18th century Yorkshire Dales bed and breakfast establishment 2 minutes from the centre of Malham
per room per night
Located in Malham in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Superb views over stunning countryside from most bedrooms
Self-catering for large groups two weeks per year
Superb long and short walks on the doorstep, including the Pennine Way
Off-road location by a beck (stream)
Building dates back to 1710 and with many original features including mullion windows and beams
2 fine dining pubs, serving excellent local ales within 120 yards
Within a 30-minute drive of waterfalls, market towns, mill shops, and steam railways
Double (some four-poster), and twin bedrooms
All rooms en suite
Central heating in all bedrooms
Heated towel rails in all bedrooms
Guest lounge with deep, comfy chairs
Families and young children welcome
Well-behaved dogs welcome in some rooms
Off-road parking with security lights
Vegetarian and special (eg coeliac) diets
Sky TV in all bedrooms
All rooms have tea/coffee facilities
Covered area for smokers outdoors
Evening meals available for groups and at weekends
13 double rooms with en suite
5 twin rooms with en suite
Beck Hall’s foundations go right back to 1710, and it’s been offering hotel and B&B accommodation since the 1930s. It’s got many positive aspects but the most important are its location in the pretty village of Malham in the beautiful setting of the Yorkshire Dales; the warm Yorkshire welcome that all guests receive when they arrive; the comfort of the bedrooms and guest rooms; and a flexible approach to ensure that guests can enjoy their stay whatever their requirements.
Beck Hall has 18 bedrooms and between them they can cater for almost any group up to 38 people - so it’s ideal for get-togethers for families or friends.
Children are welcome at Beck Hall: some rooms have a double bed plus sofa bed for up to two kids, and others are twin bedded. Well-behaved dogs are also welcome in some rooms.
As well as providing superb, characterful guest accommodation, Beck Hall also has its own Teashop (open Tuesday-Sunday 11.30-5.30, plus bank holiday Mondays), and evening meals are available to groups if booked in advance. Breakfast is served from 8 to 10 am every morning.
Malham is a beautiful village right in the heart of the Dales. There are two pubs in the village which serve fine ales and good food. And there are lots of shops stocking just about everything you might need for a walking or cycling holiday. Nearby lies Malham Tarn - the highest natural lake in England. Also nearby is Janet’s Foss - a very pretty waterfall. Even nearer is the beck that runs nearby.
Only a little further afield is the Malham Limestone Pavement - which was the setting for one of the scenes in the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1. The geography around Malham is what makes it so attractive to walkers, cyclists and horseriders - all of which are well-catered for with footpaths, bridleways and green lanes.
Also within easy driving distance are the market towns of Settle (8 miles), Skipton (12 miles) and Grassington (16 miles) all of which are interesting places to visit. And if you fancy a change from walking, cycling, riding or driving why not try a canal boat ride - the Leeds and Liverpool Canal is only a few miles from Beck Hall, and you can hire boats in Gargrave (7 miles) or Skipton. Gargrave is also where you can pick up a train for Settle and join the famous Settle-Carlisle route - for many people their favourite train journey in the UK. And if you fancy going underground rather than overground, there are caves and potholes aplenty nearby which are well worth a visit.
Over the Christmas and New Year period the House is available as a self-catering holiday home. Please contact us for further details.
Discounts available for children, 3-night stays and large groups
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