Yorkshire Pianos

Yorkshire Pianos

Main dealers for Kemble Pianos. Complete range always kept in stock, including silent system. 0% Finance available. Schumann Pianos. UK distributor. for Bluthner, Yamaha, Challen, Waldstein & Weber. C Bechstein and Sauter


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We are easy to find on the main A59 North of Leeds and West of Harrogate and have ample parking.

From Harrogate take the main A59 towards skipton, at Beamsley Hill pass the Beamsley Project on your right hand side and we are the next entrance on the right hand side

From Leeds follow the A65 past Otley and through Ilkley, from Ilkley follow the signs for Bolton Abbey and at the Bolton bridge roundabout turn right onto the A59 marked Harrogate. Pass the Boyle and Petyt primary school and take the next left entrance.

Contact Information

  • Harrogate Road,
    Beamsley Hill,
    Skipton, North Yorkshire BD23 6HZ
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  • Mobile: 0777 929 8149
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