Rohan Long Preston Outdoor and Travel Clothing

Rohan Long Preston opened in 1983

Welcome to Rohan Long Preston – the first Rohan Shop from Alex, Brian, Hannah, Mike, Brook & Karen
Shop Phone Number: 01729 840 611
Opening Times: 
Monday 09:00-17:00
Tuesday 09:00-17:00
Wednesday 09:00-17:00
Thursday 09:00-17:00
Friday 09:00-17:00
Saturday 09:00-17:00
Sunday 10:00-16:00

Rohan Long Preston Opened in 1983
The building is a two-storey converted barn made from Yorkshire stone which also used to be a barn for the auction mart which was held on the Maypole green opposite in the late 1800s and early 1900s. This was the first Rohan shop to open and also holds a popular Clearance section as well as an extensive range of products at full price.

Directions to the shop
Our shop is situated on the A65 and is easily accessed by car. The Settle/Carlisle to Leeds train stops in the village several times a day. The shop is a scenic five minute walk from the train station. There are also local bus services that stop just by the shop. Please check online as bus times change seasonally and in school holidays.

Available around the Village Greens alongside the shop and also in the Maypole pub car park if you fancy a spot of lunch.

Points of Local Interest 
Long Preston is a small scenic village in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales in which our shop is situated opposite the Maypole Green which is famous for the May Day dancing each year. We have two pubs in the village, The Maypole & The Boar’s head as well as a fantastic local shop/Post Office. The Post office no longer has a ea room but does offer a take-away sandwich service.

There are several walks from the village varying in distance which staff members will be more than happy to give directions for. Beyond the village, a short drive away is the picturesque village of Malham known for its wide variety of walks including Janet’s Foss, Gordale Scar, Malham Cove and Malham Tarn. However, if you’re after more of a challenge why not try the Yorkshire 3 Peaks which begins close by in Horton in Ribblesdale.

If you’re fancying a more relaxing day, five minutes away lies the historical market town of Settle which supports and array of shops, cafes, pubs and scenic walks.

Comments ( 9 )

  1. ReplyRohan Long Preston
    Tour de Yorkshire will be whizzing past Rohan Long Preston on Fri 29th April. It is due to come through approx. 4pm.
  2. ReplyRohan Long Preston
    A exciting day ahead for the staff at Rohan Long Preston with the Tour de Yorkshire passing right past our shop window this afternoon. We expect the cyclists to pass through around 4pm and will be cheering them on!
  3. ReplyMarti
    It's 33 years since we first opened our doors in 1983! Last day of mid season sale, so come and see us at Rohan long Preston and tell us about you're first visit.
  4. ReplyRohan Long Preston
    We've had some work done in our Long Preston shop and downstairs has got complete new lighting. Come and have a look. We've also had a big delivery of clearance!
  5. ReplyRohan Long Preston
    Road works will be carried out around the premises of Rohan Long Preston from Monday 12th June for 4 weeks. Parking is available across the road at the Maypole Pub during this time with kind permission from the owners.
  6. ReplyRohan Long Preston
    The sun is shining, the flowers are in bloom and the Rohan Summer Sale is in full swing with further reductions starting today. Pay us a visit, you won't be disappointed! The Rohan Long Preston Team
    • ReplyBrian
      Hello, A small point, but under "staff recommendations" you say that there are public conveniences at Hellifield Station. This is incorrect, the WCs are a part of the cafe on the Station. The proprietor seems unhappy if folk rock up but don't make a purchase!
      • ReplyAuthorSarah Howcroft
        Thank you. Really appreciate the feedback.I will update the information on the page
  7. ReplyRohan Long Preston
    The beginning of November saw the installation of Long Preston’s commemorative centenary display in front of the shop. It remembers each individual from the village with a photograph, a few thought provoking words and of course, a poppy. A display next to the shop has also be erected in remembrance. It includes many handmade poppies for all the soldiers, and a purple horseshoe for all the animals that fell. Both powerful displays are well worth spending a quiet and sombre few minutes on whilst in the area visiting us here at Rohan.

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