Pennine Way Accommodation – Pennine View
Our Double Room, the Pennine View offers a fantastic stay, with a scenic view onto Alfred Wainwright’s iconic Pennine Way.
We’re located directly on the Pennine Way and offer a variety of accommodation options, why not stop over in the highest pub in Britain, enjoy a roaring fire and try our local ales in a 17th century historic remote location. Take a look at our rooms, bunk beds, try comfortable camping in our Hagglund or pitch up a tent – see our camping facilities.
Planning a Pennine Way Walk
The Pennine Way is a National Trail which is 267 miles (467 km) long, typically Walkers start in Edale, Derbyshire and finish in Kirk Yetholm which is in the Scottish Borders. We would recommend the best time to tackle this trek is between April to October, and would class the trail as hard.
While you are walking the Pennine Way why not stop with us for a totally amazing experience, one of the most remote pub’s in Britain dating back to the 17th Century – just ensure that you book way ahead in advance.
Leaving the Tan Hill Inn you will pass out of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and into the North Pennine’s, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Tan Hill Inn is located 4 miles from Keld, the Pennine Way will take you through Keld, where two of the most iconic Wainwright trails meet and you will briefly also be on the Coast to Coast.
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