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Cheap Hotels in Settle

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Skipton Road
0.4 Miles from the centre
per night from £129
(price for Tue, 23 Jul)

Craven Heifer Hotel

Main Road
per night from £95
(price for Tue, 30 Jul)

Royal Oak Hotel

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Market Place
< 0.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £109
(price for Tue, 30 Jul)

Hotels in Settle

A gateway to the Three Peaks of Penyghent, Whernside, and Ingleborough and set in a bustling market town, Settle Hotels are an ideal entry point for holidays to the Yorkshire Dales.

Market town

The sleepy town of Settle wakes up each week for the market. On market day you'll find a variety of stalls in Victoria Hall selling everything from fresh fruit and vegeSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTIONs to clothes and trinkets. Aside from the market Settle has a number of shops, restaurants, pubs and cafés, including The Naked Man – thought to be the oldest café in England. There are also a number of historical buildings to see in Settle, including The Folly, a 17th-century Grade I listed building that now houses the Museum of North Craven Life. For art-lovers, head to The Gallery on the Green and the Gavagan Arts at Linton Court Gallery to see paintings, photographs and drawings by a range of local artists.

Settle is also the starting point of the Settle-Carlisle Railway, a 73-mile-long railway that encompasses the iconic Ribblehead Viaduct. Hopping on the train is a fantastic way to experience the scenic beauty of the Yorkshire Dales.

Three Peaks

Settle is a great base if you're planning to tackle the Three Peaks at the head of the Ribbledale and Chapel-le-Dale valleys. The peaks are Penyghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, and the route totals a length of 25 miles. Close to Ingleborough you'll find Ingleborough Cave a show cave that features a 500-metre-long fossil gallery as well as impressive stalagmite formations. Aside from the 25-mile walk there are also a number of shorter walks for hikers of all ages and abilities and the area around the Three Peaks also has a range of excellent bike paths.

Outdoor sports

Aside from walking and bike riding, the vast space of the Yorkshire Dales is an ideal location for a number of outdoor sports. Rock climbing is a popular pastime in the Dales, with Gordale Scar and Malham Cove offering a challenge for climbers. If you're looking for something a little less dangerous, fishing is another attraction to the area. Lake Semerwater is a well-known fishing location where the waters a brimming with perch, pike and wild brown trout. There are also plenty of locations to try your hand at caving. The most celebrated cave on the Dales is Gaping Gill, with a main shaft descending to a depth of 105m.

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