Yorkshire Dales 18th Century Bed & Breakfast in Malham just yards from the village centre with four poster double and family rooms. Pets welcome, large garden. Wi-Fi access
A stunning period bed & breakfast in Malham in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, Beck Hall Bed & Breakfast dates from 1710 and offers the ultimate romantic retreat just 100 yards from the village centre. We’re ideally close to the Yorkshire Tour De France 2014 route and offer the warmest of welcomes in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Fine village inns are just yards away across an old stone bridge and guests have access to their own cosy lounge with roaring fire.
Set within our beautiful large garden, the B&B has a selection of 18 simply stunning double, twin, romantic four poster double and spacious family rooms available. A variety of rooms styles from period to contemporary are offered with unique features including exposed beams and stone walls, wood panelling and exquisite four poster double beds. All rooms are non-smoking and include en-suite facilities with power showers, WiFi internet access, televisions with Sky TV and tea and coffee making facilities.
Large family rooms and pet friendly rooms situated near our outside door are both available – Beck Hall Malham is the ideal base for holidays with dogs (who love our adjacent stream!) and family activity breaks. A generous breakfast menu includes a choice of Full English, Vegetarian and breakfast buffet selection. Special diets including coeliac are catered for on request. We also offer optional packed lunches - ideal for days out cycling, walking and touring in the Yorkshire Dales.
Browse our reviews on TripAdvisor – we’re recommended! Please note we do not offer bed & breakfast accommodation over the Christmas & New Year period but please contact us if you are interested in booking a festive self catering break.
Please complete booking enquiry form to check availability. Visit our website for instant online secure booking. We usually ask for a 2 night minimum stay at weekends.
From Gargrave and the A65 take the Malham road. Once at the mini-roundabout by the two pubs head due North (straight on) for 100 yards and we are on the right with large signs and so forth. There are no streetlights in Malham so we suggest bringing a torch.