Ingleton sits perfectly on the edge of The Yorkshire Dales National Park. It borders Cumbria, with Windermere & The Lake District just a 40 minute drive away and in the other direction borders Lancashire with the unspoilt Forest of Bowland, an area of Outstanding National Beauty.
There are numerous Market Towns & picture postcard villages nearby & a wide variety of walks to suit all abilities.
The iconic locations of Malham Cove the Ribblehead viaduct and the Yorkshire Three Peaks are a short drive away.
A slightly longer drive takes you over Buttertubs pass, which links Wensleydale and Swaledale and was one of the climbs when the Tour de France came to Yorkshire in 2013.
Staying in Ingleton puts you in easy reach of an amazing range of things to see and do and places to visit. The links below might give you a few ideas.
Settle – Carlisle Railway (Settle 9 miles). A scenic journey through spectacular scenery & crossing Ribblehead Viaduct
Malham Cove & Gordale Scar (Malham 17 miles). Showcasing spectacular Limestone scenery
Hawes (20 miles). Thriving Market Town in Wensleydale
Kirkby Lonsdale (7 miles). Across the border to Cumbria & the picture postcard town famous for Devil’s bridge & Ruskins view.
Lake District National Park (Windermere 27 miles). Just 45 minutes easy drive to WIndermere and the spectacular scenery of the Lake District.
Skipton (25 miles). Popular Market town with Castle and canal.
Morecambe Bay (20 miles). Visit the statue of Eric Morecambe, the cinema or walk along the promenade.
Kendal (20 miles). Famous Cumbrain market town.
Gisburn Forest (18 miles). A mecca for cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts.