The Craven Arms hotel and restaurant is located in Giggleswick near Settle, part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Giggleswick is a village and civil parish in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England. It is situated on the B6480 road, less than 1 mile (1.6 km) north-west from the town of Settle.
The village is served by Giggleswick railway station which provides services to Leeds in one direction and Lancaster and Morecambe in the other. Giggleswick is notable amongst rock climbers for a limestone crag, retro-bolted with many sports routes during 2005 & 2006. The crag is opposite Settle Golf Club on the B6480, North of Giggleswick.
As a hotel and bed and breakfast, The Craven Arms in Giggleswick near Settle, North Yorkshire is an excellent place to stay while touring the area or visiting Giggleswick School.
Debbie North from Access TOG Says …
“I always use the Craven Arms when ‘up North’ – fab place, ideal location for accommodation for Julia’s Pen-y-Ghent walk. Bar and restaurant fully wheelchair accessible. Ground floor bedrooms – not fully accessible but ideal for someone with limited mobility. Jonathan and Lynne have recently taken over the pub and are doing a fab job. Food is excellent. Re-furb is really good. They have spent a lot of brass on it.”
Debbie visits North Yorkshire and tells us about her stay in the Craven Arms, Giggleswick.