal for families to picnic and paddle at the side of the river.
For walking and hiking enthusiasts you can enjoy miles of unspoilt natural beauty around Skipton woods, Sharphaw Walk, Malham, Goredale scar and Upper Wharfedale.
Cyclists can now experience the Grand depart of ‘The Tour de France which sped through in 2014.
Haworth home of the Bronte sisters and steam railway, famous Main st and historical church all surrounded by some of the most exposed and rugged moorland within Yorkshire.
Families can enjoy recreational games and pastimes in Aireville park or swimming and picnicking. There are theatre and cinema shows for rainy’ days or fishing, cycling and duck feeding nearby.
At Cawder Hall Cottages we aim to help you enjoy a holiday to remember be it hectic or quiet.
Have a great Yorkshire!