I stayed here for three nights in March 2013 whilst hiking in the area. On arrival I received a warm welcome and was shown to my room. The room was clean and well presented. Admittedly I had concerns over how quiet the inn would be at night, but you do not hear any noise from the pub downstairs. I slept very well!
I ended up having breakfast and dinner here every day, and the food was faultless. I even tried the 'afterburner' burger, something that I would recommend but only to those with a high tolerance of spicy foods!
The location of the Wheatsheaf Inn was ideal for the places I visited. You are a 5-10 minute walk from the Ingleton to Ingleborough summit trail, and probably even closer to the start of the well known waterfalls trail. I also visited White Scar caves whilst in the area, and this can be reached by car within 10 minutes.
All in all, a pleasant stay. The staff were friendly (as were the locals in the pub), the accommodation was good and the food tasty. If I return to Ingleton I would happily stay here again.
- 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