Cringles Park Home Estate based in Silsden is a gateway to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, with Ilkley, Harrogate, Bolton Abbey and Skipton just short distances away.
Ilkley and Wharfedale are just 10 minutes away by car and there is also a local but route just outside the park.
Ilkley has Bettys Tea Rooms, independent gift shops and a selection of different eateries.
The Manor House Art Gallery & Museum features regular exhibitions and festivals, the Literature Festival being the North's biggest festival dedicated to literature.
Ilkley is known as a walker's town, and holds a Walk and Ride Festival during September.
|Bolton Abbey is the estate within which is located the ruined 12th-century Augustinian Bolton Priory in North Yorkshire. In the early 14th century Scottish raiders caused the temporary abandonment of the site and serious structural damage to the priory. Building work was still going on at the abbey when the Dissolution of the Monasteries resulted in the termination of the priory in 1539. The east end remains in ruins. A tower, begun in 1520, was left half-standing, and its base was later given a bell-turret and converted into an entrance porch.|
|Ilkley Moor is part of Rombalds Moor between Ilkley and Keighley in West Yorkshire|
The Ilkley Lido is great on Summer days - one of the few remaining lidos left in Yorkshire.
Ilkley also features a modern Cinema and Ilkley Playhouse is dedicated to the presentation of live amateur theatre.
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|Ilkley is a spa town and lies mainly on the south bank of the River Wharfe in Wharfedale, one of the Yorkshire Dales. Ilkley's spa town heritage and surrounding countryside draw tourists from far and wide.|
|Skipton is a Historic Yorkshire Dales Market Town. Skipton Castle was constructed in 1090 and today is a well preserved medieval castle and tourist attraction.|
|Silsden lies on the northern slope of the Aire Valley between Keighley and Skipton.|