The Woolly Sheep Inn

Address: 38 Sheep Street, Skipton, North Yorkshire, England, BD23 1HY, United Kingdom | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 38 Sheep Street, Skipton, is near Skipton Castle, Bolton Abbey, Hesketh Farm Park, and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway.
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      Travel Blogs from Skipton

      Home again

      A travel blog entry by quinlet on Mar 22, 2015

      ... 4 hours to get home.

      The A1 is a good route and much better than the M1 because it is more interesting, mainly an old road widened, rather than a motorway created from scratch. So there's more to see and more interest in the road. And so much better in daylight when we were wide awake, rather than at dusk when we were tired and frustrated. A good trip
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      A Touch of Nostalgia

      A travel blog entry by quinlet on Mar 21, 2015

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      This morning we drove over to Wilmslow where I lived until I was 18. I hadn't been back since 1970 so it was fascinating to see how things had changed. We had two houses there and, actually, neither had changed that much. Wilmslow as a town has definitely gone up market but it had a nice artisan market and we had a good lunch there. Driving back we met Angela's mum and dad and her sister and ...

      A birthday on the motorway

      A travel blog entry by quinlet on Mar 20, 2015

      ... 10 minutes but it made all the difference. We hadn't gone more than a mile or two before hitting traffic. We went slower and slower over the next mile before coming to a complete stop. And stop we did for the next hour and a half. There had been a serious accident ahead and the motorway was shut to allow an air ambulance in and to clear the debris. 90 minutes later we started to move but it was painfully slow taking nearly a n hour to cover the ...

      Bolton Abbey and Strid

      A travel blog entry by philandalice on Aug 28, 2014

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      I slipped a few times. It is narrow at points, and some attempt to jump it, but the moss is so slick on both sides, that the jump leads to quick slide into the rushing (or calm) waters. Both velocities tend to have the same result.

      We hiked back past the Devonshire estate (but we missed Denton Hall - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denton_Hal l,_Wharfedale). Having survived my multiple Strid falls, we thought it best to head to York.
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      Sizzling Skipton!

      A travel blog entry by jaq-wil on Jul 19, 2013

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      ... all this sitting around! The evening is the only fit time for a walk, once the heat of the day has begun to dissipate. On Friday evening we took a stroll along the canal bank through Skipton and came across Adam's Ark - Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council's very own widebeam boat - which I've never actually seen in Doncaster.



      On Saturday Rob trips off to Doncaster to do a job for ...