Horton in Ribblesdale
3 Peaks Bunkroom, Horton-in-Ribblesdale
3 Peaks Bunkroom is situated in Horton in Ribblesdale and perfect place to stay when walking the 3 Peaks or the Pennine Way. There is an excellent rail link in the village to Leeds or Carlisle and a bus service to Settle, Ingleton & Skipton. The bunkroom has 2 large dormitory style bedrooms, each sleeping up to 20 people. Digital TVs in each bedroom. A kitchen/dining room. There are separate showers on each floor and a disabled bathroom on the ground floor. Outside we have a drying room (much needed in the usual Yorkshire weather!!), picnic benches and a ¾ acre field for recreational activities. There is plenty or car parking space (we share the car park with the Golden Lion Hotel).
Please email or telephone 01729 860380 or 07870 849419 for availability (ask for Susan or Carl) – if the answer phone is on please leave your name and telephone number and we will get back in touch with you asap.
The bunkroom can be hired out for sole use (40 beds), per floor (20 beds) or per person. We do not accept bookings of less than 5 people unless we have another group already booked in the bunkroom.
Peak Times (Weekends)
Sole Use (40 beds)- £600 per night.
1 Floor (20 beds) – £300 per night.
Per Person – £15 per night.
Discounts for mid-week bookings even in school holidays!! Discounts during January, February, November & December.
Please call us to discuss prices for groups/charities and mid-week bookings.01729 860380 / 07870 849419.
Horton-in-Ribblesdale is a village in the Yorkshire Dales National Park close to the source of the River Ribble. It is a popular base for walkers, many of whom are completing the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge Walk over Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. People frequently start this walk from Horton-in-Ribblesdale's Pen-y-ghent Cafe as a challenge in under 12 hours, or more leisurely over 2 or 3 days. Being within the limestone area of the Yorkshire Dales Horton-in-Ribblesdale is also popular with cavers, pot-holers and anyone looking for beautiful countryside.
Although many visitors are walking the 3 Peaks, there are also many other routes; The Pennine Way, Ribble Way and Dales Highway along with countless other individual paths and rights of way.