Some of Ingleton's charms such as the open air swimming pool are quite obvious. Some become clearer after a little more detective work - which is pretty appropriate given Ingleton's influence on creator of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
If you'd like to make sure you don't miss anything, download this simple treasure map.
Rather than tell you exactly what to find where, we've created a simple map highlighting the locations of some 'star sights'. You'll need to wander around to find out exactly what those star sights are but I can give you a few hints. They include:
- the Waterfalls trail
- Ingleton Pottery
- Ingleton Viaduct spanning the River Greta
- Open Air Swimming Pool
- Witches weathervane
- Sherlock Holmes connections with Ingleton
- Glass being made and sold along with other handmade items at Stonegate Glass
It includes some other nearby attractions too: White Scar Cave; and St. Oswald’s Church in Thornton in Lonsdale where Sir Arthur Conan Doyle married his wife Louise in 1885 and Masongill, where his mother Mary lived.
Don't miss some of the other new businesses that have recently opened in Ingleton. I won't tell you exactly which they are - up to you to discover them! Download the free Ingleton Treasure Map here.