" Settle is a wonderful, bustling, historic Yorkshire Dales market town at the gateway to Upper Ribblesdale and in sight of the wild and lovely Forest of Bowland.
The town is full of quality independent shops, cafés, inns and restaurants and is home to the world famous Settle-Carlisle Railway.
The surrounding limestone landscape abounds with dry stone walls, meadows, scars, peaks (three of them!), field barns, waterfalls, becks, caves, potholes ..... and sheep!
Settle is the best place in the world (probably!) for the quality of the fell walking, cycling, mountain biking, sight-seeing and the friendly welcome of which you are assured.
We look forward to seeing you soon!"
Enjoy a day strolling through the streets of Settle and be amazed, amused, entertained and astonished at over 100 quirky Flowerpot Displays
The Festival is FREE but if you want to make sure you don't miss any of the displays then Flowerpot Trails are available for just £2.00 from Tourist Information Centre, The House that Jack Built, Lamberts News, Cottontail Crafts and The Folly Coffee House
(each Flowerpot Trail takes approx. 2 hours to complete)
for more pictures of our fantastic Flowerpot Displays
Made in Settle by Settle People
Guaranteed to make you smile!
We are so easy to get to - however you decide to travel!
LET THE TRAIN TAKE THE STRAIN
ARRIVING BY ROAD
LET THE BUS SAVE THE FUSS
There are regular train services to Settle on the Leeds - Settle - Carlisle Line and the Leeds - Giggleswick - Morecambe Line
Settle is situated just off the A65, midway between Leeds and Kendal and is readily accessible from A1, M1, M6 & M65
Bus Services connect Settle with Skipton, Leeds, Harrogate, Clitheroe, Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Malham, Clapham, Ingleton