Jasmine and Inglefall Self Catering Accommodation
Jasmine Cottage sleeping 2/3 and Inglefall Cottage sleeping 6/8 are located in the centre of the idyllic Yorkshire Dales village of ingleton, conveniently placed for all village amenities, yet in a quiet, tranquil setting next to the famous waterfalls walk.
The cottages are next door to each other and are ideal, when booked separately, for couples short breaks and family holidays, or booked together for group accommodation of up to 11 people. Both cottages offer well equipped and cosy accommodation with underfloor heating in Jasmine Cottage and two woodburners in Inglefall Cottage. Both cottages are pet friendly with up to 2 well behaved dogs welcome in each.
Close to the self catering accommodation cottages is the famous Ingleton Waterfall Trail, Ingleton park with its childrens play area and heated open air swimming pool for summer swimming. Ingleton also offers an indoor climbing wall with over 300 square meters of climbing wall with routes to suit all abilities.
Ingleton is on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, just 40 minutes drive from the Lake District and on the edge of the Forest of Bowland, which is Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is also an ideal location, from which to discover the many magnificent features of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Three Peaks area, whether by foot, bicycle or touring.
As well as rock climbing above ground, there is much for pot holers and cavers to enjoy in this limestone region. Ingleborough caves and White Scar caves offer visitors a range of stunning cave formations and there are annual opportunities to be winched down and experience the full glory of Gaping Gill.
Ingleton is an ideal location from which to climb the Yorkshire 3 Peaks; Penyghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. Enjoy climbing them singly or rise to the challenge and climb them together in a day. Horton in Ribblesdale is the official start to the walk where you can clock in your times at a local café.
There is much to delight geologists in the surrounding limestone scenery. Nearby Malham Cove and Malham Tarn offer walks and views of scientific interest. The area also inspired Charles Kinglsey to write The Water Babies in 1863 after a visit and has been used in various films including Harry Potter, The Deathly Hallows.
Attractions within easy reach of Jasmine Cottage and Infall cottages Ingleton
- Ingleton Waterfalls Walk from the door
- Ingleton Climbing Wall - 2 mins walk
- White Scar Caves - 5 mins drive
- Falconry Centre at Austwick - 10 mins drive
- Playbarn at Settle - 15mins drive
- Ingleborough Caves at Clapham 10 mins plus a beautiful woodland walk of about a mile
- Ribblehead Viaduct - 12 mins drive
- Great potholing and caving area, including famous Gaping Gill pot hole
- Horton-in-Ribblesdale, official start of the Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough
- Ingleborough Summit - 1.5 hour walk
- Gisburn Forest Cycle Trail - 32 mins drive
- Malham with its famous cove to climb and beautiful Tarn with scientific interest - 35 mins drive
- Settle and the Settle Carlisle Railway - 19 mins drive
- Scalaber Force near Settle
- Skipton Market Town with Medieval Castle - 43 mins drive
- Beatrix Potter Museum and Lake Windermere - 45 mins drive
- Lake District National Park - 45 mins drive
- South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Dalton in Furness - 1 hours drive
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