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High quality Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the centre of the beautiful North Yorkshire town of Settle

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Rooms

King William The Fourth Guesthouse has six delightfully individual en suite rooms which blend period features with contemporary decor.

Food and Restaurants

Breakfast is served between 8am and 9.30am, but we do offer early breakfast for those guests who are undertaking the 3 peaks challenge as early as 05.30 by prior arrangement.

Local Information

The town is surrounded by attractive Dales villages. Giggleswick with its renowned public school and Chapel, Austwick, Clapham, Langcliffe and Stainforth are nearby. Malham with its limestone pavement and cove and Ingleton with its stunning waterfall and caves area are both within easy reach.

Easy to find ~ Easy to park

We have five parking spaces at the Guest House. Or you can park on the road after 6pm. There is a public ‘Pay and Display’ car park near to the Guest House. You can also park in the Town Square which is freebetween 6pm-9am. BIKES – We have secure storage for bicycles in our Cellar (sorry no Tandems)

Recent News

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    Settle – Your Mountain Bike Destination

    Whether you prefer the natural or a trail centre we have both within easy access of our guest house. You can ride straight out onto the “Settle Loop” a 10 mile circular route which takes in parts of the Pennine Bridleway and with spectacular views of Malham Tarn and the Dales. This is a great […]

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    Winter walking in “Yorkshire Three Peaks” Country

      Recently we have been out and about even though the weather has been on the chilly side it does not stop you enjoying the scenes and highlights just up the dale! Our first small video of a walk around the Ribblehead Viaduct is great for all ages and walking abilities no steep hills, we […]

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King William The Fourth - One of the best Guesthouses providing Bed & Breakfast at Settle in the Yorkshire Dales