The Buck, Malham
The Buck Inn was built in 1874, an old coaching inn on the Pennine way. Walter Morrison, who inherited Malham tarn estate in 1857, built several new houses and rebuilt The Buck Inn with the help of an architect from London. They were all built to the same style with steep roofs and can be picked out as ‘Morrison’ houses.
One farmer mentioning to Morrison that he could not see out of the window in his new house when he was sitting down was told ‘a farmer should get up and go out, not sit and look out’. More recently, the pub has been featured on Julia Bradbury’s ’Walks with a view’ and Adrian Edmondson’s ‘The Dales’. We are within walking distance of Malham Cove, Janet’s Foss, Gordale Scar and, for the intrepid walker, Malham Tarn.
We have 11 en-suite bedrooms altogether. Each with tea and coffee making facilities, TV, hairdryer, fresh towels and free Wi-Fi.
We serve a varied breakfast menu, with cooked options such as; traditional Yorkshire breakfast, eggs Benedict, poached or scrambled eggs on toast and a vegetarian breakfast. As well as porridge, yogurts, cereal and fresh fruit.
Packed lunches are available to and include a sandwich, a packet of crisps and a bottle of water.
Dogs are welcome to stay in some of our rooms, please ask for availability.
Here at The Buck, we have two bars and serve food daily. Please check food service times at the bar.
In summer, we have a beer garden to the back and picnic tables to the front, where you can enjoy our summer specials and soak up the sun. In winter, we have a roaring log fire, where you can enjoy a delicious hot chocolate, beer, food and dry your boots!
The Buck is conveniently located in the centre of the village, and just a 30-minute drive from the A65. Guests looking to explore the local area are within an easy drive of historic market town of Skipton, known as the gateway to the dales and home to Skipton Castle, Bolton Abbey, Settle and Ingleton, there really is something for everyone at The Buck.
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This page was last updated: 04 February 2017