Horton Villa B&B

We are located in the heart of Horton in Ribblesdale, a stunning Yorkshire Dales village which is the start of the legendary Three Peaks walk.  The Three Peaks Challenge is a favourite for many Dales walkers.

Horton Villa dates from the early 1900's: the house was originally used for the adjacent farm, either as a barn or as accommodation.

Penny Hunt Artist

Penny Hunt is an artist living in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. She creates and sells prints, paintings and ceramics, and runs workshops from her studio in Horton.

The Golden Lion Hotel

The Golden Lion is located opposite the church and provides food, two bars and accommodation within the hotel and a bunkhouse to the rear.

Horton Women's Holiday Centre

The Women’s Holiday Centre (WHC) is based in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, and is the only collective, not for profit, co-operatively ran holiday centre for women and children in the UK.

The holiday centre was set up in 1980 as a charitable co-operative, by women involved in feminism and the women’s liberation movement. Since then, this volunteer-run women’s co-op has been making a difference to the lives of thousands of women and children from all over the country, by providing affordable holidays with a sliding scale for payments according to income.

Sew Hands On

Welcome to Sew Hands On. Set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales we bring you age old arts & crafts in a fun, interactive way.

Our beautifully situated studio lies at the foot of Pen-y-ghent in the picturesque village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale.  Throughout 2018 my husband, Steve and I completely refurbished our beautiful dales property providing a spacious, airy and light shop, studio and tea-room.

From this beautiful venue we sell a wide variety of unique, hand-crafted creations.  Tea, coffee and divine cakes complete my studio.

The Helwith Bridge Inn

The Helwith Bridge Inn is a real ale pub in Helwith Bridge two miles to the south of Horton-In-Ribblesdale, located on the banks of the river Ribble

Horton in Ribblesdale, Settle, North Yorkshire BD24 0EH 01729 860220

Pen y Ghent Cafe

Closed until further notice

The Pen-y-ghent Cafe has been the starting point of the the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Walk for many people over the years. The café operates a clock-in/out system to time, and aid the safety of walkers. A clock card machine records the start and end time of walkers.

Those completing within a 12 hour period are invited to join the Café's 'Three Peaks of Yorkshire Club'.


Pen-y-ghent Cafe Horton-in-ribblesdale BD24 0HE

Tel: +44 01729 860333

Email: mail@pen-y-ghentcafe.co.uk

The Crown Hotel

The Crown Hotel is situated in the beautiful Ribble Valley, right on the riverbank, at the foot of Pen-y-ghent and is one of few hotels in the Yorkshire Dales National Park which actually stand on The Pennine Way.

This website is owned and run by Horton in Ribblesdale Parish Council, it satisfies the requirement of the Transparency Code Legislation 2015 in respect to Local Authority documentation which must be available to the public. The Council information provided within the site include agenda, minutes, financial statements, policies, procedures, Councillor and contact details.

The website is also freely available to the community, enabling voluntary organisations and  local groups to advertise events to a wider community. Local businesses can also advertise their services on the website free of charge, this decision was resolved at the Parish Council meeting held on 10/06/2019. 


To advertise using the website the organiser of an event must in the first instance contact the Clerk to the Council using the contact details provided on the site. The organiser will provide the notice of the event, which will be examined for suitability purposes before being placed on the Council website. Local businesses must also follow this process to ensure appropriate advertising practices are maintained.

It is the responsibility of any organiser or business to notify Council of any changes to an advertisement by informing the Clerk as soon as possible.


Horton in Ribblesdale Parish Council allow local groups and businesses to use its website for advertising purposes and provide this service free of charge, enabling the promotion of our community and their services to a wider area.

The Parish Council abstains from recommending any of the advertised services, but will provide free advertising space as a platform for the community to promote their services.