Welcoming Malham pub with rooms, providing quality accommodation close to some of the country's best walking trails. Excellent meals and drinks served. Parking on site.
Right in the heart of beautiful Malham, The Buck Inn is our homely and comfortable pub inn with rooms. We're proud to offer a welcoming atmosphere whenever you choose to visit, and we're sure you'll love our fantastic, elegant bedrooms, our food and our drink. The Buck Inn stands in a peaceful, rural location close to a stream and fields, an ideal base for walkers. It's home to the best pies in the region, and it features conference facilities for up to forty delegates, as well.
The Buck Inn has a selection of twelve bedrooms, all of which are en-suite. We have double rooms and family suites, and we provide hot beverage supplies and colour TVs in all of them. Whether you're staying the night or not, you're welcome to enjoy quality meals in our dining area, made from the best local produce including award-winning sausages, the Malham & Masham pie and perfectly succulent steaks. Each morning, we provide a tasty, hearty breakfast to give you the best start to your day. We serve a wide selection of drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, with an outdoor patio for the summer and a log fire for the winter. Darts and pool facilities are also available.
Parking facilities are available free of charge to guests here at The Buck Inn. We have a conference room for meetings and team-building events, and we're just one mile from Gordale Scar and three from the Malham Tarn offering beautiful walks or opportunities for photography.
The Buck Inn could be your perfect, comfortable base for a walking holiday or short break. We offer soft beds for a great night's sleep, and we've got some of the best tracks and trails on our doorstep. We have our own Hiker's Bar suitable for guests wanting food or drink in their muddy walking clothes, and we're right at the start and end point of the popular Malhamdale Meander Challenge. Why not book a stay with us to rest your legs after walking and climbing in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK?