The Wheatsheaf Inn

Address: 22 High Street, Ingleton, Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire, England, LA6 3AD, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on 22 High Street, Ingleton, is near Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, White Scar Cave, Ribblehead Viaduct, and Gaping Gill.
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    Travel Blogs from Ingleton

    Poet's Corner

    A travel blog entry by willmj on Jun 09, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... a short tour of the middle lake.

    Day 2. Another morning on the lake. This time to Lakeside and back. Very pleasant - and oh! what a beautiful day. We came home and changed to our shorts - first time in 3 weeks. Dressed in summery attire we took off to Orrest Head where we had a panoramic view of the lake. It was almost as good as Bariloche, Argentina. The only thing missing in the background was the snow covered Andes! We ...

    Caernarfon, Wales to Burton In Kendal

    A travel blog entry by haydo on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... we expected. We saw a crowd of people near the river so we walked down for a look. There was an orchestra playing in the bandstand and it was beautiful sitting in the sunshine by the river, watching the boats sail by and listening to great music. We then headed for out Travelodge and checked in at 4.30pm (£51). After a cuppa we headed to Sedbergh in the Yorkshire Dales which we love. We have stayed there on 3 previous ...

    Isle of Man - Here we come!

    A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Jun 04, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... for the day was not far away so we wandered down country roads, avoiding the Motorways and traffic. Morning tea was at Penrith on the north-eastern edge of The Lake's District. We parked in the middle of the village and could hear a ragtime band playing in front of one of the shops. We spent an hour getting a feel for the town before finding a café for a Devonshire Tea - delicious strawberry jam and clotted cream on fresh scones.

    As we had plenty ...

    Hike and Cruise

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on Jun 04, 2015

    ... this walk was breathtaking. We managed not to get lost, even though some directions were a bit vague. The first part of the walk brought us to a coffee shop over the river, and even though it was not too long since breakfast, we couldn't resist the opportunity to stop and enjoy the ambience. The whole walk took nearly three and a half hours, and it was wonderful. After a cool drink we ...

    From Medieval to Nuclear

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 25, 2015

    21 photos

    ... his son was born and died. For those who have been reading the blog you will know that we have been following the history of Richard III since we arrived in the UK and our visit here will complete our journey of significant locations tied to him.

    The castle was built in 1190 and not long after, came into the hands of the Neville family with the best known Neville being Richard Neville the “Kingmaker” the ...