Run by Timothy Taylor this historic little inn, with its low ceilings, is a real 'local' but also known for its excellent fine cask ale"
Cononley Park was completely transformed in 2011 and boasts equipment to suit all ages from the sandpit to the tall climbing frame. There is also a skate-park area situated alongside the park.
Further down the Village than the New Inn is the Railway. Called for obvious reasons that it is situated next to the Railway. This is also across from the Park.
Also serves food.
CURRENTLY CLOSED BUT HOPING TO REOPEN SOON.
The local Village Institute offers a variety of events throughout the year including a Beer Festival, a Village Crafts Show and frequent fund-raising coffee mornings.
Cononley Sports Club is open most Saturdays with football or cricket matches taking place weekly. There is a licensed bar and a pool table.
St John's Church holds a service each Sunday at 11am. There is also a Toddler Praise group that meets on the second Monday of each month at 2pm.
The Railway station is on the Airedale Line and offers direct trains to Leeds, Bradford Forster Square, Frizinghall, Shipley, Saltaire, Bingley, Crossflatts, Keighley, Steeton & Silsden, Cononley, Skipton. Skipton is also joined on to the Settle-Carlisle Line offering trains to various locations including Morecambe.
This picture of the Station shows High View Holiday Cottage in the background.
As Cononley is situated at the Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales there are a variety of picturesque Towns and Villages within a short distance.
There are some beautiful walks available within the Village for all abilities. You might wish to wear your trainers or flipflops for a leisurely stroll round the River Aire. Alternatively, you may wish to pull on your hiking boots and set off up the hillside. There is a footpath right at the bottom of the Cottage's drive offering a handy route!