Two couples in our 60s spent five days mid week. We found the wheatsheaf extremely good value. The manager Matthew and assistant manager Alice were both friendly, helpful and had great personalities as were the rest of the staff.
This is an old building and needs upgrading but you can`t do things overnight, a start has been made and you can see a difference. The bedrooms were spotless with a good sized bathroom and very comfortable beds (a good night guaranteed). The stairs and landing carpets are showing some discoloration, this is due to the area being mainly a walkers area which means lots of muddy boots.
The food we had was of a good standard with a reasonable choice, the portions are large but if you have been on the hills all day you will clear the plate.
Ingleton is a good centre for touring the area with many small villages, country pubs and great places to eat all at a reasonable price. We are looking forward to re-visiting the area and we shall certainly stay at the Wheatsheaf again (if they will have us).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Wheatsheaf is steeped in history stretching as far back as the 17th century. This Coaching Inn was extended in the 1800s to include a Blacksmiths shop and stables, now being utilized as the dining room. There is a large beer garden to rear and food is served every day. Black sheep is our main beer on the bar but we do have other guest ones for you to try. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Wheatsheaf Hotel Ingleton
- The Wheatsheaf Inn Ingleton, Yorkshire