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Friendly reception staff. The room decor was classic. The lace curtaining could do with replacing as its a bit tatty llooking. I asked for a triple room for me my friend and my son, 3 single beds. The one was a bunk bed and my young son doesn't like heights so he couldn't sleep on The top bunk. Not ...
We were dismayed to find the hotel was on the A1 Services and extramely noisy. However the staff were most accommodating and gave us a quiet room. It was still very noisy thought. The Room itself was good, comfortable beds and nice and clean. Breakfast was a basic continental, which though fine for ...
Lovely hotel staff very friendly. Breakfast cooked really well and good choice. Dog friendly (even though we didn't have one) No suitable for anyone with a walking disability as many stairs to rooms. Will visit again
Paid for a standard twin room but was given an executive room with sea view on arrival so couldn't complain about that, especially as the bath had jacuzzi ☺️ The only thing was the food, we only had breakfast but didn't find it great quality! My son looks forward to his English breakfast when we ...
The only thing I noticed was black dust on the door handle in the bathroom and the light smell of paint. I believe that work had been done to the room just before my stay. In all, the room was very comfortable and the breakfast was good value for money. Depending on your phone network, reception ...
Short break with friends to see Harrogate. [The expedia review page is now saying I have to write more about what we did in Harrogate (which I thought would be up to me), as my review of it being a 'short break with friends' is not long enough]. So in terms of what I did in Harrogate ..... I saw ...
The largest county in England, North Yorkshire, is a diverse holiday destination which offers something for every type of visitor. Kids enjoy the ample amusement parks, couples love the spa retreats, and history buffs can't get enough of York's Roman walls. The county's biggest draw, though, is its wealth of undulating countryside. Nearly half of North Yorkshire is given to National Parks and the east of the county boasts some magnificent coastline. No matter which part of the county lures you in, you can rely on finding an excellent three-star hotel in North Yorkshire.
Outside of London, York is the most popular city to visit in England. This is due largely to the abundance of historical sites that are scattered throughout the city. The streets are lined with period buildings, but it's the castles and walls that attract most visitors. Left and right, the city is oozing with history and culture!
As such a popular holiday destination, it's no surprise that York is home to many of the best guesthouses and hotels in North Yorkshire. Hotel 53 is a modern hotel close to the city centre. It boasts all the amenities you could possible want, including meeting rooms, a dry cleaning service and extra-large family rooms. Those seeking a more traditional form of accommodation can check in to one of the city's inns.
York is a fascinating place, packed with fun attractions and excellent bars and restaurants, but it's not solely a place of leisure. The city is also a thriving centre for business and its hotels welcome plenty of professional guests, too.
There are tons of business hotels dotted around York, but few are quite so convenient as the Park Inn by Radisson. The three-star hotel sits in the heart of town, just across the River Ouse from the main shopping district. It's easily reached by public transport and features free WiFi and an express check out option.
York may offer the highest concentration of attractions in North Yorkshire, but it's only the tip of the proverbial iceberg. All the real magic and beauty of this north-eastern county lies in the countryside - specifically in the National Parks of the Moors and Dales.
The Best Western Burn Hall Hotel is set in a gorgeous rural location, just south-west of the North York Moors National Park. The hotel features its very own garden, which includes a miniature golf course. Thanks to the ample space and its willingness to accept pets, it's a particular hit with travelling families.
Three-Star hotels in North Yorkshire may come with a reasonable price tag, but that doesn't mean guests have to miss out on luxurious facilities. A number of the country's three-star hotels boast some great facilities. The Parsonage Hotel and Spa sets the standard high.
Guests at the Parsonage Hotel and Spa will be impressed by the pretty indoor swimming pool. There's also a full-service spa, a pair of restaurants and a fancy fitness suite.