On a lonely site high in the Yorkshire Dales stands a unique and historic place dating back to the 17th century. With its exposed beams, stone-flagged floor and welcoming fire, the Tan Hill Inn, Britain’s highest public house at 1,732 feet (528m) above sea level.
The Tan Hill Inn Situated on the Pennine Way
The Pennine Way runs 267 miles from Edale, in the northern Derbyshire Peak District, straight through us in the Yorkshire Dales, ending at Kirk Yetholm, just inside the Scottish border, this is where walkers brush shoulders with inquisitive tourists.
The Tan Hill Inn is a 17th Century Pub that is Full of History
The Tan Hill Inn is the highest inn in the British Isles at 1,732 feet (528 m) above sea level. The building dates to the 17th century and during the 18th century was used as a hostelry by workers digging coal pits.
Twin Room - Miners Rest
Triple Room - Wainwright
Wild & Windy Camping
Come & Stay in the Heart of the Yorkshire Dales
Dog friendly, 17th Century Pub, Stay in one of our comfortable beds.