Moor View Bed and Breakfast
In a fantastic rural location, just a short drive from Ingleton or Clapham, you’ll find this exceptional bed and breakfast.
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What’s On in Ingleton
Winching commences at 8am each day until Closing approximately 5pm; Saturday 28th May – Thursday 2nd June ; but finishes at 1pm on Friday the 3rd of June.
No pre booking is possible, descents are in order of numbered tags issued on the day at Gaping Gill, please come early to avoid disappointment!
Advice for visitors.
Park in Clapham village and allow one and a half hours to walk to Gaping Gill via the Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail and Ingleborough Show Cave.
Please bring you own refreshments as none are provided at GG.
Limited refreshments can be obtained at Ingleborough Cave when it is open.
If the winch is not running due to bad weather, a notice will be posted at Ingleborough Show Cave.
We recommend you wear warm waterproof clothing and boots or strong shoes.
We provide helmets and some extra waterproofs are also available (no extra charge).
Bring gloves as your hands will get wet and cold.
Minimum age is 6 at the Leaders discretion. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Maximum weight on the winch is 20 Stone (125Kg).
Although the Main Chamber is floodlit, a torch will add to your fun, enabling you to explore nooks and crannies. Throughout the Main Chamber are strategically placed notice boards, which enable the visitor to explore the cavern without the need for a guide.
Photography is allowed down the hole so do bring a camera, but bear in mind it is very damp underground so care must be taken to avoid damage to electronic equipment .
Large parties are not a good idea at GG, they just cause long queues. Please keep party numbers to a max of 10.
Only members of the Bradford Pothole Club are permitted to camp at Gaping Gill.
Natural England and Ingleborough Estate do not permit wild camping on the fell.
A variety of events celebrating this unique landscape & all it has to offer, taking place over summer 2016. See the website for full details of specific events.
Programme here: http://www.ogug.co.uk/programme-download/
Things To Do In And Around Ingleton
There are many attractions to suit all ages, both in and around Ingleton. We have The WaterfallsTrail, Ingleton Pottery, White Scar Caves, and many more.
With activities to do both inside and out, it doesn’t matter what the weather is doing we have it all covered.
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