Cononley is a small village in the heart of North Yorkshire. The village sits in a wide valley surrounded by beautiful rolling hills, the quaint village railway station adds to the countryside’s beauty like a scene out of the railway children.
The village dates back to the 17th century, famed for hand loom weaving and coal mining. Cononley sits 3 miles (4.83 km) south of Skipton, a thriving market town, which maintains the traditions of the past, with its medieval castle and famous Leeds – Liverpool canal. An annual national survey by Rightmove, invariably places Skipton on the podium as the happiest place to live in the UK. This could be down to the fact that as well as being on the doorstep of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Skipton boasts a multitude of coffee shops, tearooms, restaurants, traditional pubs micro-breweries and shops of all kinds. This is an area of the UK well worth discovering. Book now and make your getaway trip a reality.View in Google Maps Book Now