Guy Fawkes Hotel (York) Reviews
Description:Guy Fawkes Hotel is without doubt in one of the finest positions in the whole of the Historic City of York. This ... more
Guy Fawkes Hotel (York) ... delightful non smoking Town House Hotel offers 12 very attractively furnished rooms, some with 4-Posters. Standing in the shade of York Minster, this 16th Century Town House has at the rear a Cottage, which is reputedly the birthplace of Guy Fawkes, one of York's famous sons. Just a minutes walk from the main attractions and shops, make this hotel an ideal destination for you to enjoy York.
Newest Review: ... nestled snugly in High Petergate, looking unassumingly like an office, and nothing like the aladdins cave it turned out to be. I only noticed it, when my attention was caught by the English Heritage Blue Plaque (oh yes...). This inn is the building where Guy Fawkes was born, and lived. It is directly across the street from St Michael Le Belfry Church, which, nestling in the shadow of the ... more
Customer Guy Fawkes Hotel (York) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/05/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Oh my goodness, I can't tell you how amazing this place is. I went to York for 4 days with my mum on monday, and we were very lucky to discover this little gem on our first day. We didn't stay there, I'm going to suggest our hotel to the catalogue because it was absolutely amazing. This dinky little Inn however,has 12 rooms, but you would have to check out the other review for details here, as I wish I had stayed there but sadly I didn't! Believe me, I will be staying here next time I stay in York. As we were walking into the centre from our base at Marygate, we very nearly missed it, nestled snugly in High Petergate, looking unassumingly like an ... Read the complete review
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