The Airton Meeting House near Malham is a wonderful oasis, historic and atmospheric. It's open to all, free of charge.
It's still in use as a Quaker meeting house but you don't have to be a Quaker to go there. It's a lovely welcoming space. There are even fleeces on the seats and blankets for a real sense of comfort! The outside bench has a reassuring message: "all will be well". You can enjoy a quiet moment in the former seventeenth century barn, or if you wish to you can stay longer in the adjoining simple accommodation.
Airton is in Malhamdale and on several well-known routes including the Way of the Roses cycling route and the Pennine Way.