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Otley Chevin is a prominent natural feature rising steeply above the town. The 180 hectares of Chevin Forest Park are criss-crossed by paths and offer spectacular views across the Wharfe Valley. The stunning views over the town and the glorious surrounding countryside are a wonderful sight. Open all year, the park is a unique countryside experience with facilities for walking, cycling, picnicking or simply enjoying the great outdoors .
Wharfemeadows Park, one of the most well-known sights in Otley lies alongside the River Wharfe and has beautiful gardens where you can take a leisurely walk, or just sit and watch the world – and the river – go by.
Chevin Country Park Hotel and Spa is one of the most picturesque hotels in Yorkshire
Set above the market town of Otley, you will find unspoiled woodlands, secluded accommodation and glorious fishing lakes at the Chevin Country Park Hotel.
With 49 recently re-furbished hotel rooms and log cabins, you will feel a million miles away from it all. However, you will also find bustling markets, fine restaurants, bars, galleries and shopping just minutes away.
Eating at the beautifully extended lakeside restaurant is a must for all visitors. To add further relaxation and enjoyment to your visit, why not try one of the many treatments available at the hotel’s own spa?
Otley has a busy street market three times a week and a highly successful Farmers’ Market which is held on the last Sunday in every month. It is an accredited Farma market which means that all the produce sold there is sourced as locally as possible.
The town has a wide range of specialist shops which include award winning bakeries and butchers, as well as high street chains and three supermarkets. The high number of independently owned businesses pride themselves on their expertise, personal service and value for money and attract the many shoppers who are regular visitors to the town.