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Harling House, Ingleton

Harling House
Raber Top Lane
Ingleton
North Yorkshire
LA6 3DN

015242 42113

Harling House, Ingleton

Harling House is a Limestone Dale's house built in 1875 by William Metcalfe, and is perfectly located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, just a short walking distance to the amenities of Ingleton village.

 

ACCOMMODATION

We have four tastefully refurbished bedrooms available, all of which are light and airy, with dual aspect windows and en-suite shower rooms. For your comfort, all rooms are fully carpeted and have controllable heating. Hospitality trays with high quality drinks selection and fresh milk are provided. Each room has a flat screen TV with Freeview channels and DVD player. All beds have British made pocket sprung mattresses to ensure a relaxing night's sleep. 

 

With a selection of room sizes, including a single, double and a twin/superking, there is sure to be a room to meet your requirements.

 

Our rooms are named after the rivers and waterfalls of Ingleton, for which the area is well known.

 

The  Thornton  is adaptable and can be used as a twin or super-king size room. This bright and airy room has views towards Whernside and the surrounding countryside. There is an en-suite shower room, flat screen TV as mentioned above and modern furnishings to make your stay comfortable. More details and pictures  here.   

 

The  Doe  is a spacious single room, providing both luxury and comfort.  With double aspect countryside views and own en-suite facilities, TV and DVD player. More details and pictures  here.         

 

The Greta  is a double room with solid oak bed.  Being at the front of the house, this room has views towards Ingleborough.  The en-suite is a lovely large shower room and of course the room has flat screen TV as mentioned above. More details and pictures  here.   

 

Our Beezley room is on the ground floor and has views of the garden. You'll find a new ensuite shower room and traditional cast iron fireplace giving this room, which was totally refurbished in 2016, a very comfortable welcome. There's an oak bed, flat screen TV/DVD/Freeview and welcome tray as in the other rooms.

 

Guests also have their own lounge on the ground floor, to relax and unwind after a long walk.  Alternatively you may wish to read a good book with a cup of nice tea and some homebaking (served each afternoon). Chess, dominos, cards and scrabble are also available for your use.

 

BREAKFAST

Breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the garden.

 

Using locally sourced ingredients when available plus seasonal specials, sure to set you up for a great day out.

 

Example breakfast selection:

 

Help yourself to fruit, cereal, muesli/granola, fruit juice or yogurt.

 

(Skimmed, sem-skimmed and soya milk provided.)

 

Followed by choice of -

Free range eggs, fried, poached or scrambled (v)

Pork sausages

Dry cured back Bacon

Black pudding

Mushrooms (v)

Vine-tomatoes (v)

Beans (v)

 

(Meat goods provided by Dales Butchers in the village, using locally reared animals)

 

OR -

 

Scrambled free range eggs on toast (v)

Mushrooms on toast (v)

Omelette with local cheese (v)

Porridge (v)

Poached free range egg with halloumi cheese on toast (v)

 

Followed by toast with locally made preserves and hot drinks selection including decaffeinated and  cafertiere coffee from our local supplier.

 

The Breakfast Room is an ideal place to watch the birds in the garden from the window seat.  

 

Species to be seen regularly include Blue Tit, Blackbird, Coal Tit, Nuthatch, Dunnock, Robin, Goldfinch, Chaffinch, Greenfinch, House Sparrow, Starling, Mistle Thrush and Song Thrush to name but a few.

 

Harling House is perfectly located for visiting the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Lake District National Park and the Trough of Bowland. These are all areas of outstanding natural beauty with lots to offer.

 

There are so many things for you to do in all seasons within walking distance or a little further afield, it would be difficult to list them all on our humble website.

 

Here are a few tasters to whet your appetite (we'll change this list regularly, but more details of things to do can be found in guest rooms):

 

If you are attending one of the many events in the area this summer, why not make a holiday of it and stay over at Harling House?

 

Ingleton Waterfalls Trail - less than a mile to the start - approx 15 minutes' walk.  

 

The village of Ingleton has some lovely individual shops, climbing wall and Ingleton Pottery, only a 10 minute walk. 

 

White Scar Caves - less than 10 minutes' drive (the country's longest show cave)  

 

Clapham, including Ingleborough Show Cave - 10 minutes' drive.  

 

Ribblehead Viaduct - approx 15 minutes' drive.  

 

Settle and Skipton - historic market towns, 15 and 30 minutes' drive respectively. 

 

Leyton Moss RSPB Nature Reserve - 35 minutes' drive.  Sizergh castle - 30 minutes' drive.  

 

Kendal town centre (gateway to South Lakeland) - 25 minutes' drive. 

 

Kirkby Lonsdale - 13 minutes' drive. 

 

Hawes - home of Wensleydale Cheese, individual shops and the Dales Countryside museum - 35 minutes' drive. 

  

Forest of Bowland, including Slaidburn  - 35 minutes' drive. 

 

Bentham Golf Course - 3 miles. (Other golf courses also near by). 

 

Historic Lancaster - 40 minutes' drive. 

 

If you are attending one of the many events in the area this summer, why not make a holiday of it and stay over at Harling House?

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