We had a really lovely time in this hotel. The location was perfect for everything reaĺly central and easy access to all the amenities both daytime and evening. The staff were very friendly and Inormative and gave us great directions to save us time.
Our room was nice with a very pleasant view of the river . The only thing we didn't like was the very low bed and lack of hanging space for larger items and no refrigerator.
Hotel staff were superb and friendly. Nothing was too much trouble. Couldn't fault the place. Next door to Toby Carvery and also a 3 minute drive to Monks Cross Shopping Centre, which is excellent for the Park and Ride into York. Adults are charged £2.80 and kids go free (prices as of 30/10/15)
From the minute we walked through the doors, we were treated like royalty. Our baggage was tagged and stored until our rooms were ready and then placed in each room. The decor was elegant and the lounge area welcoming. The staff made the stay special and we enjoyed being so close to the Minster.
Traveller from virginia
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Really eye-opening example of how a hotel should cater for families. Reception and lounge area is spotless yet has games and consoles dotted around the place for kids and adults alike to enjoy. Kids stayed for free as well as free breakfast. Staff were superbly accomodating and extremely profressional.
Just 1 star off for the food. Not bad, far from it but top-tier pricing for average food just detracts from an otherwise great stay
Staff, rooms, bathrooms all v clean and modern, but don't eat in the restaurant. Meatballs? What is that all about? And not just meatballs but bad meatballs. My advice book up nearby restaurant well in advance because they are all really busy especially on Saturday.
Traveller from hexham
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This hotel is underrated. It is a good option for people looking for a budget hotel outside but close to city center. Sainsbury and few restaurants closeby. Stayed in family rooms which were decent size and clean.
We were so pleased to be able to walk right out the door and have the historic sights right there.
You don't expect that for the price we paid-- for our clean, comfortable room.
It was surprisingly quiet at night, but we were in a back room, off the road.
The food was excellent, both breakfast and dinner.
Once enclosed by ancient fortified walls, York offers a wealth of cultural and historical sites, including York Castle, the National Railway Museum, and York Minster, a Gothic cathedral in the city center. The Shambles is a pedestrian-friendly street dating back to mediaeval ages, where it housed butcher shops. Today the scene is less gruesome, with quaint boutiques and tea rooms lining the road.