Ingleton, Ingleborough and the Three Peaks


The village of Ingleton is surrounded by magnificent countryside with caves, waterfalls, and mountains. The Craven Fault crosses the area, and geological and archaeological sites abound.

The historic Yorkshire Dales village of Ingleton is situated at the junction of two rivers. The River Twiss from Kingsdale and River Doe from Chapel-le Dale combine to form the River Greta at Ingleton. Ingleton nestles in the foothills of Ingleborough on the threshold of Yorkshire's beautiful Limestone Dales.

Above ground, glaciation has produced spectacular scars, erratics, limestone pavements, high cliffs and deep dry gorges. Below ground, the limestone region is awash with dramatic underground rivers, stunning potholes and caves. The natural features of the area provide for a host of outdoor activities, and the Ingleton area is a magnet to walkers, climbers, cavers and potholers.

Local attractions include:

  • The underground world of White Scar Cave, Britain's longest show cave
  • The Waterfalls Walk through woodland gorgeswith spectacular waterfall
  • Limestone peaks and scenery, with a direct route for the ascent of
  • The nearby Settle-Carlisle
    railway and the famous
    Ribblehead viaduct

Ingleton has a wide range of accommodation, and is well placed for visiting the Yorkshire Dales, the Lake District, and the coast at Morecambe and Blackpool.

The A65 Leeds-Lakes road now by-passes Ingleton, which is only 16 miles from Hawes in Wensleydale and a similar distance to Lancaster.

Ingleton lies on one of the principal East-West routes across the Pennines used from prehistoric and Roman times. The remains of an Iron Age fort can be seen on the summit plateau of Ingleborough, at 723 metres (2372 feet), the best known of Yorkshire's Three Peaks. The ascent is by a relatively easy path from the village.

The limestone scenery of the Ingleton area There are many waterfalls in the area
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  • West View

    West View is a converted barn set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park providing comfortable, centrally heated accommodation for individuals, private groups (including walkers, climbers, cavers) or professional training groups for corporate bonding sessions.

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  • Lundholme Farm Cottages

    Lundholme Farm offers 2 beautiful barn conversion cottages; Low Barn Cottage sleeping 6, Holme View sleeping 4 and a static caravan sleeping 6. Book them all for group accommodation for 16 people. Cottage with disability access. Stables available. Free Trout Fishing. Free Wifi. Pets welcome.

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  • Ingleton Accommodation

    Ingleton and the surrounding area welcomes holidaymakers and boasts a range of holiday accommodation catering from Hotels and B&Bs to Cottages and Bunkbarns.

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  • Jasmine Cottage

    Jasmine Cottage is a small cottage for couples holidays or small family short breaks. It is in the heart of Ingleton near the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail. Cosy accommodation with underfloor heating and up to two well behaved dogs welcome. Combine with next door Inglefall Cottage for group accommodation of up to 11.

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  • Oysterber Farm Holiday Cottages

    4 Cottages near Ingleton Yorkshire Three Peaks area sleeps 2 to 7, ideal for an individual or group holiday for up to 20 people. Set in 6 acres of open countryside with easy access to the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District and Forest Of Bowland, the cottages are great for family and outdoor pursuits holidays.

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  • Stackstead Farm Caravan & Glamping

    This Ingleton Caravan and glamping site has a luxury Shepherds Hut for 2, situated in its own private garden, and 3 family sized camping pods with under floor heating, which sleep up to 4 people. All caravan pitches have hard standing and electricity. The site is secluded with beautiful views and benefits from an onsite leisure centre with indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna and gym. Open all year - facilities include toilet and shower block and drying room.

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  • Barnstead Bunk Barn

    Barnstead Bunk Barn offers self catering accommodation for 22 people. The bunkbarn is an ideal bases from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales. Guests are welcome to enjoy the on site leisure centre with pool, sauna and gym. The Shepherd's Hut and Camping Pods are now available.

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  • Woodland River Cottages

    Three luxury riverside cottages in a wonderful setting by the River Greta with free fishing, extensive grounds and woodlands. The cottages are pet friendly with bike storage and offer easy access to the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks, the Trough of Bowland and the Lake District.

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  • Inglefall Cottage

    Inglefall Cottage is a large cottage for family and friends holidays or outdoor activity short breaks. It is near the Ingleton Waterfalls walk in Ingleton centre. Cosy accommodation with 2 woodburners and up to two well behaved dogs welcome. Combine with next door Jasmine Cottage for group accommodation of up to 11.

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  • Broadrake Bunkbarn

    Broadrake is at the foot of Whernside in the scattered hamlet of Chapel-le-Dale and a stone's throw from the Three Peaks Challenge Walk with spectacular views to Ribblehead and Ingleborough. Self catering accommodation near Ingleton and Settle for 20, superb first floor communal space with kitchen facilities.

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    Activities and Adventure

  • Ingleborough Caves

    Wonderful show cave near Ingleton and Settle offering stunning cave formations, the imposing and the large passages full of artefacts dating back millions of years. Also offering adventure tours trips for children into the further reaches of the Cave.

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  • White Scar Caves

    Deep beneath Ingleborough Hill, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, lies a hidden world which has been sculpted by nature over thousands of years. White Scar Caves is the longest show cave in England. They open everyday from February to November and weekends over the winter.

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  • Ingleton Waterfalls Walk

    The famous Ingleton Waterfalls Trail in Yorkshire offers some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the North of England. The trail follows a well-defined footpath which runs as close to the edge of the two rivers as possible.

    Ingleton Waterfalls Walk Website Map Where to Stay
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