At the rear of the cottage, the cobbled street was once the main thoroughfare from Settle to Malham. You can see the old drainage channels on the far side of the road. The cottage opposite was once the stables for the inn on Kirkgate.
At the top of this cobbled street, there is access to Duke Street – which must be able to take a horse carriage through as stated on our neighbours deeds!
Whilst in the opposite direction, you will find Victoria Hall, the world’s oldest surviving music hall. Simply named Settle Music Hall until 1892, and designed by Edward Graham Paley, who also designed Lancaster Cathedral, it was the only music hall he designed.