Ingleton Yha Greta Tower, Greta Tower, Sammy Lane, Ingleton, North Yorkshire, LA6 3EG
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OverviewA Victorian house in private grounds, Greta Tower is situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, in the pretty village of Ingleton. Surrounded by magnificent countryside with caves, waterfalls and mountains. Dominated by Ingleborough, the best known of Yorkshire's Three Peaks, the area is known for its walking routes and waterfall trail. There is plenty to offer for walkers, climbers, mountain bikers and cavers and it makes a great base for the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge. The Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, Forest of Bowland and Morecambe Bay coastline are all only a short drive away. Whatever your agenda, you're sure of a relaxing stay. There's an open-air swimming pool (summer only) and park next door. Great for family breaks and school trips. Dormitory-style bed rooms with bunks and shared bathrooms plus two private en suite rooms with 5 beds (including one double bed). Sole use is available. Free parking on site.
Beds & Rooms:64: 4x6, 7x4, 1x2, 2x5
Open:All year. (Sole use only Nov-Feb). Reception open 8am-noon, 5-10pm
Price per night:Beds from £18, rooms from £39. Sole use bookings welcome
Booking:Recommended, essential for groups. By phone, e-mail or website.
Directions:In centre of village, close to the outdoor pool and play area. Off the A65 Skipton to Kendal Road, 30 mins from Morcambe and 25 mins from Lancaster.
Public Transport:The Leeds to Morecambe train line stops at both Clapham & Bentham. Ribblehead train station is the closest stop on the Settle-Carlisle railway. All are within approx. 10 minutes drive of Ingleton. For convenient bus connections to Ingleton, the best stations are Settle or Lancaster.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Dales High Way, the Three Peaks, the Land's End to John O' Groats Cycle Route, the Settle to Carlisle railway, the map of accommodation for school groups, the ideal for retreats page and the present or past youth hostel page.
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February 16th 2015
A holiday in the Yorkshire Peaks, at first glance, might sound an incredible opportunity for some of the best walking and outdoor adventures the country has to offer, (which it is). Or it may sound as though it requires a tad too much physical exertion. If you are thinking the latter, like me, do not fret. As you will soon find out, the area is also full of delicious rewards for your endeavors.Read More
A hostel haven for walkers and cyclists
March 6th 2020
Cycling routes: The Way of the Roses, Pennine Bridleway and Pennine Cycleway all pass through or close by Ingleton. Long distance walking routes: The Ribble Way, Pennine Journey, Pennine Way and Yorkshire 3 Peaks are all accessible from Ingleton.
There’s a secure bike shed and a drying room, all bed linen is provided, breakfast and evening meal can be provided if you don’t want to self-cater. The beds are comfy the rooms are warm and the staff are friendly. And the prices are unbelievably low. What more could you ask for?
September 20th 2019
Stay in this grand Victorian house set in private grounds in the stunning village of Ingleton. This Victorian house set in private grounds in the stunning village of Ingleton has lots to offer for walkers, climbers, mountain bikers and cavers and it makes a great base for the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge.
Our house boasts dormitory-style bed rooms with bunks and shared bathrooms plus two private en suite rooms with 5 Beds.
Ingleton has lots to offer holiday makers with the famous Waterfall Walks just around the corner from the hostel, providing accessible walking with the excitement of waterfall after waterfall to draw you around the next corner. The villages open air heated swimming pool is so close you can see it from some of the hostel windows. Very enticing for a quick dip on a hot day and loved by kids of all ages. Have a quite stroll around the streets and visit the independent shops and cafes of Ingleton. Not to mention the stunning lanscape around Ingleton much enjoyed by walkers, climbers, mountain bikers, cavers and evit makes a great base for the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge.
“Surrounded by magnificent countryside with caves, waterfalls and mountains…”
September 11th 2019
The surroundings of this grand Victorian house are best known for their walking routes and famous waterfall trail.
The route is perfect for family trips out, being not to challenging for kids, and offering additional activities to keep the little ones entertained. With trip adviser review titles like, “Water-load of fun!” and “Stunning and exhilarating walk”; it is an area loved by locals and tourists alike.