Helwith Bridge Inn
Helwith Bridge Inn, the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Carol, Paul and their staff welcome you to the Helwith Bridge Inn, a traditional, independently owned, free house, real ale pub. Set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, you can look out to Pen-Y-Ghent, the first ascent on the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge.
Backing on to the River Ribble and the Settle to Carlisle Steam Railwayline, the Helwith Bridge Inn is the perfect place to stop off or make as your base whilst you enjoy the many activities and scenery of Ribblesdale.
The pub is an haven for amongst others; walkers, cavers, climbers, cyclists and campers; as well as being a meeting place for the locals of Helwith Bridge and Horton in Ribblesdale. You will be assured of a warm and friendly welcome.
Just 5 miles from the bustling market town of Settle, 10 miles from Ingletonand only a couple of miles from both Stainforth and Austwick, theHelwith Bridge Inn is close to civilisation, yet is positioned in one of the most beautiful and scenic areas of the Yorkshire Dales and indeed the UK.