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Visiting and Contacting Malham Smithy

Visiting the Malham Smithy during COVID-19 restrictions:

Lockdown: Workshop and gallery will be closed to visitors. Appointments will not be available.

First step: Workshop and gallery will be closed to visitors. Appointments will not be available.

Second step from 12th April 2021: Appointments only will be available for collection of commissions, but entry will not be permitted to the building. PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE SMITHY FOR ORDER COLLECTION WITHOUT PRIOR APPOINTMENT. Please ensure you wear a mask when looking and talking over the gallery stable door. 

Third step from 17th May 2021: Visitors will be able to view the Smithy gallery without appointment, but entry to the building may be restricted due to social distancing. One to one courses will resume.

Fourth step from 21st June 2021: Visitors welcome. Two person courses resume.

IN 'NORMAL' TIMES: 

Opening Times: There are no set opening times, Malham Smithy invites visitors by appointment, please email to plan your visit.

Alternatively, if the doors are open and the Blacksmith is working on the forge, visitors are welcome to watch from the gallery area without prior appointment, subject to Covid restrictions re masks, social distancing etc..

Malham Smithy
Malham
Skipton
North Yorkshire
BD23 4DA

Email: annabelle@malhamsmithyonline.co.uk

Please note: The Malham Smithy is not a faceless corporation, it is one person. One person that acts as the blacksmith, the designer, the estimator, the sales person, the purchaser, the accountant, the website updater, the enquiry taker, the covid keeping-safer, the maintenance person and the tidy upper. Whilst that one person will endeavour to respond to enquiries, it may take a while!

How to find us
Malham is signposted from the A65 at Gargrave.
Follow the road through Kirkby Malham and as you enter the
village of Malham, the Smithy is the first building on the right.

Website links

Looking for things to do in the Malham area? As well as having a blacksmithing experience day, you could add a bit of relaxation therapy with treatments at the Craven Clinic in Skipton, Gateway to the Dales.
Get Well, Stay Well at the Craven Clinic, Alternative and Holistic therapy Clinic, established in 1992, nestles in a quiet courtyard at the top of Skipton's High Street on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales.
 
Specialising in hand crafted canvas tents, marquees, yurts and tipis - using only the best quality canvas and materials, which make our tents the best quality tents you will find.
 
http://www.malhamdale.com/ Guide to Malhamdale, Malham, Yorkshire Dales guide. Accommodation, food and drink, places to visit, attractions in the Malham area.
 
Looking to stay in Malham whilst on a course? There are lots of different options to choose for accommodation in the village:

Two pubs with rooms:

The Lister Arms
https://www.thwaites.co.uk/hotels-and-inns/inns/lister-arms-malham/ Featuring a hand forged open fire grate, made in the Malham Smithy

The Buck Inn
www.buckinnmalham.co.uk The Buck Inn, as featured on ITV1's 'The Dales' displaying three chandeliers hand forged in the Malham Smithy by Annabelle Bradley. Set in the centre of the village, opposite the Malham Smithy, the perfect place to start and end your walks.

Bed and Breakfast:

River House
www.riverhousehotel.co.uk A Victorian Country house hotel, originally built in 1664, offering superb breakfasts and evening meals. Centrally located in the village of Malham, directly opposite the Malham Smithy.

Beck Hall
http://www.beckhallmalham.com/ A dog friendly Yorkshire Dales hotel and restaurant

Ghyllstones
http://www.malhambedandbreakfast.co.uk/malham/index.php A Yorkshire Dales working farm in the heart of Malham

Group Accommodation / Self Catering:

Hill Top Farm
http://hilltopmalham.co.uk/ Traditional hill farm in Malham with accommodation in either a beautiful Grade II listed holiday cottage, sleeping 5, or a converted Dales bunkbarn, sleeping 32

YHA Malham
https://www.yha.org.uk/hostel/yha-malham With both hostel beds and camping pods to choose from right in the heart of the village.

Rose Cottage
http://www.malhamdale.com/rosecottagemalham.htm Rose Cottage is a charming Grade II listed cottage dating back to the 17th Century. Ideally situated in the centre of the village.

The Old Barn Flat
http://www.oldbarnmalham.co.uk/index.html is situated in the heart of the village of Malham, above the Old Barn Café. It offers self-catering accommodation for four people.

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