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 owners Andy and Louise Macbeth. Beck Hall isn’t posh or perfect, but its charming history, fairy-tale location and devoted staff make it a truly unique and friendly little hotel.
Dine in our newly extended restaurant featuring a fresh new menu showcasing the best of local produce combined with worldwide inspiration. Drink at the central bar serving local draught beers, our signature cocktails and an extensive wine list.
For more information or booking enquiries, email [email protected] or call 01729 830729
After much deliberation, we’ve taken the decision to close Beck Hall from 11am on Sunday 22nd March.
We still have a surprising demand for hotel rooms, but we feel that the most socially responsible thing we can do in the battle against Coronavirus is to close our doors.
Whilst we’ve taken every precaution to minimise risk, the only way to eliminate risk, ensure social distancing and to keep you and our employees safe is to close.
We’ll be taking bookings from Friday 24 April, but will keep you updated should this change.
If you have a booking between now and then, this will automatically be cancelled. Should you prefer to move your booking to a future date, please contact us.
Deposits taken for group bookings between now and then will be credited to your guest account for a future stay. Should you prefer these to be returned, please get in touch.
Any gift vouchers will be credited to your guest account.
We’re very sorry to do this, thank you for your overwhelming support and we wish you all the very best during this difficult time.
We hope to welcome you again in the future.
In the meantime, please stay home and stay safe.
All the team at Beck Hall x