Enter a date to show live availability then book online - easy! There is also a steep incline and decline along the river and a steep incline from the river up to the road. What would you like to see the Yorkshire Lass become? What would you like to see it become? Something that touches or has touched them and their lives at some point. Add your email contact details and let past regulars get in touch. Apartments and Hotels near to The Yorkshire Lass We've found you a selection of fantastic hotels near The Yorkshire Lass. The track passes over the railway and after 200 yards has a tarmac surface, swings slightly left and over a ramp to a junction.
Terrain This is an easy to moderate walk with a short steep decline at Nidd Viaduct. Here you can visit the Wishing Well and the Petrifying Well where absorbent objects are turned to stone with the passage of time. We want your feedback, ideas, skills, passion, and help! How do you fancy getting involved in an initiative with your local community that aims to: 1. Here you will find dark beers from the Heineken range Opening hours 1500 M - F. Cross over the road just past the traffic lights and keep on the footpath for about 200 yards. Tony Cerexhe — Founder Member — The Drouthy Band. At the junction with Old Barber turn left and after 100 yards through the opening in the fence.
This place could be that again. Path now reaches road, go straight across the road and over stone stile green footpath sign Great Alms Cliff Path continues for 200 yards until reaching another road. Join us as we try to save The Yorkshire Lass. We follow the road to a junction then turn left then right up the hill into Knaresborough. Over the years me and my family have spent many a happy night at the Yorkshire Lass and if we all pull together we can make it a great venue once again which will be an asset to both the local community and visitors alike.
At top of hill path drops down hill and turns right into wood and down over stream. At end of this barn follow onto path which now has a cricket field on the left. These things are incredibly precious and should be cherished and protected. Submission of news can be a press release or just an email with any information you know. The views of the Nidd Gorge are breathtaking. That would be a very sad loss for Knaresborough, and one I feel many would regret and mourn for a long time. The Yorkshire Lass is worth saving and can be saved.
You pay no booking fee so the price you see is the total price you pay per room. Two further field stiles dropping slightly downhill. Uphill and straight on over the stile into the field keeping the hedge on the left. When we come to a bridge over the river we go over it and turn right now with the river on our right. Two further stiles and path meets road. After only 20 yards turn right into Mill Lane. Again straight across and onto path by hedge.
It also chips away at community pride. Or skip straight below to find out how you can get involved…. Too much of this going on in the bankrupt United Build-dom, where the only thing we make any more is a bl—-y mess. Looking for more information about Harrogate? As a hub we want it to be connected and totally tuned in to the needs of local businesses and the surrounding community. Here, take the gap in the fence and onto the grassy track. A new planning application for 4 flats has now been submitted and once again the Yorkshire Lass is facing demolition. It is a very friendly family run business.
The dungeon and sallyport and also the two storey keep where Richard 2nd was once imprisoned are open to the public. The path continues by the riverside and reaches a little footbridge over an incoming stream. Recommend us via the social networking share button on the left hand side of the page, or follow us on or Were you a customer, publican or member of staff at this pub? Encouraging local people to play a part in saving and regenerating this much loved community asset will promote positive values, self-worth, and community spirit, giving the people of Knaresborough an achievement and a lasting asset to be proud of for generations to come. Watch out for the wide variety of wildlife such as kingfishers, tree creepers, nuthatches, grey wagtails, dippers and numerous butterflies, mayflies and insects. Today there are many examples of successful take over and community ownership projects, and this is becoming increasingly common. It doesn't make any difference as the paths rejoin into one after about 50 yards. Any social events would be great.
Yorkshire Lass, , Picture source: Peter Ashworth The Yorkshire Lass was situated on Harrogate Road. Now turn left over stile ringway way marker on stile points straight ahead but ignore this Now keep hedge on left for about 600 yards. If you have views please do share them now. Here take the path to the left signposted Knaresborough and again follows near the river bank. The fire was quickly extinguished and building secured.
This is now Fulwith Mill Lane with select houses at either side of the road. Now that the Boathouse Cafe has closed along with De Mario's and Now the Yorkshire Lass we really need you there. We go under the viaduct and follow the river path into Nidd Gorge. Good luck with your campaign, Rachel, et al. Emergency services were called to the Yorkshire Lass Public House in , yesterday evening at 7pm, following reports of a. Pub reviews for The Yorkshire Lass: None found.