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Located on a river bank in the beautiful Ribble Valley, The Crown Hotel is a bed and breakfast located on the route of the Pennine Way. Location, food was brilliant, excellent breakfast, we had a bath, with a shower too. Lots of hot water. Tea/coffee making facility. My friend broke his rucksack coming down pen y Ghent, and the owner supplied my with repair equipment. Brilliant.will return
Broad Croft House is offering accommodations in Horton in Ribblesdale, within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Free WiFi is featured. The micro lodge was fantastic, we had a very comfortable couple of nights stay. I particularly liked having our delicious breakfast al fresco to the view of Whernside.
Located in Horton in Ribblesdale, The Rowe House offers a garden and a shared lounge/dining area. Guests can enjoy garden views. Very welcoming and helpful hosts, in a beautifully kept B&B. The food was also excellent. Location is perfect for anybody on a hiking trip (we did the Yorkshire 3 Peaks), and you're not far from Settle and other places to visit in the Dales.
Set in Horton in Ribblesdale in the North Yorkshire region, Butts Hill House has a garden. The accommodations is 19 mi from Clitheroe. Very cosy for two people. Ideal location at the foot of Pen-y-ghent; glorious views of the hill and surrounding fields. Easy walking distance to village and train station. Very helpful and friendly landlords. In short, the ideal bolt hole for a week or even an extended weekend. Would definitely book again.
Located in Horton in Ribblesdale in the North Yorkshire region, 4 Helwith Bridge Cottages has a garden. The accommodations is 27 mi from Lancaster. Ideally located for the 3 peaks and 30 yards from a good pub 😀 , the owners were friendly and helpful cottage was very clean with log burner etc will be returning soon
Located in Horton in Ribblesdale in the North Yorkshire region, Greengates Farm features a garden. The accommodations is 30 mi from Kendal. Loved the house! The location and the facilities! The bedrooms were large roomy, beds were comfy and very clean! Liked the welcoming milk, biscuits and wine! Lovely touch!
I travelled here to do the Yorkshire 3 peaks challenge. It's a lovely little village with the most amazing scenery. I stayed at the most amazing bed and breakfast called broadcroft house, there's just not enough food things to say about this place or the lovely owners. Just amazing. During my stay i didn't find any shops here so make sure you bring all your own supplies. There are a couple of pubs here so you can get food or you can drive out as I did to find better quality food. Horton itself is easy to navigate as it's 1 main road which runs all the way through.
The location for walking around the three peaks was excellent. The cottage is 20m from the path that takes you up pen y Ghent. Also it’s only a 10 minute walk to the village! There were seven of us staying and the cottage was large enough to house us all. The front patio was a great place to sit and enjoy the sun ☀️ and the garden at the back was huge also! The kitchen was very well equipped for a group of seven with a large dining table to eat from!
We are not walkers, however a lovely visit, those who like walking will be in for a real treat. Great car parking. Ate at the local pub, excellent food and hospitality. We are very senior in years but made welcome by all.
Perfect location for hiking. You're in the right spot for the Yorkshire 3 Peaks; which can be done together in the 12h challenge or individually over a few days. Not much else to do, with limited options for eating and drinking out, though you're not far from Settle.
Very beautiful location, such a nice little village with very friendly locals. The crown pub is very cozy and has delicious food available as well as a very warm open coal fire, which is so lovely in winter. The crown pub also is a great place to stay for those attempting the Yorkshire three peaks.
There was nothing to dislike,a really excellent place to stay. Didn't have an evening meal but wish I had it looked really nice and menu was not the normal burgers and chips but proper food. If I had eaten dinner would not be able to eat the fantatic breadfast. Didn't see much of town as on work trip but I'm trying to arrange family to stay there for a few days and do some walking
Location, food was brilliant, excellent breakfast, we had a bath, with a shower too. Lots of hot water. Tea/coffee making facility. My friend broke his rucksack coming down pen y Ghent, and the owner supplied my with repair equipment. Brilliant.will return