Where to stay? What to do?
Ingleton is a busy place with tea rooms, cycle hire, hotel, bed and breakfasts, restaurants, antique and bric-a-brac shops. It is very popular with walkers, climbers, cavers, potholers, cyclists and bikers, who use the village as a base to explore the northern Dales.
The White Scar caves of Ingleton are rightly famous, so why not try an underground tour? Tours can take up to 80 minutes to complete - but they are well worth it. It is open all year round and can be found just outside of Ingleton on the B6255 road to Hawes. Waterfalls are another natural attraction in Ingleton. Organised waterfall walks take place through woodland gorges with spectacular scenery. Ingleton is one of the few places to have an outdoor swimming pool and it is open between the last Sunday in May until the August Bank Holiday.
Located right on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, just off the A65, between Settle and Kirkby Lonsdale.