Make your visit memorable, experienced & knowledgeable staff assists you with booking accommodation, supply information on Knaresborough & surrounding area, and provide for you a wide range of publications, local guides, maps & souvenirs.
A stronghold of medieval kings, beautifully set overlooking the River Nidd. Explore the castle ruins, discover the dungeon and sallyport, visit Courthouse Museum (original Tudor) and learn more of Knaresborough’s colourful history.
Independent gallery and picture framers. Over 50 years of framing experience. Main dealers for Linda Mellin, Peter Brook RBA, Danny Abrahams, and many other regional artists.
In 2004, something happened around our kitchen table; as gifts for friends and family, we began creating soap. Using Marcus’ experience as a chef, we mixed and muddled ingredients to perfect a recipe that is still our best-kept secret. Unable to afford expensive soap moulds, we used what we had – cake moulds and baking cases – and created a world of scrumptious soaps.
Welcome to The Mitre, one of Knaresborough’s finest dining, drinking and accommodation experiences.
June 2020 has a host of events that are sure to make your start to summer memorable and, although great weather is not guaranteed, a warm Yorkshire welcome and a whole heap of fun definitely is.
Henshaws Arts & Crafts Centre café uses seasonal ingredients sourced locally or grown on site and offers breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks. As a training café supporting adults with disabilities, service may take a little longer than you may be used to – but it’s worth the wait!
Set in beautiful surroundings at the heart of Knaresborough, Henshaws Arts & Crafts Centre offers fully accessible facilities and activities to inspire you as well as a friendly cafe. Come in and explore, meet our Art Makers and get creative with us.
A warm welcome awaits you in the Lavender Rooms where you can relax and enjoy a break in an atmosphere full of Olde Worlde Charm. We provide a very tasty lunch menu, with specials cooked daily on the premises.
Mother Shipton’s is a beloved Knaresborough landmark and England’s oldest visitor attraction, open since 1630. This popular visitor attraction tells the story of Mother Shipton and the Petrifying Well.