Harling House B&B
|Address:Harling House, Raber Top Lane, Ingleton LA6 3DL|
|The primary contact for Harling House B&B is Sue & Steve Knowles|
|01524 242 113||07765 224 721|
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|About Harling House B&B|
Harling House is perfectly located for visiting the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Lake District National Park (UNESCO site) and the Forest of Bowland.
If you are taking part in a planned activity, please consider booking your stay well in advance, especially if you require a twin or single room, as these get booked up very quickly.
Harling House Bed and Breakfast is located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, a short walk to Ingleton village, where you'll find a range of places to dine and shop.
We are pleased that many of our returning guests comment on how revived and refreshed they feel after their stay. We invite you to spend your short break or holiday with us - minimum 2 night stay.
We welcome children over the age of 15, staying in either The Doe room on their own or The Thornton room with 1 adult.
We have off-road parking, guests' lounge and Harling House is a pet-free Bed & Breakfast. Of course breakfast and daily home-baking are included in the price of your stay. Save 10% on all stays of 3 nights or more.
In total we can accommodate 7 guests:1 twin/superking, 2 doubles and a single. All rooms have an en-suite shower room. See rooms for prices including single occupancy.
We have four tastefully decorated bedrooms all of which are light and airy, with dual aspect views and en-suite shower rooms. For your comfort, all bedrooms are fully carpeted, have controllable heating, hairdryer, dressing table, Smart TV and full length mirror. Your hospitality tray has a quality drinks selection and fresh milk.
We've drawn up lots of useful information about the area, with ideas and suggestions of how to spend your time.
There are many things for you to do in all seasons within walking distance or a little further afield, it would be difficult to list them all here. Below are a few tasters to whet your appetite.
Ingleton Waterfalls Trail - less than a mile to the start - approx 15 minutes' walk. This is a 4.5 mile trail, as featured on ITV's 'Britain's Favourite Walks' January 2018. Please bring your sturdy footwear.
The village of Ingleton has some lovely individual shops, a swimming pool (seasonal), climbing wall and Pottery.
There are also plenty of places to eat out including restaurants, pubs, cafes etc. to suit most tastes. Lord's Antiques and Salvage is a couple of minutes' walk, where you're bound to pick up an unusual reminder of your stay here.
If you'd like to try something more adventurous, Ingleton is an ideal base to hike 1, 2 or 3 of the Yorkshire 3 Peaks of Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-y-Ghent. We'll set you up with an early breakfast if you're doing all 3 in a day.
White Scar Caves - less than 10 minutes' drive (the country's longest show cave).
Clapham, including Ingleborough Show Cave - 10 minutes' drive.
Ribblehead Viaduct - approx 15 minutes' drive. The famous viaduct on one of the most scenic train lines in the country.
Settle, Skipton and Kendal - historic market towns, 15, 30 and 35 minutes' drive respectively. Settle Victoria Hall hosts regular events. Bird of prey walks available locally at Settle Falconry.
Kirkby Lonsdale market town with individual shops, scenic views and walks - 13 minutes' drive.
Hawes - home of Wensleydale Cheese, individual shops and the Dales Countryside museum - 35 minutes' drive.
Forest of Bowland, including Slaidburn - 35 minutes' drive.
Lake District National Park - from 30 minutes' drive.
Why not visit Malham Cove and Malham Tarn? only 35 minutes' drive.
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