The Pines Country House
The Pines Country House is a large Victorian property built around 1895 for the son of a local quarry owner. In 1986 it was turned into a guest house with 7 bedrooms, all en-suite and centrally heated, each having tea/coffee tray, clock radio and colour TV. We are fully licensed with an honesty bar and pool table.
Evening meals are available in the conservatory dinning room, which has panoramic views over the fells.
One of the unusual features of this room is a 114 year old grape vine, which produces numerous, bunches of Black Hamburg grapes.
The Pines is set in idyllic surroundings with superb views - Ingleborough and Whernside to the rear and the river Greta, fields and the trough of Bowland to the front. There is a private car park and a double garage for the safe storage of cycles and motorbikes. Drying facilities are also available.
The area is well known for the Three Peaks Challenge, Ingleton waterfall walk, White Scar caves and the Ribblehead viaduct on the Settle to Carlisle railway and is an ideal location for walkers, cavers, fishermen, golfers and cyclists.
The Pines is an ideal location for a small party gathering or a family reunion.
We are open all year round with special mid week breaks and winter offers available.
The Pines Country House is on the main A65 just a short walk from Ingleton village centre, the towns of Settle and Skipton to the south and Kendal and the Lakes to the north.
The property is owned and run by Tim and Gloria Backhouse who have been in the hotel business for over 30 years and our aim is to see that you have an enjoyable and relaxing stay.
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This page was last updated: 22 August 2011