This spectacular cliff was a backdrop for Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows.
Built in 1705 as a yeoman’s cottage, Beck Hall became a “wayfarers’ hostel” in the 1930s. Over the years, this quaint, riverside cottage has grown into a little hotel that is now being lovingly restored by new owners Andy and Louise Macbeth. Beck Hall isn’t posh or perfect, but it’s a special place where people have made happy memories over the years, with many more to make.
Farm-fresh local produce developed into simple but delicious dishes. Our deli and bistro menus are small but perfectly-formed and change with the seasons.
Enjoy a relaxed lunch by the stream with a scrumptious selection of farmhouse cheeses, cold cuts, chutneys, salads and delicious home-baked bread and cakes.
Open Wednesdays to Sundays. Think candlelit evenings by the babbling beck with a glass of bubbles, a local beer or your favourite tipple, good food, good company and great value.
We’re on the search for budding catering and hospitality stars to become part of the young and dynamic team behind Beck Hall’s new deli and bistro.
Yorkshire-lad Andy and Lancashire-lass Louise stumbled upon Beck Hall in spring 2014 and fell in love with it. Shortly after, they uprooted from their London home, leaving behind careers in IT and journalism, and set to work on creating their fairytale hotel.
Meet Charlotte, a real-life service superstar. Nothing’s out of place when our Briggsy (a self-confessed perfectionist) is around. Born and bred in Malham, she’s worked at Beck Hall for more than seven years so you know who to ask for insider travel tips.
Resident woof Wookie’s life took a turn for the better when – in the space of a year – he was rescued from Battersea Dogs’ Home, whisked off to a new pad in walkies heaven and landed his perfect job sampling Beck Hall’s bangers. Only the butcher’s best will do.