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All reviews gift shop hard hats fairy doors stump cross self guided cave system rock formations own pace cakes lovely cafe guide book stalactites and stalagmites rainy day well worth a visit fascinating place home made treasure hunt
Just done our third annual visit to Stump Cross Caverns. We do this as part of our work on How to Train your Dragon novel study work. This is a wonderful resource to stimulate learning and especially writing for young people. Took Year 4 but...More
Stump cross caverns is an excellent way to spent a afternoon/ morning away from home. Upon arrival, the car park is well signed posted. There is a cafe in the shop serving traditional hearty meals with a good portion size. The caves themselves are excellent...More
Great afternoon out! Cant believe we hadn't been here sooner! I did the tunnel tour heavily pregnant so its not too difficult. Cant wait till baby is old enough to visit as grandma and grandpa live in Pateley Bridge!
Visited on a very blustery and rainy winters day. Staff were very friendly and helpful, there was a laminate to guide us through the caves, or a guide book could be purchased at a very reasonable £2 extra. To go down into the caverns there...More
The caves are well worth a visit and were dressed for Christmas. Clear information and map provided. The video at the end was really interesting and informative. The cafe has delicious food and we spent a cosy afternoon by the fire.
Great home-cooked meals in the cafe at a really reasonable price. We had home-made meat and potato pie, home-made fish pie and home-made fish fingers and all were very tasty. Also a very friendly welcome from the staff. They had a good selection of cakes...More
Lovely family visit to the caves followed by lunch in the café. 3 generations all enjoyed the fairy door hunt through the caves. Lunch in the café was tasty, reasonably prices, comfortable & the staff are all friendly & helpful. The shop has interesting artefacts...More
We visited today with our children aged 5 and 7.
We started off with delicious sausage butties by the fire and could have sat there all day it was so comfy. The staff were very welcoming and great with the children, they even got some...More
Response from Caroline562 | Reviewed this property |
Hi sorry for the delay! I would say not really as you go down a flight of steps to get to the cave and the floor is uneven you have to bend a lot so you don’t bang your head ( you are provided with hard hats) hope that helps. More
Hi sorry for the delay! I would say not really as you go down a flight of steps to get to the cave and the floor is uneven you have to bend a lot so you don’t bang your head ( you are provided with hard hats) hope that helps.