Marmadukes Townhouse Hotel and The Park Restaurant York – Review: February 2020
Looking for a chic, sophisticated and an elegant place to stay in York, the 4 start AA rated Marmadukes Townhouse Hotel is the perfect place to rest your head, enjoy a romantic break or time with family and friends
Situated within a central location minutes from York’s ancient Roman walls this Victorian hotel, that previously belonged to a Victorian gentleman, has all the charm and character one would expect.
The cosy countryside feel to the place provides a snug cosy hub and a hideaway to enjoy a peaceful and tranquil break away.
The breathtaking beautiful four poster room is rather regal, sophisticated and a perfect place to spend your time while in York.
The large room provides enough space to relax with writing/vanity desk and seating area with freestanding traditional full length mirror.
Merry New Year Celebrations at the Moxy Hotel York Review: February 2020
Think personality with a hint of pink, Moxy York located within the city centre is the perfect place for a stay in York any time of the year.
Also, with Valentines day just around the corner why not treat your loved one to a lovely Valentines break away at Moxy.
We stayed over New Years and the place felt festive and fabulous with the stunning Christmas tree and the super cool swinging chill chair, we were so glad to spend New Years Eve with such a fabulous and friendly bunch or guys and gals – amazing staff.
The Moxy Sleeper room was a cosy compact double room, offering a comfortable bed with a modern reading chair.
The walled wardrobe is decorated with a mural of all York’s key landmarks and if any of your clothes do get a bit creased there is always the option to iron out in the communal ironing room at the end of the corridor, but the chap will not be there to iron your clothes lol.
Christmas Celebrations at Novotel York Centre Review: February 2020
Novotel York Centre is the perfect place for family and friends to celebrate Christmas in style. Also, with Valentines Day fast approaching, Novotel York Centre would make a perfect Valentines retreat for yourself and a loved one.
Recently, the hotel has carried out extensive quality refurbishment to the property providing guests with an even more fabulous experience.
Their reception area even has super sweetie shop style displays which is a very cool addition.
The newly renovated Junior Suite really is something else, a spacious open plan contemporary family hub to kick back and relax in as you plan all your amazing York adventures.
With a queen bed, desk, tea tray, iron, minibar with complimentary bottled water, Nespresso coffee machine, safe and hairdryer, you really do have all the modern conveniences.
There are two huge flat-screen televisions for viewing both in the bedroom and lounge. Along with complimentary Wi-Fi access.
Guy Fawkes Inn York Review: January 2020
We all remember the 1605 attempt to blow up parliament and the ‘Remember, remember, the 5th of November, Gunpowder, Treason and Plot’.
Now it is your chance to relive history in the shoes of Guy Fawkes and enjoy a unique experience by staying in the alleged birthplace of the notorious Guido Fawkes conspiracy plotter aka Guy Fawkes.
Warmly welcomed and looked after throughout by the lovely team including Delightful Dan and super Stacey.
Our fabulous four poster room had bags of character including the most amazing four poster bed and 3 large windows with the most wonderful views of the majestic York Minster cathedral.
The Guy Fawkes medieval Inn is located within a prime spot adjacent to the York Mister Cathedral in York city centre and the views from our room – just breath-taking and the ideal photo opportunity.
Our room had all the modern conveniences including a flat screen television and tea tray with biscuits.
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.
Hotel Indigo York Review: October 2019
Located on one of the oldest streets in York, the Hotel Indigo York, in the Walmgate neighbourhood is a cosy, cute and quaint hub.
Décor takes inspiration from York’s historic rich chocolatey past and heritage. Leanne and the reception team warmly welcomed us and whisked us straight up to our room.
The most superior rooms are finished to a high specification with quality fixtures and fittings creating a lovely place to stay while you enjoy your York adventures.
Immediately to the right, a deep sunken standalone bath, situated in a clean and contemporary open plan living space with vanity area, complimentary toiletries and a wonderful walk in double person shower with side spray jets and rainfall showers.
Lamb & Lion Inn York Review: April 2019
The lovely Lamb & Lion Inn, located in York city centre, is an Historic homely hub providing a home away from home experience.
The four-star Inn, adjoining Bootham Bar at one of the four key Roman Gateways to York’s Walls is steeped in historic charm and character, ideal place to stay of you want to be in the heart of the historic action.
Warmly welcomed by chirpy and cheery Debbie, immediately we knew our stay would be fabulous.
Our rather regal and relaxed room elegantly presented in muted shades looked amazing and had a super cosy snug bed giving us a brilliant night’s sleep.
The Mount Royale Hotel & Spa York – Review:January 2019
The Mount Royale Hotel & Spa is located a short stroll from the beautiful historic city of York.
The Mount Royale Hotel & Spa is situated at the top of The Mount, hence the name. Founded by Richard and Christine Oxtoby in 1967, the hotel was formerly two private houses built during the reign of William IV (1830 – 1837).
The hotel has a country house feel, a home away from home vibe, which offers guests a relaxing place to kick back and chill. This is reflected also in the service, a friendly and professional approach all-round.
Novotel York Centre – Review: February 2019
Novotel York Centre, situated close to the historic city walls and overlooking the beautiful banks of the River Foss, is a fabulous four-star hotel.
Check in process was warm, welcoming and super friendly. The lovely lady adopted a relaxed informal approach providing all the relevant information in a polite and professional manner.
The immaculate Executive rooms are the ideal space to unwind and relax. Ideal for couples, families or business trips away. Fluffy robes and slippers are all provided for you to use throughout your stay.
The Grange Hotel York – Review: February 2019
The Grange Hotel York, a classic Regency townhouse, formally known as Bootham Grange was built and occupied by the wealthy Richardsons in 1829.
In 1989 Jeremy and Viven Caseel converted the building, into the luxury four-star hotel, opening to the public in 1990.
The opulent reception consists of a plush period sitting area along with a spiral style staircase and for our fabulous festive stay the lobby space boasted a beautiful Christmas tree with all the trimmings.