Greenclose House has been the headquarters of the Northern Pennine Club since the mid-fifties, and was purchased in 1967 (having previously been leased). It is a stone-built farmhouse just outside the Yorkshire Dales National Park. A large Common Room is adjacent to the recently refurbished kitchen. The rear extension houses the drying room (which actually dries !), showers and toilets. A smaller quiet room forms the library, with extensive collections of caving literature and surveys. Upstairs are four bedrooms with bunk bed accommodation, one room specifically designated for guests.
Free WiFi is available in most of the building.