- "Just one night i this traditional pub with rooms. The room we has was spacious and even had a sofa to relax on, bathrooms more than adequate, but a tad on the small size. Breakfasts were delicious as were the evening meals in the bar. Ideal for Skipton town centre and a visit we'd repeat if in the area in need of accommodation. Recommended."
- "In a good central location close to restaurants, shops etc. Our room was spacious, nicely decorated and came with all the requirements and although on the front we were not bothered by noise. The bathroom was also spacious with a nice waterfall shower. The staff were welcoming and friendly, the breakfast good. There is a car park at the rear with a small charge although through an arch which is very narrow and I didn't risk it, a small car would be ok I imagine. A perfectly good stay & good value."
- "Could not fault our stay at the Coach House. The location is superb and walking distance to the town centre. The customer service is outstanding, as are the rooms. Decorated to a very high standard with all the mod cons and the most beautiful bathroom with rain shower and Jacuzzi! Great toiletries too! Breakfast was lush, especially if you like black pudding! Would not hesitate to come back."
- "Within walking distance of everything, with parking. The building is old and very attractive, our room was great, comfortable and clean with a powerful shower. We dined in the restaurant at night which was very busy and had a good atmosphere, the food was excellent, we really enjoyed our night. Breakfast next morning was also top notch and very enjoyable. A good experience we look forward to repeating."
- "A beautiful, old property, lots of beams etc., stylishly antique with modern touches, good quality linens and towels, and excellent power showers. Room only is not a problem as there are many cafes/restaurants just around the corner. No parking but easy to find a space close by. Very comfortable, excellent value for money. Recommended."
- "We had a brilliant week here, in a great location to Skipton and for exploring the Dales, Daniel was a welcoming host and nothing was too much trouble. Our room was lovely with great attention to detail and lots of homely treats. Divine breakfast cooked to order with local produce. We would not hesitate to return."
- "The pub is in a great spot for walkers and the Pennine Way. We had a great stay, very comfortable and the pub is a popular and busy place, the staff all very friendly, food excellent, a tad above the usual pub grub, breakfasts also good and filling. We will definitely be staying again and recommend to all, walkers especially."
Known as the 'Gateway to the Dales', Skipton is perfectly positioned to act as a superb base for exploring this dramatic part of the country. The town was listed in the Domesday Book, and has been a prosperous market town for many hundreds of years. Today its economy focusses on tourism and the recruitment industry, although finance and the retail sector also play major roles in the fortune of this town.
Skipton Castle and the 18th Century canal are just two examples of the history that's waiting to be explored here. For those who like to go off the beaten track, the Yorkshire Dales National Park is just to the north, offering plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and climbing. With the nearby towns of Keighley and Burnley easily accessible, there's much to explore in the surrounding area.
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