Welcome to your Ilkley Store!
Ilkley Store and Café
From fresh British meat at our butcher counter, to gourmet cheese from the cheesemonger, fresh fruit and veg and a huge range of beer and wines, we’ve got a fantastic range of food and drink available at our Ilkley store.
You can also enjoy a bite to eat at our café, which serves a delicious range of tasty treats, from our mouth-wateringly good main courses to scrumptious cakes – There’s something for everybody to enjoy.
Sited on the former Victorian gasworks and built using much of the original stonework, the store is perfectly placed to take advantage of suppliers from across, what we like to call, Booths Country – Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cumbria and Cheshire.
Parking at Ilkley Store
Disabled and Parent and Child parking bays are available at Ilkley.
Customers who shop at Booths Ilkley are entitled to two hours of free parking.
We’re aware that some shoppers have found it difficult to find a parking space at Booths Ilkley, so to ensure Booths customers have a better opportunity to park, we’ve introduced number plate recognition cameras. We’d like to assure you that we do not receive any profit from this.
Instavolt Rapid Chargers have now been installed at our Ilkley store.
How We Can Help
At our stores we like to support our local charities and communities in any way that we can and we are currently hosting an in-store food bank in working with ‘Churches together in Ilkley’. The collection point is located at the front of the store and we collect any ambient goods that you would like to donate to local people in need.
If you’d like to get in touch to see how we could help you, whether it’s using our café space out of hours or perhaps a donation to your raffle, let us know and we’ll see what we can do!
We look forward to seeing you soon.
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Blog & Latest News
Written on April 25th, 2019
Booths buyer Tom Hargreaves with Sam Wright and Neil Harper, Managing Director of Harper Bagged Products, with some of the Yorganics bags on sale at the Booths store in Settle, North Yorkshire. Spring … Read More