Where to stay? What to do?
Burnsall is a small village alongside the river Wharfe in Wharfedale, one of the nine dales that make up the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The village looks down the dale towards Bolton Abbey with stone walled farmland and small coppices of fir trees lining the hills on either side. It is a popular location for walking, fishing, cycling, rock climbing, pot holing or just the clean Yorkshire fresh air.
There is a choice of accommodation in and around the village ranging from a simple bed and breakfast to a very tasteful country house hotel; either way they offer good value for money. Burnsall is very close to Bolton Abbey, Grassington and Hebden; Skipton is only eleven miles away.