But they were bitten by the Ingleton bug and decided to move earlier than planned. Rachel didn't enjoy her job and commute and their daughter's school wasn't particularly good so it made sense to move.
We asked Rachel how she's enjoying living in Ingleton.
I have a wonderful family, 2 gorgeous children and 2 dogs. This is the perfect place for us all to live even though it isn't always easy! Making the leap is tough but this is forever and will be so worth it. My husband works near Basingstoke and will do so for the foreseeable future. I don't currently work as finding childcare would be difficult and I feel I need to be around for my children as their daddy isn't here as much as we would like. It does mean that it's harder for me to socialise in the evenings".
Does Rachel have any top tips for anyone thinking of moving here?
"Research what you want from a hamlet/ village/ town/ city. We wanted rural but not remote. It was extremely important to us to be able to walk to primary school, a shop and some local playgroups and activities. Research what activities are available - things like swimming and sports activities may not be on your doorstep like you have been used to."