Reserving a stay couldn't be easier just go to our
'Rates & Dates' page to see if your prefered dates are
free and click on the 'reserve' button giving your name,
stating 'SMH' and the dates you are interested in.
We will then contact you with confirmation within 24 hours. Or if you prefer or have any questions please
do call us on 01768 800 208

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We look forward to hearing from you.
The Station Master's House at Ribblehead
The Settle & Carlisle Railway Trust has beautifully restored the Station Master's House at Ribblehead, and it is now ready to take holiday guests.

The house offers excellent accommodation for
those with an interest in the railway, the beauty
of the Yorkshire Dales and the three peaks country
of Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-Y-Ghent.
For details of the facilities at the house please click
on 'The House' button above.
Ingleborough another of the
'Three Peaks' which can be seen
and walked to, from the house.
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A view from the garden towards Whernside one of the famous
three peaks, (above) and the new sitting room, (right).
With 7 trains calling each way on weekdays and Saturdays itís well connected to all the
Settle - Carlisle Line Stations.
'We really enjoyed our visit. Everything was clean, comfortable and very well presented.
The central heating did it's job admirably and the water was lovely and hot for showers or baths.
We liked the kitchen - obviously very recently installed and well appointed.
The setting was also stunning, with uninterupted views to the Three Peaks, although the
house was only about 200m from the pub.'
The thoughts of one of the House's first guests.
The Station Master's House
The Settle and Carlisle Railway Trust has been handed a prestigious industry accolade at the 2014 National Railway Heritage Awards ceremony.

Our restoration of the Station Masterís House at Ribblehead was announced as the winner in the Railway Heritage Trust Conservation category, after being shortlisted from scores of entrants from
across the UK and Ireland.
The Station Masterís House has been restored from a derelict shell to a high quality holiday let.
The award was presented by the Commissioner for Transport in London, Sir Peter Hendy at a ceremony on Wednesday 3 December at the Merchant Taylorís Hall in Central London.
Jon Blythe - General Manager seen here with the award.
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Dogs are welcome at the Station Master's House please contact us for more details.