Welcome to Audley Clevedon retirement village. This 23-acre estate and gardens nestle amongst the glorious Yorkshire Dales in the village of Ben Rhydding, just two miles from the beautiful spa town of Ilkley.
At the centre you will find Clevedon House. What was once a Victorian schoolhouse for boys is now the carefully restored centrepiece building of Clevedon retirement village, re-built stone by stone to house the acclaimed Clevedon Restaurant, the bistro, lounge/library, swimming pool and health & wellbeing centre as well as luxury apartments.
Step outside and you will discover a development of over 90 new apartments. Each home has been designed to the highest standard, many with views over the spectacular Wharfe Valley - boasting a variety of rare wildlife.
The plans for the last phase of apartments and cottages, Wharfedale Grange, and the final stunning new apartment in the penultimate phase, Conyers View, are available to view.
In order to help make moving as stress-free as possible, Part Exchange and other services are available on all our properties, click here to find out more.
If you would like to see more of Audley Clevedon, we are happy to show you around. To book a visit simply call us on 01943 968074.
The Marketing Suite is open daily from 9am to 5.30pm. You can find us at the top of Ben Rhydding Drive.
Below is a video tour of Clevedon
Ilkley - The Dales at their finest
With beautiful Victorian architecture, wide winding streets and pretty floral displays, the spa town of Ilkley is a perfect destination, lying just two miles from Audley Clevedon and Ben Rhydding.
Lured by its magnificent history and wonderful location, Ilkley has long been a destination for famous Britons. Charles Darwin rented accommodation in the town to escape attention prior to the publication of his Origin of the Species – and author Jilly Cooper and gardening expert Alan Titchmarsh grew up in the shadow of the Cow and Calf rocks, a famous rock formation on the Ilkley Moor.
As well as famous connections, Ilkley has a wonderful array of specialist shops and galleries, award-winning parks, sports clubs and modern supermarkets. And should you wish to soak up the local culture, there is also a theatre, museum, concert hall and library to visit. Plus throughout the year the town plays host to numerous literary and artistic festivals.
Leeds and Bradford – 30 minutes by train
Leeds Bradford Airport – 20 minutes by car
Victorian Saltaire World Heritage Site – 10 miles
Bolton Abbey – 9 miles
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