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Framed by stunning countryside and iconic landmarks, the quaint town of Settle is an ideal stop for walkers, outdoor lovers and those looking for peace and quiet. Nestled in the shadow of the striking Castleberg Crag, this sleepy town is famous for its lively outdoor market, breathtaking railway line and Victoria Hall.
Settle This bustling market town is a great base for exploring the western part of the Yorkshire Dales.
Chart Topping sensation John Newman was born here.
The composer Edward Elgar visited Settle on many occasions to visit his friend Dr Charles William Buck
Ramblers flock to Settle and it's easy to see why. With its own natural landmark, the "Castleberg Crag", a bustling market square and a Grade II Victorian theatre, this picturesque town is an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding Dales such as Upper Wharfdale. Stroll around the scars, caves and cliffs overlooking the town. Or jump on board the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway as you glide over Victorian viaducts, past colourful stations and through narrow tunnels on England's most scenic railway. Add some exhilartion to the journey by hooking up with Off the Rails to take part in a guided bike ride down from the railway's highest point...
Now the home of the Museum of North Craven Life, The Folly hosts both permanent and temporary exhibitions that tell the story of North Craven, its landscape and people all housed in this historic building built in the 1670s. A visit to the Linton Court Gallery previously a hay loft, providing a spacious setting for exhibitions. From emerging to established artists, the gallery has a wide range of works for sale as well as hosting numerous artist talks throughout the year. And if live music, theatre, world cinema and art exhibitions are your thing, the Victoria Hall caters for all at this Grade II listed and beautifully preserved Victorian venue.
The Traddock Hotel has established a renowned reputation for its charm, its character and, most importantly, for its friendliness. The hotel is surrounded by the idyllic scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and provides the perfect base for walking the three peaks, climbing, touring or just relaxing. The Traddock's award winning restaurant draws on an Anglo-Saxon theme where dishes are a blend of the traditional and the unfamiliar. They pride themselves on using local and seasonal ingredients, and organic produce.
With home cooked food and large selection of real ales the Talbot Arms, Settle provides the perfect place to relax after a days walking or cycling in the stunning Yorkshire Dales. It also has the largest beer garden in Settle so when the sun decides to make an appearance it is the perfect place to escape.
Located in the heart of Settle, Ye Olde Naked Man Café is a unique bakery and cafe dating back to 1663 with original breads and cakes with sandwich shop and cafe selling own produce.
Food is one of the biggest passions here at The Lion at Settle. The menus are created to showcase the best local in season produce, sourced from trusted suppliers throughout Settle and the surrounding area. They believe that with great quality ingredients you don't have to try too hard, which is why our dishes are simple, but beautifully executed by the Chef, John Wild. Once you've eaten to your heart's content, you can flop on to the comfiest of beds in one of The Lion's excellent 14 rooms.
Little House Restaurant inspiration for the food here comes from all over Europe and under the supervision of two professionally trained chefs the monthly menu and chalkboard take advantage of seasonal foods. The chefs use the finest produce available, including Lune Valley lamb, Scotch accredited beef, best quality fresh fish & local fruit & vegetables. On top of this, new and old world wines, continental beers & liqueurs are available to complement your meal.
The Pen-y-ghent Cafe, in nearby Horton-in-Ribblesdale, has been the starting point of the the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Walk for many people over the years. The café operates a clock-in/out system to time, and aid the safety of walkers. A clock card machine records the start and end time of walkers. Those completing within a 12 hour period are invited to join the Café's 'Three Peaks of Yorkshire Club'.
Settle Carlisle Railway - The 72 miles of the Settle-Carlisle line, ranked as one of the most well-known, spectacular railway journeys in the world. Trains head through the breath-taking Yorkshire Dales, into the Eden Valley and Appleby, through to Cumbria's vibrant capital city - Carlisle. You're guaranteed a great day out here.
Yorkshire Dales Guides provide adventure activities for most ages and abilities from introductory to more advanced sessions. Caving is one of their specialties as they can offer a range of levels from introductory ones suitable for families to advanced trips. In addition to the caving, they can offer Climbing and Abseiling and also Navigation Skills from basic map & compass, GPS to National Navigation Award Scheme Gold Award accredited courses.
Also, nearby, head to the glorious Forest of Bowland - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Internationally important for its heather moorland, blanket bog and rare birds, a small area of North Yorkshire lies within its boundaries. Bentham, the gateway to the Forest of Bowland, is an unspoilt but busy little place, standing on the River Wenning. This year marks the 50th Anniversary of their designation as an AONB and they have lots of events and festivals going on to celebrate this.
Settle is a perfect base for keen cyclists out there, due to it's easy access to many fantastic Dales cycling routes.
Looking for a bike? Well, 3 Peaks Cycles is based in Settle. Starting off as riders together, this family owned business was opened and is now run as a complete cycling experience. As well as stocking huge numbers of parts, new bikes, and accessories, they also have a comprehensive servicing department where all your needs and concerns can be fixed. But they don't stop there. Living where they do and riding any spare time they get, everyone connected with the shop is invited to come along and be part of it.
Settle is packed full of delights, and here are some of the highlights:
Settle Victoria Hall - This beautiful Victorian Music Hall has a wide programme of drama, comedy and music and is supplemented by community events, workshops and indoor markets. The Hall is also available for hire so makes a great venue for all sorts of events.
Austwick Hall - Discover the history and art of this Tudor manor house and enjoy the tranquility of the 13 acres of gardens and woodland, set in the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Dales. They offer guided tours of the house led by the owners and don't forget to explore the growing collection of contemporary sculpture on the woodland trail.
There are plenty of treats you can pick up in and around Settle, including:
Buon Vino - Here, they are passionate about their product. Their aim is to find the best and most exciting wines from around the world and get them to their customers at a competitive price. They also aim to search out the smaller producers in the lesser known areas, real artisans whose attachment to the land and love for their 'metier' is profound and inspiring.
Just round the corner from Buon Vino is the delicious Courtyard Dairy. If you are looking for an extra-special cheese to enhance your table and delight your palate, pop in here and choose from a range of the finest unpasteurised cheeses to be found both locally and throughout the UK and Europe. Their mantra is to sell the best cheese available in the UK and France; and by doing so, champion the few remaining independent farmhouse cheese-makers.
The House that Jack Built - Over two floors Jack stocks a huge range of quality and traditional toys and include brands such as Melissa and Doug, John Crane, Hippychick, The GroCompany, Manhattan Toys, Moulin Roty, Haba, Plan and Le Toy Van. Jack is delighted to provide an outlet for Piccalilly a local organic childrenswear range and celebrates the area's farming roots by dedicating a section to agricultural toys and stocks Bruder and Siku lines.
Settle Carlisle Railway
The 72 miles of the Settle-Carlisle line, ranked as one of the most well-known, spectacular railway journeys in the world.
Forest of Bowland
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Cheesey Does It
The Courtyard Dairy is a cheese lovers' paradise!
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