Hotels in North Yorkshire in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... got over the shock that it is built in red brick! (Us Scots only use red brick for bus shelters and gasworks). The hotel is set in the middle of a rolling golf course, and there are very sweet flowerbeds everywhere, and a big gold f ountain outside. Very good first impression! The staff were friendly and helpful, checked us in no bother, and took our dinner reservation for that evening (felt strangely middle aged doing that, don't know why??). The room was up a v. impressive stairway, fresh lilies everywhere and of course the inevitable olde worlde pai... more
Customer Hotels in North Yorkshire in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/10/01, updated on 31/10/01 (Very useful, 169 readings)
Well, it's Autumn once again. Dark nights, lashing rain, Heartbeat on the telly and home made soup for tea. And... Autumn romantic breaks! Whoever invented the Autumn getaway deserves a medal - how else could us poor working peeps drag ourselves all the way from Summer to Christmas? I don't know about your local paper, but here in Scotland the Scotsman always does hotel promotions at this time of year - usually it's a 'two nights for the price of one' or similar. Last year we used this offer to spend two chilly but cheap nights up in Kingussie (not v. recommended I'm afraid) and this year we wanted a real change of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/01, updated on 29/10/01 (Somewhat useful, 253 readings)
This hotel in the lovely resort of selby maybe classified by the motoring organisations as a 3 star rating but I would give it five stars for service cleanliness and food,a wonderful place to stay for a short or long break with plenty todo in the area,a nice touch although I am smoker myself is that they ask very nicely for guests to refrain from smoking in the rooms and dining room. It maybe slightly more than a bog standard b and b but you get what you pay for I will be returning in the future. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/01, updated on 24/05/01 (Very useful, 78 readings)
The PostHouse hotel at Leeds/Selby is really easy to find, right on the A1/A63 fork. However, if you arrive at night, the dark, twisty unmade road down to the hotel is a little scary, but once you reach the car park it’s fine. Reception is huge and check in was swift and painless. This is a pretty good spot to stop off for a quick meeting. There are plenty of tables and it’s just a little more civilised to stop here and meet someone for coffee than it is to hook up at a service station. You can hire rooms by the hour, which made me a little nervous, but this only applies to meeting rooms at £10ph which are very reasonable for interviewing or ... Read the complete review
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