Beck Hall, Malham

About Beck Hall

A Brief Description of our Home

A hundred yards from the centre of the village of Malham, approached over an ancient stone footbridge across Malham Beck, you will find Beck Hall.

It is set in a large garden, bounded on the south by Malham Beck, which is the primary upstream source for the River Aire. The garden is surrounded by trees and shrubs and so forms a place of seclusion and tranquility with the relaxing sounds of the Beck.

The original house was built in 1710. It started life as a typical yeoman's cottage The cottage was extended in a charmingly rambling manner over the years with the latest addition being just a few years ago. We now have 18 bedrooms to suit differing tastes

The older parts of Beck Hall, with its bedrooms, guest lounge and dining room, are full of antique charm with wood panelling and antique furnishings.

In Malham

Malham is a small village of 150 residents but is one of the most visited villages in the Dales and is best known for its proximity to the amazing features of Malham Cove, Malham Tarn, Gordale Scar and Janet's Foss. More on these can be found on the Tourist Information page. The area is certainly popular with casual walkers, serious hikers and cyclists.