Gauber Bunk Barn, Ribblehead, Ingleton, Carnforth, LA6 3JF
Call Jon Radda & Katie Hawkins on 01524 241150
OverviewIn the heart of Yorkshire's Three Peaks country right on the route between Pen-y-ghent and Whernside, also in close proximity to the Dales Way, Dales High Way, Pennine Way and Pennine Bridleway routes. This warm comfortable bunkbarn sleeps up to 13 in three rooms (one en suite). Downstairs is the main bathroom with shower over bath. The large self-catering kitchen/diner has a farmhouse table whilst the spacious living room has a wood burner for those chilly nights and a smart TV. (Starter log packs are provided, extra logs can be purchased). The secluded garden to rear has stunning views as do the front bedrooms. An annex is situated next to the bunk barn. The Den sleeps up to 4 people. Both the bunk barn and Den can be booked together (subject to availability). Perfect base for walkers, cavers and cyclists or for families to enjoy a fantastic break in the Yorkshire Dales. Close to Ribblehead Viaduct, White Scar Caves, Ingleton Waterfalls, Wensleydale Creamery, the open air pool at Ingleton and the Settle to Carlisle railway. The Lake District is just a 40 min drive and the coast is just over an hour. Dogs by arrangement and breakfasts can be provided if pre-booked. Gauber is within walking distance of a pub. Please contact Gauber Bunk Barn for more details and prices.
Beds & Rooms:17: Bunkhouse: 13: 2x4, 1x5 (dbl+3) ensuite. The Den 4: 1x4.
Price per night:Due to restrictions the bunk barn will be available for a min of 2 nights with a min charge of £150 per night for up to 6 people. This price includes linen, towels & a starter pack of logs/kindling. The Den sleeps up to 4 people. Prices start from £75 per night. Linen, towels and a starter pack of logs/kindling are included.
Booking:Via telephone. All bookings are subject to any government guidelines, restrictions & legislation in force at the time of your stay. Pre-booking is essential. Bunk Barn: A min 2 night stay (3 nights over B/H weekends) will apply. The Den: A min 2 night stay (3 nights over B/H weekends) will apply on Fri-Sat. Single night stays are available in The Den from Sun-Thurs.
Directions:From A65 at Ingleton take B6255 (Hawes). Pass Ribblehead station and take next right (Horton in Ribblesdale). Gauber Bunkbarn is on the left after 1/2 mile.
Public Transport:15 min walk from Ribblehead train station
Walks:Long Distance Walks The Pennine Bridleway Dales Highway Yorkshire Three Peaks Settle to Carlisle Dales Way Pennine Way
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Gauber Bunkbarn Is Back
May 14th 2021
In line with government guidelines, Gauber Bunkbarn has re-opened.
Tucked away in the heart of The Three Peaks, Gauber Bunkbarn is ideal for anyone looking to enjoy the stunning Yorkshire Dales. Walkers, cyclists, cavers and families will all find something to delight them here.
Gauber Bunk Barn is available this winter for sole use for your household bubble (subject to COVID guidelines).
September 21st 2020
A minimum 2 night stay will apply. Prices start from £150 per night for up to 6 people. Where your household exceeds 6 people additional guests are charged at £21pppn. The basic price includes fitted sheets, pillows and a starter pack of logs/kindling. Duvets and towels are available to hire. The Den will be available for up to 4 people. Prices start from £75 per night for single travellers and up to £105 for 4 people.
A walkers’ paradise.
September 19th 2020
Gauber Bunk Barn offers cosy, comfortable accommodation surrounded by many of Yorkshire’s best walking routes.
The Dales Way, The Dales High Way, The Pennine Way and the Yorkshire Three Peaks route all pass close by. The Howgills and Limestone Trial is 2.25 miles away and The Pennine Journey is 3.25 miles away. The iconic Ribblehead Viaduct on the Settle to Carlisle railway is also a short walk away. What more could a walker ask for?
April 30th 2019
Ever since I started fell running almost exactly 3 years ago it had been an ambition of mine to run the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Fell Race – the ‘Marathon in the Mountains’ and the blue-riband event of the fell running calendar. The races takes on three highest mountains in Yorkshire – Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough over 23.3miles and over 1600m of ascent, quite a daunting prospect!Read More