Malham is a picture-postcard Dales village with ancient bridge and old stone cottages, with the added attractions of its famous Cove and Tarn, respectively a cliff 240 feet high and a lake covering 150 acres... Read More

Hotels in Malham - 4 places to stay

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River House

River House

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River house is a family run 4 star guest house with dinner and breakfast awards by the AA we are also members of Deliciously Yorkshire as we only use locally ... More

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Lister Arms

Lister Arms

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The Lister Arms is a quintessential English pub offering home cooked food and luxury accommodation in the village of Malham. Close to the popular market towns of Settle and Skipton. ... More

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Beck Hall (0.16 miles)

Beck Hall

Beck Hall was built in 1710 and has been providing accommodation since the 1930's. Changes over the years have seen it grow to 18 guest bedrooms. Comprising of 8 four poster rooms, of which 3 can ... More | visit website

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Newfield Hall (3.04 miles)

Newfield Hall

Newfield Hall, an imposing stone mansion built in 1856, stands proudly at the end of a tree-lined drive in two acres of mature grounds. Retaining its 19th Century ambience, it has a pillared entrance, baronial ... More | visit website

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Gamekeeper's Inn (4.98 miles)


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This friendly freehouse inn, formerly a gamekeeper’s cottage, is superbly located at Long Ashes Park in the heart of Wharfedale, perfect for exploring the ... More

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King William The Fourth Guest House (5.00 miles)

King William The Fourth Guest House

Set in the midst of Settle, King William The Fourth Guest House is ideally suited for those wanting to be centrally based and within walking distance of all the local facilities.Having been completely renovated and ... More | visit website

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Eldon Country Hotel (5.01 miles)

Eldon Country Hotel

In 1842 The Country House was built as one of the Grand Vicarages of the Craven Area.It now combines the elegance and charm of Victorian Country House with all the requirements of a modern hotel.Sauna ... More | visit website

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Boars Head (5.07 miles)

Boars Head
The Boars Head Hotel is a lovely old building, built in the 1700's, set in a picturesque little village in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. Set between Skipton (10 miles) and Settle (4 miles). ... More | visit website
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Maypole Inn (5.14 miles)

Maypole Inn

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The Maypole Inn is a lovely, 1600’s Dales Country Inn with cosy en-suite rooms, open log fires, and lots of character. It is located in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, only ... More

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Tennant Arms (5.17 miles)

Tennant Arms

Nestling under Kilnsey Crag in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales approximately 12 miles from Skipton The Tennant Arms was built in the 17th century as a coaching inn for travellers passing through Wharfedale.It is ... More | visit website

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Falcon Manor Hotel (5.25 miles)

Falcon Manor Hotel
Built in 1841, this Grade II listed building has retained many period features, with converted and tastefully furnished interiors creating the warm and friendly atmosphere of a country house hotel. Located on the fringe of the ... More | visit website
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Ling House Bed and Breakfast (5.48 miles)

Ling House Bed and Breakfast
Historical Ling House is nestled in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in the village of Threshfield. Just a 20 minute walk from the village of Grassington and close by to the Dales ... More | visit website

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