Discover the Yorkshire Dales

Detailed below are just a few of the attractions and sites that there are to see in the Yorkshire Dales…

Ribblehead Viaduct is just a short walk from Ribblehead Station near Ingleborough and White Scar Cave. Ribblehead Viaduct is often classed as the most impressive structure on the Settle-Carlisle Railway and is is only a 40 minute drive from Littondale Cottage.
Situated a mere 6 miles away from Littondale cottage, Kilnsey Crag is a large limestone cliff that overlooks the River Wharfe. Along with Malham Cove and Gordale Scar, Kilnsey Crag is rated as one of the ‘Big Three’ limestone crags in the Yorkshire Dales for climbers.
As one of the most complete and well-preserved medieval castles in England, Skipton Castle is well worth a visit during any season of the year. Situated in the market town of Skipton, Skipton Castle is a 30 minute drive from Littondale Cottage.
Situated 50 minutes away from Littondale Cottage is the home of the famous Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese. Here you can take part in the Yorkshire Wensleydale Cheese Experience, which includes the opportunity to see master cheese-makers at work.
Only 40 minutes away from Littondale Cottage, Bolton Abbey offers lots to do in the great outdoors. With lots of moor walks, along with woodland and riverside nature trails, Bolton Abbey is a fun day out for all of the family.
Just an hour away from Littondale Cottage, the Black Sheep Brewery tour gives you a full insight into how their beers are made and the unique processes used to create the perfect pint of Black Sheep, you can even sample a range of their delicious beers.