Discover the best top things to do in Ingleton, United Kingdom (UK) including Ribblehead Viaduct, Ingleborough, Ingleborough Caves, Bentham Pottery, Ruskin's View, Burton Village Shop, Masons Freehouse Ingleton, Gapping Gill, Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk, White Scar Cave.
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4.5 based on 446 reviews
Visited this area many times and no matter what time of year the sight if this amazing structure always makes you stop and look.
4.5 based on 189 reviews
We walked up from Clapham taking a route to the east of the mountain in order to make it a circular walk. The route is easy at first, but the last ascent is quite steep until you reach the plateau at the top. We were please to find a stone wind break at the top which sheltered us from the wind. We took the more direct path back, passing the caves into Clapham. The whole day including stops took us about 7 hours, but it was very memorable.
4.5 based on 336 reviews
Good value trip with a charge of £1 per adult and 50p per child and links to walk the beautiful Ingleborough mountain with amazing views. You’ll not be disappointed if you visit. We will be back to bring our children.
5 based on 31 reviews
A full day’s tuition with Lee coming to terms with the mysterious combination of clay, water, and potter’s wheel far exceeded our expectations. Lee’s patient teaching also allowed to exceed our limited ambitions and create something more complex than an egg cup or saucer. Quite wonderful and thoroughly recommended.
5 based on 275 reviews
Accessed from the church yard, Ruskin's View is named after the famous art critic John Ruskin, who declared it to be one of the loveliest views in England. He clearly wasn't alone in appreciating this lovely bend in the river, because the view was also painted by Turner.
A short walk from the church, and a lovely spot for a bit of quiet reflection.
5 based on 15 reviews
Community Village shop with a cafe
These bistro nights are few and far between but worth looking out for (at a reasonable price too!). Last week we had a very tasty soup (cream of onion, cider & parmesan) followed by an equally good vegetable tagine. One of us was also persuaded to have the sticky toffee pudding - no regrets there either! You can bring your own wine, there is no corkage fee. A very pleasant evening - good food and good company.
4.5 based on 147 reviews
Masons Freehouse is owned and run by a family trio. The pub has recently undergone a full refurbishment to create a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere for everyone...
Holidaying at Ingleton, we wanted to support a local business for Sunday lunch. There are positives to this pub: it looks good, the staff are friendly and the beer is good. However, the roast beef dinner was disappointing. Good Yorkshire pudding and roast potatoes were let down by tough beef (pre-sliced and heated through), over cooked frozen vegetables and a jug of gravy based on the Turkey option...
Opinion suggests that the midweek pie is to die for, so the advice seems to be to avoid eating here on a Sunday.
5 based on 68 reviews
Book a place to stay overnight well in advance. Set off walking with a torch at about 3.oclock am to get an early place in the queue. Well worth the effort. You need to be reasonably healthy for the climb to the entry point. Like something from Raiders of the Lost Ark being lowered through the dripping water. Wear something warm and waterproof.
5 based on 87 reviews
Don't go thinking you'll just wander it. It is a challenge and you'll need to make sure you have the correct resources. Go with a friend or group and watch the weather and light.
4.5 based on 992 reviews
Paid a visit here on foggy wet Saturday. I was with my daughter her 2 boys (8 & 6) and another of my grandsons - aged 9. Tour guide was very informative and gave us lots of facts about the caves, answering all sorts of questions took a bit longer to do , due to all the talking. advisable to wear 'sensible footwear' - trainers are fine, but could get wet...warm jackets too are essential. Hard hats provided. The walk way is narrow in places and you have to stoop to get through in places, but the majority of the walk is fine and open. There is a section where you have to climb rather a lot of straight steps -but again not a problem and the guide did point this out. We had a family ticket and thought it was well worth the price paid, as the kids really enjoyed themselves. Surprising whats under our feet and we dont know...
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