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Booked onto our guided Yorkshire Three Peaks day challenge?
Here are our 5 recommendations for overnight accommodation
Here at Large Outdoors HQ we believe that walking the Yorkshire Three Peaks is a big enough challenge without the stress of having to travel on the day itself to make the 6.30am start time.
Therefore it’s definitely worth thinking about staying overnight close to Horton in Ribblesdale (our start and finish point) on the eve of the big day so you’re well rested and full of beans.
We’ve always preferred to stay in Ingleton, a lovely village just 30 minutes’ drive from Horton in Ribblesdale.
It’s easy to find, has a Co-op, a bakers and a couple of other little independent shops. Plus, if you’re planning to celebrate post-challenge, there are a couple of nice pubs in the village too.
Staying in Ingelton is only viable for people travelling by car as you will need to drive to the start/finish of the challenge.
Out top 5 places to stay in and around Ingleton
Holly Grange Guest House – large modern en-suite rooms which are clean, comfortable, have tea and coffee facilities and a little fridge that is great for storing things for your packed lunch.
The lovely hosts will put a cereal breakfast in your room for you if you let them know you’re leaving early in the morning.
There’s parking outside and it’s only a short stroll into the village centre.
Contact details: Holly-Grange Guest House, Bentham Road, Ingelton, N. Yorkshire LA6 3HZ
T. 015242 42543
Seed Hill Guest House – a quaint old building, fully renovated and located right in the centre of Ingleton. The traditional guest rooms are all en-suite, the hosts are friendly, plus there’s plenty of parking. The guest house also doubles up as the village garden centre, so bring a little extra cash if you are into gardening!
Contact details: Seed Hill Guest House, Village Centre, Ingleton. N Yorkshire. LA6 3ED
T. 015242 41799
Thorngarth Country Guest House – a fantastic guest house on the outskirts of Ingleton, friendly and welcoming with good size en-suite rooms, comfy lounge to relax in and a really good breakfast. There’s plenty of parking and free Wi-Fi.
Contact details: Thorngarth Country Guest House, New Road, Ingleton. N Yorkshire. LA6 3HN
T. 01524 241295
Pine Croft – wooden lodges set in their own grounds just a little way outside of Ingelton. Each lodge accommodates 4 -6 people and has a veranda which is the perfect spot to relax with your favourite tipple after a challenging day…..
The lodges have fully equipped kitchens, are comfy, and are a good choice if there’s a few of you.
Contact details: Pincroft, Ingelton, N Yorkshire. LA6 3DP
T. 01524 241462
Ingleton Hostel – best value-for-money accommodation in Ingelton. The hostel has a good number of showers and we’ve always found plenty of hot water, but the kitchen can get a little crowded at peak times. Oh and there’s free WiFi.
The hostel is centrally located in the village and has some parking. However the parking area soon fills up and people frequently double park, so make sure you can get your car out in the morning or, to be on the safe side, park on the road or in the village car park.
Contact details: Ingelton Hostel, Great Tower, Sammy Lane, Ingelton. N Yorkshire. LA6 3EG
T. 015242 41444
Travelling by Train to the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge
If you are travelling by train or bus to the challenge and want to stay overnight, you will need to be looking for accommodation as close to Horton in the Ribblesdale as possible as this is the starting and finishing point of the challenge.
There are several nice guest houses in and around Horton, to find one that will suit your needs we suggest you visit the www.horton-in-ribblesdale.com/accommodation.shtml to find somewhere that’s right for you.
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