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All reviewsvillage centreon arrivalbrilliant breakfastbiscuitsfull english breakfastlocal knowledgeroom was cleanwarm welcometwo night stayfriendly place to stayvery pleasant staytwin roomnothing is too much troublelovely couplemini fridgelovely hostsstayed for one night
Just spent the weekend in Ingleton at this lovely guest house. We were allowed to bring our dog for the stay. Rooms were very clean and coffee with fresh milk and cookies were available. The owners Tim and Zena made us feel very welcome. Breakfast...More
Tim and Zena are such a lovely couple, so welcoming and made us totally feel at home. I was climbing the three peaks and they left breakfast out for me as I was getting up at 5.30am. The whole B&B was spotless. The room was...More
We had to cancel at the last minute but Tim was fabulous and so understanding. He was concerned that my daughter had got lost and messaged to see if she was OK and when I explained at 10.40 at night that we had made an...More
Thank Lizzie S
Response from ZenaAshberry, Owner at Inglenook Guest HouseResponded April 14, 2018
A beautiful Guest House with personal attention and a warm welcome. Felt more like an old friend rather than someone who was a complete stranger prior to ringing the door bell.
The bedroom was very comfortable and had one of the best beds I have...More
This is a lovely place to stay and Ingleton is a very peaceful village. The hosts were friendly and welcoming and gave my friend and I the newly refurbished twin room on the first floor. The room itself was very clean and new with tasteful...More
Response from ZenaAshberry | Property representative |
Hello! Yes that will be fine. When we've been asked before, we have provided bread, butter and jam etc for toast, all the normal cereals and a kettle for tea or coffee. We can also make you up a bacon, sausage or halumi... More
Hello! Yes that will be fine. When we've been asked before, we have provided bread, butter and jam etc for toast, all the normal cereals and a kettle for tea or coffee. We can also make you up a bacon, sausage or halumi butty to either eat or take with you for your walk. Look forward to hearing from you, Zena and Tim