Timothy Taylors The Woolly Sheep

Inn in Skipton, Yorkshire

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38 Sheep street
BD23 1HY

Timothy Taylors The Woolly Sheep, Skipton

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The Woolly Sheep Inn at Skipton is a much loved part of the local community as well as a popular place for visitors holidaying or visiting the area. Skipton is one of Yorkshires most appealing and vibrant market towns and has much to offer. Tourists return year after year to enjoy the area and stay at the Woolly Sheep.We are well known locally for our outstanding homemade meals, comfortable accommodation and our range of award winning Timothy Taylor real ales.Called the Gateway to the Dales, Skipton is one of Yorkshires most appealing and vibrant market towns and has much to offer the visitor.

A lively outdoor market takes place 4 days per week.Local attractions include a medieval castle, an excellent choice of specialist shops and luxury canal cruises. Skipton is on the doorstep of the magnificent Yorkshire Dales, a unique blend of high fells and quaint little villages. Just a short drive away is Bronte Country- home to the Bronte sisters a rugged windswept heather moorland with Haworth as its focal point.

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