Yorkshire Dales, United Kingdom

The Malabar

Rates from (ex tax)$180.15

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (GBP160.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Millmount

  • 2adults
This south-facing room on the top floor has oak beams, a French-style mahogany double bed and blue, red and burgundy furnishings. The bathroom mirrors these hues with dark oak flooring, light porcelain tiles and a bath tub licked with dark-blue paint. The room has a TV, Roberts radio and free WiFi; Millmount’s name honours the farm in Ireland where owner Fiona’s father spent his childhood, dreaming of becoming a farmer.

Kundaly

  • 2adults
Kundaly is positioned at the far end of the top floor, surveying Winder Fell. It’s named after a tea-planters’ club in the emerald hills of Munnar in Kerala, where owner Graham grew up. The room is decorated in soft greens, pale gold and muted reds, with a double-upholstered Corbeille bed and an antique chaise longue plucked from a Mumbai market. Spy on the night sky from the bath tub, or watch the sun rise over the hills in the bedroom. Kundaly has a TV, Roberts radio and free WiFi.

Camellia

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
The B&B’s largest double room has lashings of light and a door that opens onto a covered porch, where guests can sit and enjoy the garden. In honour of its southerly aspect, the room is decorated with splashes of sky-blue, sunshine-yellow and gold. The bedroom has a super-king Hypnos bed with an Orthos cashmere mattress that regulates your temperature while you sleep (it won’t make you tea in the morning, mind, but the owners will). The bathroom has a bath tub and a shower for your ablutions. This room takes its name from Camellia sinensis, an evergreen shrub whose leaves and leaf buds are used to produce tea.

Tregenna

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
This south-facing junior suite is positioned on the ground floor, decorated with gold and red furnishings and elegant William Morris prints. The star of the bathroom is the deep burgundy bath tub; the floor is pale oak and there’s also a blue shower. Treganna is named after the castle in Cornwall, where owner Fiona’s father worked as general manager in the 1970s. This room also has a TV, Roberts radio and free WiFi. On request, an extra bed can be added to this room for £15 a child (3-18) a night or £20 a night for over 18s.

Earlston

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
This light, spacious junior suite is tucked away at the far end of the top floor, with sweeping views down to the River Lune in the west. The room is styled with grace: pops of pink, pale blue and orange add warmth to stone walls and oak beams. A large Excelsior bath beckons under the eaves of the roof in the bathroom. Earlston is named after the tea-estate bungalow in Kerala where owner Graham grew up. An extra bed can be added to this suite for £15 a child (3-18) a night or £20 a night for over 18s.

Ladbroke

  • 2adults
  • 2extra beds - $22.52 for adults - $16.89 for ages 3 to 18
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
This junior suite occupies what was once the farm’s dairy, with views of the old farmyard. It has a private entrance on the ground floor and two living areas, each with a sitting area and TV. Furniture from Rajasthan and China decorates Ladbroke; the red, white and stone bathroom boasts an original slate boskin and a bath tub licked with Farrow & Ball Radicchio paint. The suite also has a Roberts radio and free WiFi.

Exclusive Use

  • 12adults
All six of the hotel’s rooms can be booked for exclusive use, sleeping up to 12 adults and six children. The group will get full use of the hotel, including the cosy lounge complete with a woodburner, the dining room with oak tables, and the honesty bar, stocked with wine, local ales and a variety of spirits. The hotel staff can organise a wide range of activities like walking with a local shepherdess, visits to nearby market towns, massages or even a private house party dinner. There are three double rooms: Kundaly, which has an upholstered Corbeille bed and an antique chaise longue plucked from a market in Mumbai; Millmount, with oak beams and a French mahogany bed; and the large double, Camellia, which has a superking-size bed and a private porch. The three suites are Earlston, a spacious top-floor suite with a freestanding Excelsior bath tub; Tregenna, a ground floor room with bold William Morris prints and chaise longue; and Ladbroke, which has a private entrance, two living areas and furniture from India and China. All six rooms have an ensuite bathroom with a bath tub and walk-in shower, a TV, Roberts radio and Bath House bath products. Each suite has a large sofa bed, and Earlston and Tregenna can accommodate an extra bed each.