HOW TO GET HERE
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By Car (approx 18 miles/40 minutes):
- Take Brook Street to Leeds Road/A65
- Continue to Burley in Wharfedale
- Follow A65 to Broadway/Ring Road/A6120 in Horsforth
- Follow Ring Road to Whitehall Road/A58 in Lower Wortley
- Continue on Whitehall Road/A58
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
By Bus (approx 1 hour):
- Walk south towards Railway Road
- Turn left onto Railway Road
- Catch the Leeds train from Platform 2
- Ride for 31 minutes/5 stops to Leeds Station
- Walk west
- Turn right towards Princes Square
- Turn left towards Princes Square
- Slight right onto Princes Square
- Turn left onto Aire Street
- Catch the 255 from Aire Street (stop S12)
- Ride for 8 minutes/9 stops to Whitehall Road Dixon Lane
- Walk east on Whitehall Road/A58 towards Dixon Lane
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
Ilkley is a suburb in north-eastern Leeds, West Yorkshire. Ilkley is neighboured by Otley, Asquith and Denton. Approximately 17 miles away from Leeds city centre, Ilkley enjoys a spa-town atmosphere.
LIVING IN ILKLEY
Ilkley has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Tesco Superstore, Booths, Tesco Esso Express, Co-op Food - Brook Street, Marks & Spencer ILKLEY SIMPLY FOOD, The Green Health Shop and Sainsbury’s. In Ilkley there is Ilkley Grammar School, All Saints C of E Primary School, Westville House School, Moorfield School, Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School Ilkley - a Voluntary Academy, Ben Rhydding Primary School, Ashlands Primary School and All Saints’ Pre-School offering lots of choice to residents with children.
Ilkley has excellent proximity to the town centre. The A660 offers a quick route, alternatively; the northern railway line arrives in Leeds City Centre and only takes approximately 30 minutes.
Ilkley postcode: LS29
THE HISTORY OF ILKLEY
Earliest evidence of human habitation in Ilkley dates back to the Mesolithic period (approximately 11,000 BC onwards). There is also evidence of more than 250 cup marks dating back to the Bronze Age. There have also been discoveries of the remains of a Roman fort occupying a site near the centre of Ilkley.
THINGS TO DO IN ILKLEY
Back in the Vicotrian times, people would use the frozen lake of Ilkley Tarn at Ilkley Moor for ice-skating. Today people can enjoy the lake for its tranquility and extensive nature trails and walking routes.
Ilkley Manor House is a historical Grade I listed building that has been built on top of a former Roman Fort. The Manor House also has a blue plaque that reads: “Originating in the 14th century and formerly known as The Castle, this mainly 17th century house was built on the remains of the Roman Fort. By 1804 it was divided into cottages. In 1955 it was saved from demolition when Percy Dalton donated it to the community. It was converted into theArt Gallery and Museum in 1961.”
Ilkley Town Centre is surrounded by the beautiful Ilkley Moors. There are fantastic walking routes in and out of the town centre, while there is also an abundance of local and high-street shops, cafes, bars and restaurants to enjoy. Ilkley Town Centre is also the venue for many popular events throughout the year, including; Ilkley Literature Festival, Ilkley Food & Drink Festival and Ilkley Summer Festival.
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