St Denys Hotel (York) Reviews
Newest Review: ... were doubly lucky as not only did we arrive at 11am and have our luggage and car seen to, we were allowed to book in at the slightly earlier time of 2pm...bonus! First impressions of the hotel didn't leave me disappointed in any way shape or form. The hotel in it's heyday was once the St Deny's church rectory, the church still being there and providing a truly glorious view from your window in the morning, I have to say though, as the church is slapbang in the middle of a residential area, there were no peals of bells to be heard, though the bell tolls from The York Minster itself were much more regular! The hotel, from the outside, was b... more
Customer St Denys Hotel (York) Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/06/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
After an incredible weekend away with my darling husband to celebrate our 9th wedding anniversary, I have now decided to do my first and quite possibly my last hotel review! Our destination of choice for this excursion was to be a place new to us, so of course the hotel had to be in a prime location at a price we could afford...fortunately we seemed to fall on our feet so to speak on both of these points. Our destination, to be exact was York, and due to the sheer number of attractions available to us, we wanted a hotel reasonably central, or at least within walking distance of the few sights we wished to see. After some extensive ... Read the complete review
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