It is located three miles north of Harrogate, extending south from the bridges on the A61 over the River Nidd. The undeveloped area between Killinghall and Harrogate is known as Killinghall Moor. The village of Ripley lies a mile to the north and Hampsthwaite two miles to the west. Killinghall is located on the A61 making it convenient for travel to Harrogate or Ripon. A regular bus service between Ripon, Harrogate and Leeds stops in Killinghall.
It is primarily a commuter village, although there are a few farms, two public houses (The Greyhound and the Three Horseshoes), a day nursery for children, a fish & chip shop, doctor's office and a large garden centre with nursery.
The village is well represented locally by successful football and cricket teams.
There is also a Killinghall in Bradford.
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