The Cross Keys Temperance Inn, Cautley
This house, on the upper reaches of the River Rawthey after it comes down from Baugh Fell, was owned by Gervase Benson. It was then known as Upper Haygarth. His wife Dorothy was buried in the garden. The current owners say that she is now under their dining-room floor, as the two bays on the left were later built over the garden. A popular refreshment place for walkers and climbers, under the impressive waterfall of Cautley Spout. In Fox's day the road, an old Roman road serving the mines, lay further up the facing hillside along Bluecaster. This road was turnpiked in the 18th century.