Lister Arms, Malham

Gordale Scar Road
North Yorkshire
BD23 4DB
01729 830444

Picturesque Malham village and its nearby scenic wonders have been attracting visitors for over a hundred years. The Lister Arms was built in 1723 so predates the tourist boom, but even then was offering accommodation to travellers on the coaching route from Richmond to Bradford and Leeds. It sits on the village green just up from the fledgling River Aire and is a short walk from Malham Cove, Malham Tarn, Janet’s Foss waterfall and Goredale Scar.

The Lister is open from 8.00am for breakfast and meals are served all day. The pub is owned by Thwaites Brewery and serves three or more of their beers along with local guest ales. There’s also a good range of gins and malt whiskies, and if like me you’ve sampled a few too many of the latter, you’ll welcome the ensuite accommodation.

Photo 1 was taken on a spring morning from across the bridge and photo 2 highlights the autumn colours of the Boston Ivy on the pub walls.

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