Lady Anne Middleton's (York) Reviews
Description:Skeldergate, York. YO1 6DS. Telephone 01904 630456 / 611570 fax 01904 613043.
Newest Review: ... a difference – with a bit of history, I mean. It’s made up of 6 historic listed buildings, situated near Skeldergate in York, within the city walls. The oldest of these was built in 1659, due to an endowment from Dame Anne Middleton, the wife of the Sheriff of York at the time. Other buildings include a restored old sawmill and an organ factory. The bedrooms have plenty of ... more
Customer Lady Anne Middleton's (York) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/04/01, updated on 04/11/03 (Very useful, 257 readings)
**Updated November 2003** On another visit to York this weekend, we stayed again at this hotel. Sad to say, I've had to reduce the number of stars from 4 to 3. Main reasons: 1. reception staff not really as attentive as on our previous visit. Well, the evening staff seemed to be almost disinterested in newly arriving guests, to be frank. That said, the staff on in the morning were extremely helpful. 2. The rooms seem to be verging on the shabby. One of my pet hates - mouldy shower curtain - something that can so easily be changed, sums up the attidtude to general maintenance and refurbishment. Still, it only cost me £60.00 ... Read the complete review
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