Nr Settle, Clapham, Yorkshire, LA2 8HH, United Kingdom
The New Inn Hotel is located in Clapham, England, 1.5 miles from Ingleborough Cave and two miles from Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre. Settle town centre and its train station is six miles from the hotel. Hotel Features. The New Inn Hotel is an 18th century coaching inn set amid the Yorkshire Dales National Park with a dramatic backdrop of peaks, dales, rivers and waterfalls. There is a patio open during the summer months and complimentary parking is available. A complimentary full Eng

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Location. The New Inn Hotel is located in Clapham, England, 1.5 miles from Ingleborough Cave and two miles from Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre. Settle town centre and its train station is six miles from the hotel. Hotel Features. The New Inn Hotel is an 18th century coaching inn set amid the Yorkshire Dales National Park with a dramatic backdrop of peaks, dales, rivers and waterfalls. There is a patio open during the summer months and complimentary parking is available. A complimentary full English breakfast is served daily. Local produce is used in the kitchen, with milk, cream and eggs purchased from dairies in the area. The main bar hosts a collection of caving cartoons by Jim Eyre, a local cave explorer. In the Lounge Bar and the restaurant there are tapestries created by local artists. Guestrooms. There are 18 guestrooms spread across three storeys at the New Inn Hotel. Guestrooms have private bathrooms, telephones, televisions and hair dryers. Expert Tip. From the hotel's doorway, walk the Reginald Farrar Nature Trail up to Ingleborough Cave (about 1.5 miles), then take a trip down Ingleborough Show Cave, which was first discovered in 1837; regular tours are conducted 500 metres along decorated passages that are floodlit.

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