Settle is a gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, a national park that is world-famous for the its tranquil scenery, miles of drystone walls, and distinctive fieldbarns. 

 

With heather moorland, colourful hay meadows, vibrant birdlife, and acres of limestone pavement, the countryside and traditional villages entice visitors from far and wide.  The Dales are the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of modern life.

 

Where to eat


The Brasserie, next door to The Lime Gallery in The Courtyard, Settle, for lunchtime meals and light bites, or
a great value Steak Night on Fridays.  

 

The Queen’s Arms, Litton

 

The Plough at Wigglesworth

 

Where to stay

 

Thackholme Farm, Hawkswick - the most stylish holiday house around, and a Lime Gallery project!

 

Austwick Hall

 

Hellield Peel, as seen on Channel 4’s Grand Designs

 

Getting around
The nearest station is Settle, the start of the famous Settle-Carlisle line. Steam trains sometimes go past the Gallery….


Taxis: Stainforth Private Hire, 01729 824888
Buses: sadly, few and far between
Cycling: hire from Off the Rails on 01729 824419

Tourist information:   Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority