Brookhouse Guest House
Brookhouse Guest House


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Tel code: 015242 | code search
Postcode: LA2 | code search
Population: 690
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New Inn Hotel
"I have been here a few times and have always been impressed with the food and amount you got for your money . However I went back this year and found ..." More

New Inn Hotel
"Good Points: Good location in village Adequate comfortable room adequate parking friendly management good food Bad Points: scruffy outside recepton entrance bar ordering chaotic on a busy Bank Holiday General review: ..." More

Brookhouse Guest House
"We will let you into a little secret, the secret is Brookhouse, in Clapham Yorkshire, a guest house and cafe. We have visited Brookhouse, several times now. It is a ..." More

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The village of Clapham sits at the very edge of the Dales National Park, and though it is only 16 miles from the coast of Lancashire at Carnforth, and 20 from Kendal in Cumbria, it is in the county of North Yorkshire. Clapham is a pretty settlement, with some solid stone cottages and a pub, The New Inn, that has been providing a stopping place for visitors since it was built as a coaching inn in 1776. Visitors wanting a quiet stroll will enjoy the village itself, but those with a more demanding appetite for exercise will find plenty nearby to interest them. Ingleborough, one of Yorkshire’s three peaks, is just two miles north of the village. Ingleborough Cave with its stalactites and stalagmites and Gaping Ghyll, where water drops 365 feet to the base of this daunting pot-hole, are both huge attractions in the area, but the existence of the Cave Rescue Organisation in the village should be a reminder that great care and proper equipment are needed when setting out to enjoy some of the district’s natural wonders. Those with an engineering bent will be interested by the lake above the village, created in the 19th century to feed the water turbine producing electricity for parts of the settlement. The local saw mill also has such a turbine, making use of the power of the water that over millennia has carved features into the countryside round about. Clapham Beck runs through the village itself, crossed by two foot and two road bridges. Clapham is just off the pretty A65 road, but it is also accessible by train, though travellers need to know that Clapham station is a mile south of the village proper.


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New Inn Hotel (0.09 miles)

New Inn Hotel
Newly renovated, this 18th-century coaching inn is in the quiet village of Clapham, in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park. It has original character, free parking, a restaurant and 2 bars.

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New Inn Hotel (0.09 miles)

New Inn Hotel

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Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The beautiful old village straggles on either side of Clapham Beck, one half linked to the other by three bridges, the Church is at the ... More

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Brookhouse Guest House (0.10 miles)

Brookhouse Guest House

Set in the quaint tourist village of Clapham, North Yorkshire, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Brookhouse Guest House offers an appealing menu and comfortable accommodation.

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Dalesbridge B&B (1.48 miles)

Dalesbridge B&B
Dalesbridge House is available for let either on a sole use, self-catering basis or as individual B&B rooms. With accommodation for up to 15 people, there is plenty of room for groups wishing to stay ... More | visit website
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Dalesbridge House (1.48 miles)

Dalesbridge House

Dalesbridge House is located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Forest of Bowland. A warm welcome awaits you and our comfortable rooms have wonderful views over the surrounding fields and fells. ... More | visit website

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The Traddock (1.61 miles)

The Traddock

Surrounded by breathtaking views of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Traddock is a family run hotel that provides quality en-suite accommodation, elegant contemporary cuisine, a romantic setting and a warm welcome. The perfect base ... More | visit website

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Bridge End Guest House (3.98 miles)

Bridge End Guest House
Bridge End Guest House is located close to Ingleton Village centre, adjacent to the entrance of Ingleton Waterfalls Trail. A haven for walkers and cyclists to explore the Yorkshire Dales, the South Lakes and Trough ... More | visit website
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Coach House Inn (4.76 miles)

Coach House Inn

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Situated in High Bentham, next door to the Yorkshire Dales and The Forest of Bowland, bordering Cumbria and Lancashire, making it accessible to all locations. Offering real Ales, excellent food ... More

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The Craven Heifer (4.91 miles)

The Craven Heifer
Set in the wonderful, quintessential chocolate box village of Stainforth, in the heart of the north Yorkshire Dales, the Craven Heifer Hotel is in an excellent location both for visitors enjoying a day out or ... More | visit website

Craven Arms (5.03 miles)

Craven Arms

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The Craven Arms is nestled on the edges of the North Yorkshire Dales. Our family-friendly hotel, pub and restaurant is a great place to visit whilst exploring the beautiful countryside. ... More

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