- Very Good
- 46 guest reviews
"2nd visit to Buck Inn and again did not disappoint, room was excellent, jacuzzi bath, bed a little soft for me though, room number 5, Food..."
"Great location and value for money, food might seem expensive at first glance, but is of excellent quality and quantity. Very friendly staff..."
"The food here is really good and portions are large. The room was comfortable but perhaps a little old fashioned but we didn't feel this rea..."
"The location is excellent right in The centre of the village this being a place for walking there are some of the best views here the only..."
"The staff are very pleasant and welcoming. First impression was great, newly decorated and new bathroom but the loo seat and cystern lid was..."
About the hotel
Built in 1874 on the site of an old coaching inn. The Buck Inn is set in the centre of the picturesque village of Malham. The landscape is breathtakingly beautiful and quiet, offering you a break from the noisy cosmopolitan life of the big cities.
Yet its only a short drive from both Yorkshire and greater Manchester. You are assured of a very warm welcome. Built in 1874 on the site of an old coaching inn. The Buck Inn is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Sue and John pride themselves on the quality and choice of their cask beers and also on the food menu including the famous Malham and Masham Pie. Set in the centre of the village, we are the perfect place to start and end your walks. Parking to the side and front of the building on the opposite side of the road Our country inn provides twelve bedrooms which are all en-suite with tea and coffee facilities. All room rates include a full English Breakfast. Check in 2pm. Check out 10am. Sorry, we do not allow dogs or pets in the bedrooms. We pride oursleves on locally sourced home cooked food including Drake & Macefield award winning sausages, Malham & Masham Pie and our superb 21 day hung steaks. Set in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere to help you unwind after a days walking in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. Parking to the side and front of the building for residents. Here at the Buck, we have a Hikers bar where dogs, families, muddy boots are always welcome. Eat, drink, play pool or darts or simply relax. We also have a heated patio area for those summer days and nights and in the winter, you can snuggle upto the log fire which is located in the Lounge Bar. The Lounge bar is next door to the Hikers bar and in both bars are six cask beers including Timothy Taylor's Landlord and Theakston's Old Peculiar.
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89% would recommend it to a friend
2nd visit to Buck Inn and again did not disappoint, room was excellent, jacuzzi bath, bed a little soft for me though, room number 5, Food was excellent, but a little pricey, but plenty.
We stayed b&b and breakfast was excellent
Staff was really friendly and polite
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The room was very dated and dark and the bed was quite hard.
In the bathroom the towel rail was cold and the shower was not very powerful. The food and drinks in the bar were over priced . In the entrance hall there was a display case which was full of dead insects which was very off putting as you had to go past it to access the stairs. On the plus side the breakfast selection was good, and the young lady who served breakfast was really nice and worked really hard, the problem was as there was only her some people were having to wait quite a while. It is a pity management could not try harder to make the most of the fabulous building and location they are in, but as the other Inn in Malham is always full I suppose they don't need to bother.