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). A sofa bed and z bed are available at a reduced rate to accommodate groups of up to 16 and there is also an annex for 4 people, the Den, onsite. 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. (Starter log packs are provided, extra logs can be purchased). The secluded garden to rear has stunning views as do the front bedrooms. 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. Please contact Gauber Bunk Barn for more details and prices. This accommodation is featured on our map of Yorkshire and Lancashire and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:17: Bunkhouse: 13: 2x4, 1x5 (dbl+3) ensuite. The Den 4: 1x4.
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:£21 inc fitted sheet & pillow. Duvet & towel one off charge of £5.
Booking:Via telephone. Sole use bookings only at eekends.Minimum stay may apply at peak times. Single bed spaces in shared bunk rooms and sole use of individual bunk rooms are available from Sun-Thurs(excludes B/Hs).
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
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, has a pub within walking distance and is on the Luxury Barn page, the Dales Way, the Pennine Way and the or near to the Settle to Carlisle railway.
Family or small group accommodation by the Yorkshire Three Peaks
November 13th 2018
The Den is a cosy, quirky self catering barn next to Gauber Bunk Barn, offering accommodation for up to 4 people.
The Den is situated right next to Gauber Bunk Barn and offers accommodation for up to 4 people. The Den makes a perfect stopover on The Dales Way (the path at Gearstones is just over a mile away), as a base for a smaller group completing The Yorkshire Three Peaks or just a hideaway to get away from it all. The self contained cosy, quirky barn may be booked for sole occupancy or in addition to Gauber Bunk Barn (please note that pricing differs from Gauber Bunk Barn). The Den comprises of a mezzanine floor with king size bed (which can be converted into twin beds). Downstairs there is a cabin containing bunk beds, wet room,seating area with wood burner and basic kitchen (combi oven/microwave, 2 ring hob,kettle and toaster). A basic breakfast of cereals,toast,juice and hot drink can be provided on request for an additional charge. Sorry,n o dogs in The Den. Contact Gauber Bunk Barn for more details and prices.
Come stay on the Yorkshire Three Peaks Route at Gauber Bunk Barn!
November 1st 2018
We are situated on the Yorkshire Three Peaks Route, in close proximity to the Dales Way and High Way routes.
Walk in the heart of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks countryside, on route from Pen Y Ghent, which with the autumn sunshine glows up beautifully! And on those blustery days, a log fire awaits you at Gauber Bunk Barn.
Ribblehead – with a wealth of amazing landscape.
June 21st 2018
Glorious weather today, so I can’t stop clicking my camera!
Gauber bunk barn at Ribblehead is in a great location. You’ll know from the name that its close (a 15 minute walk) from the iconic Ribblehead Viaduct on the beautiful Settle-Carlisle line. I recall travelling in my youth in an atmospheric corridor-train on this line and the owners of the hostel similarly celebrate the railway by posting smashing shots of steam trains chugging along it on their socials whenever they can. If you’ve seen the 2016 drama Jericho, you’ll know a bit about the history of the viaduct. Local historian provide guided walks with further information.
If scenic railways aren’t your cup of tea, and I’ll grant that its a bit of a niche thing, then how about the wealth of amazing landscape. With the Yorkshire Dales just over there and White Scar Caves, Ingleton Waterfalls, The Three Peaks and Malham Cove and environs. Their website has a lovely gallery of photographs which will only serve to entice you more.
This attractive, comfortable bunkbarn has 3 rooms and sleeps 12. Downstairs is a large convivial dining kitchen with wood burning stove and a cavernous wooden table perfect for evening gatherings.