The Tan Hill Inn: The Highest Pub in the British Isles
At the top of the Yorkshire Dales, 1,732 feet above sea-level and 11 miles from the nearest town, this most isolated 17th Century pub is one of the few in the land that has seen business thrive of late. Observer photographer Gary Calton was dispatched along with reporter Tracy McVeigh, to find out why.
The Tan Hill Inn at the very top of the Yorkshire Dales.
Customers enjoy the cosy atmosphere of theTan Hill Inn.
Instructor Jonathan Rayner from ‘fly helicentre’ and helicopter owner Simon Dykes prepare to land at the Tan Hill Inn for a little visit.
Customers warm themselves by the fire in the Tan Hill Inn.
Instructor Jonathan Rayner from ‘fly helicentre’ and helicopter owner Simon Dykes prepare to land at the Tan Hill Inn for a visit .
Landlady Tracy Dale and partner Mike Peace of the Tan Hill Inn feed orphaned lamb Muldoon who lives by the fire.
The night sky over the Tan Hill Inn.
Denise O’Brien looks after baby Rowan Wilkinson inside the Tan Hill Inn.
A shepherd at work in Swaledale not far from the Tan Hill Inn.
A customer at theTan Hill Inn.
Landlady Tracy Dale and partner Mike Peace of the Tan Hill Inn.
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