Beck Hall - Review


We have just come back from a great midweek break at Beck Hall Hotel, Malham. 

We found out about Beck Hall through the Channel 4 series "Four in a bed" and were intrigued by how dog friendly it seemed to be.

It certainly is 5* when it comes to dog acceptance. If your furry friends are use to being treated as family, they will be right at home here. 

We stayed for two nights on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast tariff. 
Our room was called Upper Riverside and as the name suggests was on the first floor. The rooms are comfortable and we especially liked the hard floor as it meant we didn't stress about paw prints. The en-suite had a good shower and looked to have recently been refurbished.


Above our bedroom with its beautiful 4 poster, Below the view from our window and the en-suite.



Above the Bistro adjacent to the reception. Here we ate our evening meal and breakfast.
Below the snug, with its real fire and comfy seats, ideal to relax after a long walk. 
The snug also has an "Honesty bar"


Note that Jessie and Max were given their own mats to lie on,
 so they didn't have to lie on the stone floor!

While staying, there were several other dogs. A golden retriever, a couple of Cockapoos and various other sized dogs. There was no barking or trouble between the dogs. 
At one point during an evening meal there were 4 or five dogs quietly sat under their owners tables. This may be off putting for some but even though we are generally allergic to non cockapoos, we didn't have any problems.


If excellent accommodation is not enough to tempt you, the Yorkshire Dales are stunning 
and Beck Hall is a great location to walk the area.


 

 

We would not hesitate to recommend Beck Hall to anyone. 
When, not if we visit again, the only things I would change are:

I would pack the dogs things in a case not a storage box, you have to walk from the car park over a bridge to the hotel. 

We would possibly not book an evening meal, the food portions were generous and we felt obliged to eat all 3 courses !!! 
Probably put on more weight than we walked off !!

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Dogs Today

In our last blog post we were excited to share that our Facebook page now has over 1000 likes and since then it continues to grow. (1700+ now) We have also seen a picture of Max used in the National magazine Dogs Today..

Here are Jessie and Max checking out the February edition with Max in 
print at the top of the left page.



This is the picture they used, taken and submitted by our friends at Furrtography 

Dogs Today on Facebook are always good at sharing our content for us, Thanks guys !

As well as Max's magazine fame, both Jessie and Max have hit Facebook hard with several popular pictures, most recently this one has reached 60,000+ people and had over 5,000 likes. 


Our Facebook and blogs aim, is to brighten your day and make people smile. 


In other news Jessie and Max's 18 year old human brother has been a missionary in Greece for nearly 6 months now. He has learnt to read write and speak Greek. Not being around our dogs, he has come across and shared his lunch with several Greek Street hounds.

 

There are large packs of Street dogs in Athens and the missionaries are warned to stay away as they cant be sure how they may react to human attention or how healthy they are.
More of his adventures can be found on our other blog, click on his picture below to check it out.



Finally here is another stunning picture by Furtography, this time the subject is Jessie





Facebook Friends, One Thousand of you !



Wow !!! When we started our Blog and Facebook page, we had no idea how many people would follow our journey. We are now celebrating 1000 Page likes on Facebook !!!

Some of you like our captioned pictures, some just like to keep up to date with what Jessie and Max get up to each day. Over the last couple of years we have made lots of friends, we have even had messages to check we are OK when we don't post for a couple of days.

Our plan has always been two fold. Firstly to make you smile and secondly to share what we learn about our fuzzy Cockapoo's. We try to only share things like illness and injuries after they are resolved as we want you to be happy not sad. We have created a series of tabbed pages along the top of this blog to share our knowledge, from Food, to what to expect after spaying your dog.

Thank you to everyone for following our journey and making Jessie and Max "Just a little Famous" on the tinternet !!!!


  

  


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Our pictures with captions have proved quite popular on Social Media.
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