Bed & Breakfast, Holiday Cottage, Cabins / Lodges
All Suitable for Horse Stays
ABOUT ASHES FARM
Ashes Farm, situated in the Ribble Valley, is a picturesque 1600's stone-built farmhouse. Located almost central to the three peaks and virtually on the doorstep of the Pennine Way, the Dales Way the Settle to Carlisle Way, the Ribble Way and the Pennine Bridleway in the Heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. This allows unique access to some of the finest walking and mountain bike trails in England. Ribblehead viaduct and station which also features an excellent local pub is located on the Settle to Carlisle train line, and being around a mile away, gives great access by train.
Ashes Farm Farmhouse is a three bedroom Bed & Breakfast, we also have a converted barn/cottage, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath and two luxury hand-built bespoke Cabins/lodges all with beautiful views of Pen-y-ghent and the Yorkshire Three Peaks.
THINGS TO DO IN NORTH YORKSHIRE
If a nice pint is what you fancy, The Black Sheep Brewery makes some fine examples of tasty Yorkshire Ales, IPA's and some delicious food.
The trail follows a well-defined footpath that runs as close to the edge of the two rivers as possible to provide spectacular views of the waterfalls.
Perhaps the road with the most fantastic views in Yorkshire, Buttertubs pass is a must-see for any keen cyclist, walker or driver.
The cave is a stunning example of Yorkshire's limestone scenery. First entered in 1837, it has been accessible ever since and provides a truly breathtaking day out.
Booking is advisable, especially at weekends.
The Station, Ribblehead, 1 mile-015242 41274
Game Cock, Austwick-015242 51226
Mason Freehouse, Ingleton-015242 42040
Also, those located in Settle.
A circular route of 24 miles and 1,585 metres of ascent takes on the peaks of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. The challenge is usually completed in under 12 hours, and includes some breathtaking views of the stunning Yorkshire dales.
Just walk out of our drive and you are on the route!
Located on the main road, distinguished by a black Royal mail style postbox and signpost, opposite a small unused garage.
The entrance is located at '///alleyway.cherish.prove' on what three words.