Inglenook Guest House
20 Main Street
Inglenook Guest House, Ingleton
Zena and Tim Ashberry welcome you to the Inglenook Guest House. Inglenook is situated in the heart of the village of Ingleton, which is located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Surrounded by beautiful limestone landscape Ingleton is a great place to relax and get away from it all.
We are situated on a quiet road in the heart of Ingleton. From the front of the guest house we look out towards the mountain of Ingleborough and from the back we overlook the River Greta. Please note that we have two friendly cats and a daft terrier.
Inglenook is just a few minutes walk from the village where you will find a selection of pubs, restaurants and cafes. Ingleton is a great base for exploring the Yorkshire Dales and offers wonderful nearby attractions such as White Scar Cave, the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail and Malham Cove. If you are coming to the Dales for outdoor pursuits there is great walking, mountain biking, climbing and caving on our doorstep.
Inglenook has four guest bedrooms, which offer superb views of the Yorkshire Dales countryside. Our rooms are all en-suite since our complete refurbishment over the winter 2017/18. All the rooms have beautiful tea, coffee and biscuits, with fresh milk available 24/7 in the dining room fridge. Please use our guest fridge to chill your Prosecco or beer.
Wi-Fi is available through our new hard wired Wi-Fi access points in all areas.
Guest rooms at the front of the house look out to Ingleborough Mountain while the rooms at the back look over the River Greta and Greta Gorge.
Please ring or email for availability and booking.
Tel: 01524 241270
Check in times
Check in is between 4pm and 9pm and check out is10.30am. Please call Zena or Tim on 01524 241270 if you would like to arrive any later.
We serve breakfast between 8.30am and 9am. We source our fresh produce locally.
There is free on-street parking.
Free Wi-Fi is available in all of our rooms.
How far from the village?
We are approximately a 5-minute walk from the village. If you are looking to eat in the village we can offer a number of daytime cafes, a fish and chip shop, 4 pubs and 4 restaurants. There is also a Co-op which is open between 8am and 10pm, where you will also find a cash point.
Closest Public Transport
High Bentham train station is just less than 3 miles away and is on the Leeds to Morecambe line. There are bus services, which connect Ingleton to Lancaster and Kirkby Lonsdale.
Things to Do
Ingleton makes a great base for your holiday whether you just want to relax in beautiful scenery or engage in outdoor pursuits. The village is located in the beautiful limestone scenery of the Yorkshire Dales and offers magnificent views of Ingleborough one of the Yorkshire three peaks. Ingleton has a range of places to eat which include pubs, restaurants and cafes and the tourist information office is open throughout the year.
Tim and Zena are such a lovely couple, so welcoming and made us totally feel at home. I was climbing the three peaks and they left breakfast out for me as I was getting up at 5.30am. The whole B&B was spotless. The room was big, cosy and the bed was so comfortable, made getting out of bed difficult. Really nice tea, coffee and hot chocolate in the room, along with delicious biscuits. Access to the fridge in the kitchen was also a lovely touch. The full English was superb, lovely crispy bacon! Location is great, plenty of parking! And lots of nice of places to eat in the village - I recommend the Italian place near the co-op! My only thing I would suggest would be a bin in the room as well as the bathroom, but this was because I would of liked to of tidied up. We will definitely be back soon, this time with our dog.
We had to cancel at the last minute but Tim was fabulous and so understanding. He was concerned that my daughter had got lost and messaged to see if she was OK and when I explained at 10.40 at night that we had made an error with the date he was so nice and understanding. I suspect they are a genuinely lovely couple and would recommend them to others.
“Gem in the Dales”
A beautiful Guest House with personal attention and a warm welcome. Felt more like an old friend rather than someone who was a complete stranger prior to ringing the door bell. The bedroom was very comfortable and had one of the best beds I have ever slept in. The Tea/Coffee tray had delicious coffee (And decaf) and no UHT milk but the real thing! in a wee milk jug!! When you needed more you went to fridge in the dining room to refill. Breakfast was a treat and especially the bread from the local bakery. I will definately be returning.