Skipton Golf Club is set amongst the beautiful Yorkshire Dales between Airedale and Wharfedale. Throughout the course you'll be treated to magnificent views of Sharphaw, Cookrise and Embsay Crags. It is set in beautiful countryside and comprises 18 holes, measuring just over 6000 yards, with a magnificent Clubhouse constructed in 1992 overlooking the course. Eller Beck descends from the surrounding fells and meanders through the back 9 holes providing an interesting water hazard. Visitors are most welcome at this friendly club and will enjoy challenging golf in the stunning natural surroundings of the Yorkshire Dales.
One of the most successful and prestigious business locations in the UK, Broughton Hall Business Park is set amidst 3000 acres of beautiful Yorkshire parkland and is within easy reach of Manchester, Leeds and Harrogate. The historic listed buildings have been carefully and aesthetically converted to high quality office accommodation with sophisticated communications, ample free parking, peace and security. The Broughton Hall Estate extends to almost 3,000 acres together with a small village and Public House. The Hall is the private home of the family and is often used for film and T.V. dramas.
Opened in 1921 the current golf course was designed by the renowned golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie. Tucked away in a beautiful, mature wooded valley at Beckfoot just outside the town of Bingley in West Yorkshire. Shipley has long been known as one of the best golf courses in the Yorkshire area and, with a continuous programme of investment in the golf course and facilities, we believe we will maintain this status. The Shipley Golf Club is a regular venue for the Yorkshire County and Bradford Union Fixtures, whilst also being the home of the Bradford and District Union of Golf Clubs.
The Woodland Trust invites everyone to enjoy Skipton Castle Woods, a 36 acre ancient woodland in the heart of Skipton town centre. Skipton Castle Woods in North Yorkshire is a place to enjoy space, peace and wildlife along a river valley featuring Springs Canal and Eller Beck. Visitors are welcome at Skipton Castle Woods with free woodland access 365 days a year.
Kilnsey Park is a family visitor attraction in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. Spend a day with us exploring and having fun –you can catch a fish, watch our red squirrels play and then enjoy a meal in our cosy cafe/restaurant! Kilnsey Park offers activities for all the family including fun fishing, friendly farm animals, an adventure playground and a nature trail with butterfly garden and rare orchids. We also offer high quality angling in two spring fed lakes for those wanting to catch a fish in this stunning location. Seasonal events and treasure trails mean that there’s always something going on.
The Embsay Steam Railway is run on a voluntary basis by local enthusiasts who maintain the line, engines and rolling stock, man the trains, station ticket office etc. The line currently runs between Embsay and a local beauty spot at Bolton Abbey. There are special train services including "Thomas the Tank Engine" and the "Santa Specials" so please check the time-table for details.
Hesketh farm is located just outside the centre of the beautiful Bolton Abbey, just over 4 miles from Skipton. It has a good sized car park and is a working farm on the fabulous Devonshire Estate owned by the Duke of Devonshire. There's loads here for the kids with a petting zoo where they can get to feed and interact with many of the animals. Outside is a play area and some of the larger animals as well as picnic areas etc. It's an ideal day out in a fantastic setting and an absolute must for all young families.