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Skipton Beer Festival


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Getting there (and back)

Skipton Beer Festival 2022

28th to 30th April

Skipton Town Hall
High Street,
Skipton,
North Yorkshire.
BD23 1AH,

Walking

The Town Hall is situated on the High Street approximately 15 mins (0.6 mile) walk from the railway station or 8 mins (0.3 mile) walk from the bus station.

Skipton town

A guide to the pubs of Skipton can be found on CAMRA's WhatPub web-site.

Getting to Skipton

By train

Skipton can be reached by train with regular direct services from Leeds and Bradford, less frequent services from Lancaster and Carlisle and a single direct train per day from London Kings Cross. Visit National Rail enquiries for more information.

By bus

Please note that only the Keighley buses run into the evening and that the last buses to Burnley, Kirkby Lonsdale and Preston. leave Skipton quite early.

By boat

Skipton is on the Leeds-Liverpool canal, so you can get here by narrow boat.

By car

If you are coming by car there is a large pay and display car park behind the Town Hall, please either bring a driver who will not drink (Cordial is available for drivers FOC at the glasses stand), or a much better idea, make a weekend of it and stay over in Skipton.

Why not stay over in Skipton?

Skipton is a historic market town with plenty to offer besides the Beer Festival, including a 900-year old castle, the Leeds-Liverpool canal, the market and a variety of independent specialist shops. Make a weekend of your visit to Skipton Beer Festival. Several of the pubs in the centre of town offer accommodation and there are plenty of Bed and Breakfast establishments.

The nearest camp site is at Niffany Farm, a short taxi ride away, there is also Riverside Caravan Site, Cononley which is first stop on the railway to Leeds and Bradford.

For more information on Skipton‘s attractions and accommodation, contact Skipton Tourist Information Office on 01756 706397 or visit: