Ingleborough Cave, first entered and made accessible in 1837, is the premier show cave in the Yorkshire Dales. In 2012, it celebrated 175 years of entrancing visitors with an awe inspiring range of stunning cave formations, the imposing cave entrance and the large passages are full of artefacts dating back millions of years along with the evidence of the significant impact of the Ice Ages.
Home of White Scar Caves, the longest show cave in England and the Ingleton Waterfall Trail which is a magical 4 ½ mile walk through
glens and woodland.
An iconic Yorkshire Dales village where time stands still. Many walks start from here including the accent of Ingleborough. On August and Spring
Bank Holiday you can be winched into the main chamber of Gaping Gill
A small picturesque Cumbrian town filled with artisan shops, tea rooms and pubs. Where Turner painted Ruskins View.
Home of the Settle to Carlisle Railway and many independent shops
Cobbled market street, well preserved medieval castle. Alternatively take a cruise on the Leeds/Liverpool canal.
The home of Wenslydale cheese and Dales Countryside Museum.
A small village famous for Malham Cove, the limestone pavements, Gordale Scar and Janet’s Foss.
Lake District National Park
Only a 30 minute drive to Kendal, the gateway to this area of outstanding natural beauty.
Andrew & Linda Warin Moor View Cold Cotes Clapham North Yorkshire LA2 8JA