“A walk in a waterfall wonderland” and they are not wrong! This Yorkshire Dales four and half mile walk through some of the most spectacular woodland made even more special as we went on a glorious sunny autumn day! The walk takes you up & down with “quite a few steps” involved along the route […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Saturday Chris & Jackie visited the Settle Signal Box next to the station this is a small working museum. The “Friends of the Settle to Carlisle Line” volunteers will show you the workings of the mechanical-era of the railway signalling and you even get to have a go! It’s open to the public most Saturdays […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
On a lovely warm autumn afternoon take a walk along the River Ribble to the bridge near Stainforth, and then watch in awe the effort of salmon leaping up the force! We were so pleased to get some great shots (using a non-professional camera!) This certainly is a special time of the year and does […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We all love a good story? Well folk that came to Settle over the weekend were treated to a whole variety of good tales and stories. This is the fifth year the town has hosted the event which brought in story tellers from all over the world. All over the town would be events such […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Ever fancied going for a scenic walk in the Yorkshire Dales on an Autumn or Winters day and come back to a sumptuous stylish room with its very own double Jacuzzi bath (there is a separate shower as well!) before dining out in one of Settle’s restaurants or pubs just a minutes’ walk away? Our […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We had a glorious sunny day ahead of us to ride an off road mountain bike route leaving from Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Jackie & Chris headed north on a quiet lane then onto the Pennine & Dales Way with spectacular expansive views laid out around us. We met the “cam road” and could see the Ribblehead Viaduct […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This afternoon Chris & Jackie took a walk via Mitchells & Lambert lanes up out of Settle to have a look at Scalebar Force which is conveniently situated by the road side (Settle to Airton) which is 2km from our Guest House. As many waterfalls in the Yorkshire Dales it is surrounded by a small […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
‘Guys and Dolls’ is 135 years old this year! Settle Amateur Operatic Society want you to join in the celebrations by coming to see ‘Guys and Dolls’ in October. Starting on the 27th there will be a performance each night, finishing with a matinee and evening performance on Saturday November 1st at the Victoria Hall […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
To mark the 25th Anniversary today a very special locomotive hauled train of nine carriages ran from Leeds to Carlisle via Settle carrying hundreds of people, many of whom were involved in saving the line, in government, British Railways etc. In other words both ‘sides’ of a heroic campaign. There has not been a significant […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thanks to Jude for an invitation from Clapham Adventure to do morning’s introduction to Caving at the Ribblehead Viaduct. We were given some nice red and blue suits to wear, complete with hard hats and willies we did look the part! Our guide Jude took us across the moorland little do you realise the world […]Continue Reading... No Comments.