This idyllic location in the Wharfedale valley combined with excellent transport links (both road and rail) is what makes new homes in Burley-in-Wharfedale so popular.
It is also home to two state primary schools as well as one private primary and nursery school. Coupled with excellent local amenities including the Queens' Hall, a new nature reserve and the village green, it's no wonder Burley-in-Wharfedale is also the perfect place to raise a family.
Burley-in-Wharfedale train station runs regular services into Bradford Forster Square, Leeds and Ikley, provided excellent commuting links
For travel by car, the A660 runs from Leeds to Burley-in-Wharfedale where it then connects with A65.
Ghyll Royd School is an independent nursery and prep school for girls and boys aged between 2 and 11. The school has 130 years of history behind it and is set in the magnificent Greystone Manor and a number of other Victorian buildings, all nestled within seven acres of fields, woodland and gardens.
Prince Henry's Grammar School is Ofsted rated good as of 2017. It has a rich and long history stretching back to 1607 and today the school remains at the forefront of educational progress. It is a popular choice for secondary and sixth form education in Burley-in-Wharfedale.
The Twelve Apostles is a historical landmark high on the Burley Moor. It is a stone circle that is approximately half an hour’s walk away from the Cow and Calf rocks car park. It’s well worth a walk here as it is set in a spectacular location and offers some amazing views of the surrounding landscape.