- Very Good
- 16 guest reviews
"Definitely stay here again....already recommended this establishment to work colleagues....."
"Easy to find and plenty of parking is always a good start. Warm welcome from host as soon as I stepped through the door. Shown to my room wi..."
"Good value for money accommodation at a friendly pub. Lovely breakfast cooked to your liking at a time to suit you. The owners are a really..."
"We stayed at this little bed and breakfast for a weekend. We found nothing to complain about. From the moment we entered the place we were g..."
"Lovely Inn. Very warm welcome. Big clean & comfortable rooms. Wonderful food. Special dietary requirements are accommodated. Really can't fa..."
About the hotel
The Ham and Cheese dates back to 1907 and before this time was one of the first farm shops in the country. Local farmers used to bring their produce to sell here and it is believed that the inn takes its unique name from this time. We are situated in the quiet village of Scagglethorpe, 2miles from the market town of Malton.
We are just off the A64, 18 miles either way to either York or Scarborough. The Inn is proud of its reputation for good quality home cooked food, real ales and log fire. Accommodation is above a quiet, traditional public house and restaurant offering superb bar meals, a la carte menu, real ales from the bar and a lovely log fire. The Ham & Cheese offers 4 ensuite rooms on a Bed & Breakfast basis and has rooms available for single, double, twin or family occupancy. The attractive market town of Malton has been the historic centre of Ryedale since Roman times. Situated on the river Derwent, it is an ideal location for discovering the beauty of the Yorkshire countryside. The city of York,the Coast, the Wolds and the North Yorkshire Moors, are all within easy reach of Malton. All the fun of the fair can be found at Flamingo Land theme park and zoo, with exciting rides to suit everyone, ranging from the 'Terroriser' and the 'Bullet' to the traditional Carousel. There are over one thousand animals to see in the zoo, a real family pleaser. The museum, located in the Old Town Hall contains an impressive display of Roman artefacts found in and around Malton's Derventio Fort. See displays showing how Roman centurions and civillians lived, or visit the actual site of Derventio in Orchard Fields. Malton has a selection of shops as well as a host of hotels, cafes, restaurants and pubs, all keen to extend the typical Yorkshire welcome. The spectacular Castle Howard, known world-wide as the location for the popular BBC television series, 'Brideshead Revisited', is very close
- Wedding Licence
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Up to 12 years old
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- Pets are not allowed
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94% would recommend it to a friend
Excellent accomadation.....Staff very welcoming and service was outstanding.
Definitely stay here again....already recommended this establishment to work colleagues..
A Warm Welcome & Restful Stay.
Easy to find and plenty of parking is always a good start.
Warm welcome from host as soon as I stepped through the door. Shown to my room with the offer of help with the bags. Room a good size and very clean with a really comfy bed. Service at dinner was attentive and quick. Food was good pub fare and value for money. Breakfast in the morning was really tasty - probably the finest bacon i've ever had anywhere. Free wifi was a bit intermittent in the room but worked fine in the bar area. All in all a pleasant stay at a well run establishment. Owners have invested heavily with plans to renovate adjacent barn and add another 4 rooms. Deserve to succeed in their business and i'd definitely try to book again if passing through.