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Traditional country charm and dog walks, North Yorkshire

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A traditional Yorkshire village with many excellent dog walks, and an 18th century inn with dog-friendly rooms, terrific food and a warm welcome for walkers and families. We keep trying to find an excuse to stay here!


Public toilets and cafe with outside tables by the village car park.

Pub or Cafe Address

Old Road, Clapham, LA2 8HH


Open 7 days. Brunch 10am to 12 noon. Lunch 1200 to 1500. For seasonal opening hours and food service times please check their website

Menu Style

Seasonal local ingredients, and a professional team in the kitchen. For full menu information, allergens, specials, prices and reservations please check their website.

Dog Rules

Dogs on leads welcome

Disabled Access




Several really popular walks start from Clapham, and you'll spot helpful signposts to get you started from the village car park. In summer there are sometimes tourist leaflets to take from a box at the entrance to the car park. Be aware that this area has a lot of sheep on the hills.  Walk 1 2.5 miles and about an hour of walking, allow extra time for enjoying the views. From the village car park turn right onto Church Lane. Walk past a playground to the church. Turn right just before the church, past the clergy parking spaces and then walk behind the church and take the track. This is marked as the Pennine Bridleway/Pennine Journey and also Thwaite Lane rather randomly. Take the first turn on the left (Long Lane) and follow this track with the woodland on your left for just over half a mile. Then take the path on your left down to the river, or river bed in dry weather, and go up the slope to find the bridleway and turn left. Follow this path past the entrance to the Ingleborough Cave and back to Clapham. Be aware of sheep and put dogs on lead as necessary.   Walk 2  Again, turn right onto Church Lane, pass the playground and church and then turn right into the Ingleborough Estate where there are a number of trails and access to the famous Caves. This is a better option for a longer visit as there's an Entry fee to the estate. Approx £3.50 per person and £1 per child. Dogs need to be on leads.

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Edited: 27th March 2024. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate. If you know that any aspect of this listing is incorrect, please suggest an edit to let us know.