Horton In Ribblesdale Cottages

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    Poppy Cottage: Stone built barn conversion in the centre of the pretty Dales village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale, home of the Three Peaks. Lovely views, open fire. Settle 6 miles. (Ref. 5457)

    7 nights from £351

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    Harber Scar: A lovely 300-year old Three Peaks cottage, in pretty Dales village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Woodburning stove, WiFi, garden with stream, countryside views. Ideal Dales base. Settle 6 miles. (Ref. 4092)

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    7 nights from £287

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    Butts Hill House: A cosy semi-detached cottage set in the village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale near to the town of Settle. Rural location. Rustic charm. Ideal for a couple. Settle 6 miles. (Ref. 958757)

    7 nights from £282

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    Pen-y-Ghent View: Delightful mid-terrace cottage in Dales village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale, home of the famous Three Peaks. Four poster bed, open fire. Settle 6 miles. (Ref. 2257)

    7 nights from £264

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    Horton Scar House: A modern detached house on the edge of the pretty Dales village of Horton in Ribblesdale with Pen-Y-Ghent footpath on the doorstep. A great cottage to get away from it all and enjoy great country living. Settle 6 miles. (Ref. 932839)

    7 nights from £453

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    The Stables: An outstanding pet-friendly cottage in Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Former stable, full of character and charm. WiFi, Jacuzzi bath, patio, lovely views of Pen-Y-Ghent. (Ref. 912240)

    7 nights from £405

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    Fawber Cottage: Charming stone-built cottage in Newhouses. Beamed ceilings, flagged floors and multi-fuel stove. Garden with views of Pen-y-Ghent. Settle 6 miles. (Ref. 1198)

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    7 nights from £301

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    Oak Cottage: Delightful detached cottage, on Pennine Way in pretty hamlet of Newhouses. Character features. Views to Pen-y-Ghent and Ingleborough. Horton-in-Ribblesdale 0.5 miles. (Ref. 913)

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    Greengates Farm: Delightful Grade II listed, former farmhouse close to Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Woodburning stove, open fire, excellent base for walks and cycle rides. Settle 6 miles. (Ref. 12171)

    7 nights from £380

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    Weasels Cottage: Set just outside Stainforth in the tiny hamlet of Studfold near Horton-in-Ribblesdale, a delightful cottage, king-size double bed with separate dressing room, woodburner, lovely countryside views, off road parking, pet-friendly. Settle 5 miles. (Ref. 935400)

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Dust off those boots and binoculars and prepare for a walking adventure like no other when you book a Horton-in-Ribblesdale cottage! This charming village is known far and wide as the starting point of the challenging Three Peaks Walk.

Indeed, this part of Ribblesdale is often just called Three Peaks, an affectionate term describing the famous mountain tops of Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. Each one deserves at least a day's attention, though the real test is to complete the gruelling 24.5 miles across all three peaks in one day! Expect spectacular views across limestone pavements, rock scars and wild moorland. The Pennine Way also passes through the village, while cyclists and fell runners add to the air of outdoor adventure.

Such craggy terrain brings with it a labyrinth of underground surprises, too, and if you're into caving or potholing, you're in for a visual treat. And whether you stay above or below ground, welcoming cafés and historic coaching inns satisfy any cravings for wholesome food and drink.

Sightsee by train from your Horton-in-Ribblesdale cottage!

Less energetic ways to soak up the scenery from your Horton-in-Ribblesdale cottage include a trip aboard the Settle-Carlisle Railway, unquestionably one of the UK's most picturesque lines with magnificent views of those ever-looming Three Peaks.

Along your travels, look out for flora, fauna and wildlife - tiny flowers and fossils in the limestone crags; curlew, lapwing, grouse; even hare and fox.

And on Tuesdays, don't miss Settle's bustling market - a great way to stock up with local provisions for your Horton-in-Ribblesdale cottage!