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Accommodation Details Ingleside
Ingleby Arncliffe, Ingleby Cross North YorkshireDL6 3LN
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Comments by walkers who stayed at Ingleside in Ingleby Cross on The Coast to Coast Path
c2c 29.4.11

a smashing bright clean modern bungalow right on the trail.
the room was small but adequate, the bathroom and shower were tiny but clean with plenty of hot water.
excellent breakfast and a fantastic packed lunch possibly best on our trip.

the only pub in the village The Blue Bell is 5 minutes walk down a hill.sadly it suffers from the lack of opposition.
it was closed at 3pm with a sign saying open at 3.30pm it actually opened at 4.20pm.
when its full of walkers the atmosphere was great.
sadly let down by very average pub grub. my meal was ok but others i saw were poor.
kevin lye Newcastle, left on 05 May 2011
Clean, comfortable, modern accomodation. Good breakfast. Tea and biscuits on arrival. Pleasant hosts. Bluebell Inn great value & choice evening meals
Nigel, left on 29 September 2010
This is a lovely place to stay after the long walk from Richmond. A very warm welcome, comfortable bedroom, spotlessly clean, and one of the best breakfasts of my CtoC
julian roberts, left on 26 March 2010
A nice B&B place with friendly hosts, who make you feel welcome.
Jennifer & Karl Konrad, left on 18 July 2006
We arrived early but received a warm welcome with tea and biscuits. A nice well-run B&B which is unfortunately being sold by the present owners - hope the new owners continue to provide the same level of excellent service.
Michael & Jenny, left on 09 July 2006
As we crossed the busy highway to get to Ingleby Cross, we looked over our shoulder and saw the petrol station and thought: "we should have stopped and got diet cokes and snacks". And the post office/new agency downtown was closed so I had to plan to cross that highway again later. But we were first treated to coffee and biscuits by Pat and we had a very nice room with a lovely bath down the hall. Good breakfast and packed lunches (but I forgot to ask for a meat filling and I got cheese & pickles which I was happy to have the next day on all those hills). Had a great dinner at the Blue Bell and listened to the antics of those seven Canadians who, despite their slightly more advanced ages, had no trouble blowing by us the next morning.
Ron and Kay, left on 03 October 2004
Excellent welcome and accomodation. No problem about bathroom sharing, the bath was great!!

Nothing was to much trouble and they even cooked breakfast early so that we could leave earlier for the long walk to Blakey Ridge.

meal in Bluebell was really good (and cheap).
Folkard Family, left on 09 September 2004
Pat is a lovely lady and her house very comfortable.
Arrived to tea and biscuits..........lovely.

Nice room and comfortable bed. Good breakfast
Tom Courtney, left on 15 August 2004
Accommodation was great.
Very warm welcome - a pint of orange, plate of biscuits and a friendly chat with the guests as we arrived after a 23 mile walk in the warm sunshine.
Thoroughly recommended
Tony, left on 02 June 2004
Spent a very hot night here - the heating stayed on all the time! Good bath and shower. Everything was fairly basic, but there was everything you need. Hearty breakfast and lots of home baked goodies in the packed lunch.
, left on 09 January 2004
We stayed here on the night of Aug 17th. 2003. I didn`t mind sharing the bathroom cos there was a bath to soak in after that b....y long drag from Richmond! We payed 20 pounds each for a twin bedded room.Lovely people.
Had a good meal in the Blue Bell . I thought they`d got the price wrong as it was so cheap!
Ray and Susan Downes, left on 29 September 2003
We loved staying at Ingleby House - it was like visiting your nan! This was partly because you`re staying in someone`s house rather than an anonymous B&B, partly for the offer to chivvy us along in the morning (long day`s walk to the Lion Inn at Blakey Ridge!), partly for the huge breakfast, but mostly for the excellent packed lunch - generous and with home baked cakes and scones included. After hearing comments from fellow walkers about the accommodation at the Bluebell we were very glad to have stayed here...
Martin, left on 01 September 2003
Warm welcome and good accomodation, recommend the Barnsley Chop at the Bluebell, best meal on the walk.
Nigel Broadbent, left on 25 August 2003
Our stay at Ingleby House was fine. The rooms were comfortable. Although the bathrooms are shared, there were two for three guest rooms, so there was never a wait! The welcome was warm and the owners friendly. I would stay here again.
Bruce Merritt, left on 04 August 2003
Mrs Garthwaite was friendly and my room was comfortable, but I think tea/coffee making facilities in the room would be a big improvement. This is the only place I`ve stayed on the route that doesn`t provide them.
Shirley Worrall, left on 16 August 2002
Being one of the few places to stay in Ingleby Cross, Ingleby house can practically name their price- which in my case they did. Upon checkout time two single men before me were charged 20 pounds each. When it came time for me to pay, Mrs. Garthwaite informed me that I owed 25 pounds for the same single accomodation! As a walker on a tight budget I wasn`t at all pleased with the last minute change in price. If you appreciate paying more and breakfast cooked in the microwave then this is the place for you. Otherwise, you are absolutely better off somewhere else.
M. Walters, left on 25 May 2002
We stayed here in 2000 on the c2c and although the owners are lovely people, we did not like sharing the one bathroom with other couples. No veggie food that day at the local pub.
Ian moseley, left on 12 March 2002
Another brilliant place to stay, the best of every thing here. nothing is to much trouble. As we have said in previous comments. After four C to Coasts we know where to stay !
Dave & Marj Robinson, left on 06 January 2002


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