The Judge’s Lodging Inn York #Review

The Judge’s Lodging Inn York Review: February 2020

Think relaxed luxury, charm and elegance, the Judge’s Lodging located in an enviable postcode in the centre of York, in north-east England, perfectly situated in the main hub for easy access to all the city’s main attractions.

A gorgeous Grade I listed building, a Georgian townhouse steeped in charm and history, whereby the building’s origins date back to 1710 when it was built as a private residence.

Eventually, after the passing of the owner, the building became the residence of judges attending the Assize court sessions and remained so until around 1976.

The Judges adorn the walls and at Christmas things are rather grand with the addition of a gorgeously decorated Christmas tree.

This stunning residence has a restaurant, two bars, along with some quirky fixtures and fittings providing some super special character rooms.

Feature rooms at the Judge’s Lodging always have that extra character and detail.

The Clifton

The Clifton was a super sensational cosy classy room rich in detail and historic charm.  Décor a mix of subtle neutral shades, quality furnishings and fine fabrics.

Immediately, walking into a lovely lounge, well appointed, with some super scrummy shortbread, water, tea, coffee and also fresh milk.

The beautiful bedroom, the perfect place to rest your head after a busy day and evening in York city.

With a writing desk, wardrobe, standalone full-length mirror and a super sung bed with a touch of chic added with the fab vintage telephone.

The bathroom a superb space including stand up shower until, whirlpool bath, light up vanity mirror and a range of plush complimentary toiletries for you to pamper and beautify.

When it comes to food & drinks at the Judge’s, you are spoilt for choice, with two onsite bars and their AA Rosette award winning food, that will satisfy any palette.

The Doctors Office 

Make your way up the original spiral staircase, to the delightful Doctors office feature room.

The Judge's Lodging Review 9aThe Doctors Office is a stunning room with four poster bed and charming chandler feature.

The Judge's Lodging Review 9bThe room has stunning views overlooking the beating heart of York; York Minister.

The Judge's Lodging Review 9cThe room provides ample tea and coffee facilities along with a Judge themed cosy on the teapot.  The television unit, desk area with vanity mirror and standalone full length traditional mirror make your stay smooth.

The Judge's Lodging Review 9dThe Bathroom has all the modern conveniences including a Jacuzzi bath, complimentary toiletries, separate shower, light up vanity mirror and views overlooking the Minster.

The Judge's Lodging Review 9eThe onsite restaurant has decor in-keeping with the historic and characterful nature of the building.

The Judge's Lodging Review 10aThe restaurant is ideal for a cosy couple’s dinner, a night with friends, family or work colleagues.

Food offerings include starters such as salad and king prawns along with mains such as seafood and steak with all the trimmings.

The Judge's Lodging Review 10bDesserts such as yuzu ice cream, chocolate with gold leaf washed down with a fabulous virgin mojito.

Breakfast is served in their rather regal and grand breakfast room, but without the pomp, providing a relaxed comfortable setting.

Breakfast includes a range of fresh continental offerings such as cereals, fresh fruit, pastries, porridge and juices.

For those requiring something more ample guests can go for the beautiful Yorkshire breakfast offerings complete with a slice of fabulous fried bread.

Judge for yourself, book a stay away and enjoy York accommodations at their very best!

Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx



102 thoughts on “The Judge’s Lodging Inn York #Review

  1. Look at that precious rotary phone lol Haven’t seen one in a long while. I love the jets in the bath and the large, modern shower plus that four-poster bed. Very unique and historic hotel interior.

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