Situated ½ mile from the iconic Ribblehead Viaduct and right on the Yorkshire Three Peaks route, Gauber Bunk Barn & Den offers warm,comfortable accommodation for walkers needing a stopover on the nearby Dales Way,Dales High Way and Pennine Way routes.
Gauber Bunk Barn sleeps up to 12 people in 3 bunk rooms(one double with en-suite). Single bed spaces and individual bunk rooms are available Sun-Thurs. Duvets and towels are available for hire.
Well behaved dogs welcome by prior arrangement.
The Den is a cosy,quirky self contained barn sleeping up to 4 people. Bed linen and towels are included. Sorry, The Den is not suitable for dogs.
Self service breakfast basket ,evening meals and packed lunches available on request for an additional charge.
Drying room/bike store is available.
Ribblehead train station on the Settle- Carlisle line is just a 15 minute walk from Gauber.
There are 2 pubs nearby,one within walking distance.
Distance from path: 1.3 miles
OS reference: SD 772787
1 family ensuite room
2 family rooms (shared facilities)
Last updated: 11/29/2018
Winshaw, Ingleton, Ribblehead North Yorkshire LA6 3AT
Property type: B & B Accreditations: Not Classified
Lying high up in the Dales on the slopes of Whernside, in the tiny three house settlement of Winshaw, Shepherds Cottage offers tranquility and majestic views over the peaks and valleys. Positioned up a private track off Blea Moor Road – lined with prehistoric limestone pavements, the cottage sits equidistant to each of the famous Yorkshire Three Peaks – Pen-y-Ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside, from which the bedrooms take their names. 1.7 miles from Ribblehead. PLEASE BOOK EVENING MEALS AND PACKED LUNCHES IN ADVANCE. Evening meals available from £20, 3 course meal.
Distance from path: On Route 1.7 miles from the Station Inn
1 double ensuite room
2 double rooms (shared facilities)
Last updated: 3/9/2018
The Station Inn
Ribblehead Cumbria LA6 3AS
Property type: Country Inn (Pub)
Stunning views, doubled as a farm and hostelry until 1960. It nestles on the quiet roadside in the shadow of the stately Viaduct. A cast iron solid fuel burning stove and a warm and homely atmosphere welcome the cold, wet, weary and thirsty traveller. Under new ownership.
Spend an additional night and explore the area with a qualified guide - to be arranged in advance.
The Station Inn now offers the choice of double and twin ensuite rooms between £70-£80. We also have a water/mud bed which is proving very popular with walkers. Please request on booking.
Location and supplementary information[view map] 1 mile west of gearstanes on the B6255 near its junction with the B6479 Horton-in-Ribblesdale road, in dramatic scenery, the vast Ribblehead Viaduct, with 24 arches, and 105ft high straddles the majestic Valley built in 1872. Lifts are available @ £5 with advance notice.