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Introducing Settle

The largish town of Settle is far too bustling to be really homely and quaint, but it retains enough of its traditional character to make it a worthwhile stop. Narrow cobbled streets lined with shops and decent pubs lead out from the central market square, which still sees stalls and traders every Tuesday. Access from the main A65 to the east is easy, and there are plenty of accommodation options.

The tourist office (825192; settle@ytbtic.co.uk; Town Hall; 9.30am-5pm) has maps and guidebooks, and an excellent range of local walks leaflets (free).