Tan Hill Inn
North Yorkshire, Swaledale
On a lonely hill high in the Yorkshire Dales, stands a unique and historic Inn dating back to the 17th century with its exposed beams, stone-flagged floor and welcoming fire. The World Famous Tan Hill Inn is Britain’s highest public house at 1,732 feet (528m) above sea level. Situated in Swaledale, just near Keld, the highest Inn in Great Brtain is a warm meeting place know Internationally, where Walkers & Cyclists brush shoulders with bohemian like-minded individuals. Your likely to converse with people from the Arts, Music Film & Theatre, and possibly a sprinkling of celbrity, as well as sports minded people who have made their way up to the “Top Pub ” All set against the back-drop of the most stunning scenery to be found in the UK. Your all very welcome at The World Famous Tan Hill Inn.
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ou can find the Tan Hill Inn approximately 45 minutes from Richmond (North Yorkshire), less than 30 minutes from Hawes in Wensleydale and only 30 minutes from the A66 between Cumbria & County Durham. Located on the famous Pennine Way Long Distance Footpath, Tan Hill is located at the meeting point of Swaledale, Arkengarthdale and Bowes Moor in the Northern Yorkshire Dales which is easily accessed from the M6 to the west, A1(M) to the east and A66 to the north. It may be very surprising to discover just how quick and pleasant a drive it is to reach us from the A66. YouХll find the Tan Hill Inn situated in the remote moors of the North Yorkshire Dales and can be regarded as being Фon top of the WorldХ. Most drives up to Tan Hill involve navigating a series of twisting single track undulating unclassified roads. Some could be seen as a challenge to some and as excitement to others. What we can guarantee is that you will experience some of the most stunning views in Great Britain. There are four main routes to Tan Hill (using a road) and, some less unconventional. Winter always comes with a heavy fall of snow and we recommend that you check with us before setting off as the weather in the valleys can be no indicator of what to expect at Tan Hill! Motorbikers please note: Hitting sheep, tractor or dry stone wall on your bike is not a good idea, you will lose every time. Bikers die in the Dales most years, so please donХt add to the statistics this year. This is the Dales, NOT Donnington!
- Barrow Walney Island Airport - 79 km
- Blackpool International Airport - 94 km
- Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport - 132 km
- Heysham - 67 km
- Newcastle - 75 km
- Liverpool - 127 km
Cards accepted at this property
Credit and debit cards are not accepted at this site.