Leyburn in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... a Food & Drink Fair once a year, showcasing local produce ~ I saw it featured on Rick Stein's Food Heroes the other day and this also seemed to revolve around the square. Shopping in Leyburn isn't too bad. There are three supermarket type shops, the best being the Co-op, for price and selection; it also stayed open until 9pm, so was handy for us to stock up when we came back from a day out. There are a few gift shops, a hardware shop, walking supply shops, a very good butchers and quite a decent range of other shops for such a small town. My only real gripe is that the Fish & Chip Shop closed no later than 8pm every night and t... more
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by - written on 21/07/06 (Very useful, 5362 readings)
If you have read my previous review about Masham you will know that we have just had a lovely trip to the Yorkshire Dales. We were staying in the Richmondshire town of Leyburn; an area in the Wensleydale region of the Dales. Our accommodation was billed as a cottage, but was actually a really nice modern house on the very edge of a rural estate about ten minutes walk from the centre of Leyburn. Although a new housing development it was attractive, quiet and our house had fields on two sides ~ these belonged to a farm, showing how rural our setting was! As I mentioned we had a ten (fifteen sometimes as the weather was SO hot) minute walk to get to the nearest ... Read the complete review
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