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Beck Hall
Cove Road

North Yorkshire

BD23 4DJ | View map

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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 be family rooms, sleeping up to 4 people. 9 Double rooms, of which 6 can be configured to twin option, and 1 dedicated twin room.

We also have a spacious guest lounge where you can relax into the evening, plan the next days walks, or plot the 1 minute walk into Malham village to visit either of the fine pubs that will quench any thirst. On a colder winter night don't be surprised to be co-opted to maintain the log fire that occupies one end of the lounge. In the morning you will need an appetite for either the full English breakfast, vegetarian choice or a lighter continental selection. The choice is yours alone. We are located on the Pennine Way.

wi-fi internet access in all bedrooms and common area, Sky TV in most rooms, friendly welcome. Cycle storage.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Diamond
Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £32 - £40
Twin: £32 - £40
Single: £35 - £60
Four Poster: £36 - £44
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Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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Dogs/Pets Welcome

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