Tudor House Guest House / B&B
Tudor House guest house is the old railway station for the village of Malham on the world famous Skipton - Settle - Carlisle line. It offers a tranquil base for exploring the delights of the Yorkshire Dales. 5 letting rooms all have tea/coffee making facilities, TV and either en suite or private bath/shower/WC. Under new ownership it is quickly gaining a reputation for one of the warmest welcomes in Yorkshire.
The wildlife, walks, trekking, cycling and so many other attractions make Tudor House a real 'home away from home' and Bob & Sheila are determined that your next visit will not be your last.
Built by the North Western Railway Company in the mid 19th Century, Tudor House was closed as a station in 1959, despite valiant efforts by locals to keep it open, which included trying to Recruit Bette Davis as a supporter. She had allegedly fallen in love with the building whilst filming 'Another Man's Poison' in the area in the early 1950's. Converted to a guest house in the 1980's, it is now under the stewardship of Bob & Sheila, who if Trip Advisor is anything to go by, are rapidly achieving their goal of running the best B&B in Yorkshire.
They have taken on an extensive rejuvenation project and have already upgraded much of the infra structure of the building. The rooms are benefiting from a facelift too and by the Spring of 2010 guests should also be enjoying eggs laid 'on the premises' by Bob's new chickens.
So, whatever your reason for visiting the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, Tudor House is the place to base yourself. Come and see us soon!
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This page was last updated: 16 July 2013