Opened in 1876, the Settle to Carlisle railway was a feat of engineering that crossed some of the highest and remotest parts of the country to link England with Scotland - but less than a hundred years later it was threatened with closure.
Dent is England's highest mainline railway station. Situated on the legendary Carlisle to Settle railway line, this classic Victorian station building has been sympathetically restored and is available as luxury holiday accommodation. Sleeping six, it is especially suitable for families.
Situated on the legendary Settle to Carlisle railway line, Dent is England's highest mainline railway station, and following its sympathetic restoration, is now, for the first time in its 122 year history, available for holiday rental.