How to get here

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The Healthy Home is on a hilltop (Cononley Moor) overlooking the Airedale Valley and the craggy tops above Crosshills that connect with the wild moorlands towards the Bronte sisters’ home of Howarth, and the filming location for movie Wuthering Heights.

TRAIN: Six minutes by car to Cononley rail station to take a train east to Leeds and change for London Kings Cross. (London – Cononley/Skipton is just over 3 hours). Book trains in advance for great value tickets. Ten minutes drive to Skipton where the station also has a rail line running west to Carlisle and up to Scotland (as well as Leeds). Rental cars can be hired in Skipton, Crosshills and Leeds. Taxis from Skipton station can be booked.

ROAD: The new bypass on the A629 means that Bradford is 30 minutes away and that connects with the M62, and the M1 to London.  Two miles away is the county border with Lancashire, with a 10-minute drive to Colne and the M65 motorway connecting western routes, M6 and Manchester. The Lake District is just one hour away by taking the A65 from Skipton north west to Ambleside. Harrogate is a 45 minute drive east along the A59.

IMG_0419AIR: 45 minutes drive to Leeds/Bradford Airport with flights to London and the European hub of Amsterdam. 60+ minutes drive to Manchester Airport which has many international connections. A Skipton taxi to collect you from Manchester Airport is likely about £75 for the trip. It is possible to reach us by train from the Airport going form Manchester to Leeds then changing there for the Skipton train.

Once a booking is confirmed guests will be sent detailed driving instructions and the postcode. A copy can be downloaded here

IMG_0417Skipton is right in the centre of the UK landmass and a great location to meet with friends or family from the north and south.






You could try Yorkshire Airlines … LOL ..


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