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Grassington House Hotel

Grassington, United Kingdom

Overlooking the cobbled village square in the Yorkshire Dales, this stone Georgian building features a posh restaurant with guestrooms, and is 9.3 miles from Skipton Castle and 9.6 miles from Bolton Abbey. The 9 elegant, individually designed rooms feature flat-screen TVs, designer toiletries and complimentary bottled mineral water, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities with homemade biscuits. Wi-Fi is free. Some rooms have window seats and balconies. Full Yorkshire breakfast is included. There's also a fireside bar and a posh restaurant with a terrace. The chef sometimes offers master cooking classes. Free Wi-Fi Free breakfast

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JD Photography

Settle, United Kingdom

Join me on my adventures through Yorkshire and beyond. All images are available in various sizes and finishes, please contact me for more info.

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The Royal Shepherd Inn

Skipton, United Kingdom

GETTING TO KNOW THE HISTORY OF THE ROYAL SHEPHERD The Royal Shepherd is the only pub in the country to have the name. The pub is thought to have been named after George III at the beginning of the 19th century. He was nicknamed Farmer George after creating model farms at Windsor, and The Royal Shepherd is thought to have been named in his honour in keeping with Skipton's agricultural and sheep farming connections. a "charter" outlining its royal connections that used to hang on the wall but went missing when the pub was closed for several months in 2011.​ THE HAUNTING OF THE ROYAL SHEPHERD INN! The Royal Shepherd Inn, which has been haunted since 1782 by the ghost of John Southworth who was murdered there. As well as Molly Barker and her faithful dog, Tag, who still haunts the Canal path to this day

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The Fent Shop

Skipton, United Kingdom

The Fent Shop is a treasure trove for fabrics, wools, designer fents and all sewing and knitting accessories.

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Harrison Boothman

Skipton, United Kingdom

Family run local estate agency in central Skipton location.

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Coffee & CLay

Skipton, United Kingdom

Coffee and Clay combines an imaginative paint-a-pot studio with a delicious cafe and party venue.

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Lychee Cantonese Restaurant

Skipton, United Kingdom

A family run, fully licensed restaurant with over 25 years experience serving Cantonese cuisine, we pride ourselves on serving freshly prepared, delicious meals. Originating from the Guangdong province in South Eastern China, which borders Hong Kong, Cantonese cuisine is one of many Chinese culinary traditions although it is perhaps the most recognised in the Western world. Our frequently updated menu offers many regional Cantonese classics such as Sweet and Sour Pork and Roast Duck with Lychee in Plum sauce as well as a variety of fusion and provincial dishes including Japanese Katsu Chicken Curry, Singapore Vermicelli, spicy Szechuan and Kunbo. In addition we provide a seasonal specials board and a full vegetarian menu. However, if your preferred dish does not appear on our menus, please do not hesitate to ask as we will endeavour to fulfil your request.

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Rebecca Bridges Photography

Colne, United Kingdom

Professional photographer based in Colne where I own my own studio. Fun - Professional - Creative - Photography covering all aspects from Weddings to Commercial.

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Moule Media

Skipton, United Kingdom

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Cock & Bottle

Skipton, United Kingdom

The name “Cock & Bottle” was once quite a common name for public houses and is believed to refer to the availability of liquor in draught or bottled form; the “cock” being the name for the tap in the front of a barrel. The actual date of building of The Cock & Bottle in Skipton is, as yet, unknown to us, although there has been a building on the site from the late 17th Century and it would certainly have been in existence at the time of the building of the Leeds – Liverpool Canal through Skipton. It is rumoured that a certain type of lady would entertain the navvies in the small rooms up in the gables seen at the front of the building. It has been observed that the rooms are not very high but, then again, if they were put to a certain use, would not have needed to be.

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