Ribblehead Accommodation, Inn and Train Station
RambleFest lists details of Ribblehead accommodation, Inn and Train Station, including contact info, and website and location links.
Ribblehead accommodation and the train station are about 1½ miles off the Dales Way via the B6255.
Ribblehead is 1¼ miles off the Ribble Way, although the station will be of more use after reaching the source of the Ribble, just 4½ miles off where the Ribble Way crosses the B6255. Ribblehead Map.
The Station Inn
Ribblehead, Ingleton, Carnforth, Lancashire LA6 3AS
Tel: 015242 41274
Station Inn Website
Type: Inn accommodation and Bunk House
Info: 1½ miles off the Dales Way; 1¼ miles off the Ribble Way; food served.
“The Station Inn provides a perfect base for a host of activities. These include pot holing in the many challenging caves in the area – Alum Pot, Great Douk Cave and Batty Wife Cave to name but a few. The area is hugely popular with walkers and there are many footpaths and long distance tracks that pass close by, among them: The Dales Way, The Pennine Way, The Ribble Valley Way and The Centurion Way. The Station Inn is the perfect pit stop, meal provider or overnight option for Yorkshire Dales walkers. Many visitors choose to use The Station Inn as their base whilst attempting the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge – namely a successful ascent of Whernside (736m), Ingleborough (724m) and Pen-Y-Ghent (693m), in 12 hours. The Station Inn is ‘that great pub by the viaduct’. Situated in an imposing and rural position in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, The Station Inn provides a perfect base for a host of activities.”