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

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    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 12, 2015

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    ... butterflies, bees and birds were plentiful and varied. Some of the butterflies insisted on landing on the path in front of us so we had to try to avoid standing on them; they must have had a death wish! One small tortoiseshell butterfly led us along the path for a good while, seeming to land for us to catch up before leading us on again.
    One of the plans for the day was to treat ourselves to fish and chips on the sea front, so on our return ...

    Yorkshire water to Yorkshire tea

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... by our return along the river to Burnsall bridge and a drive back to the Abbey. The sat nav has had an interesting few days and on the way home took us back on a slightly different route. The first concern was that the 'narrow road' sign was not accompanied by the usual addition of 'with passing places'. The road was not much wider than the car, and the entrances into fields looked much the same ...

    Formal Houses

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... southern edge to the Minster. By the Minster there is another National Trust property; the Treasurers House. This was originally the residence of the Minster Treasurer but was sold off a couple of hundred years ago and sub divided. It was bought by an industrialist, Frank Green, who acquired most of the property and restored it, filled it with his antiques and then gave it to the nation in 1930. The house ...

    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 ...