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Bolton Abbey, Skipton, North Yorkshire

Bolton Abbey
Skipton
North Yorkshire

BD23 6EX | View map
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The Yorkshire Estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.

Explore this historic estate with its medieval buildings or simply relax beside the river Wharfe and enjoy being in this romantic landscape whilst the children play. With over 80 miles of moorland, woodland and riverside footpaths, with walks for all ages and abilities there is something for everyone. Descriptive leaflets and guide book showing various paths are available from the Estate gift shops.

Electric wheelchairs are available giving access to the Priory ruins, riverside, Cavendish Pavilion and the Cumberland and Green trails in Strid Wood. To book telephone 01756 718009 / 710663.

For further information about the Estate please telephone Moira or Mark on 01756 718009 visit our website or send an email.

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Nearest Train Station: Skipton & Ilkley
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Nearest UK Airport: Leeds/Bradford
Months Open: Every day 9am - dusk
Please check for opening times of gift shops and refreshments
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - pre-booked guided tours of the priory church avail
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: £5 per vehicle (occupants free)
£3.50 disabled badge holders
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant/Café

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Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway (4.33 miles)

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