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I visited the hotel for business. The staff are lovely and very friendly but the hotel is in desperate need of a refurbishment the rooms and main areas are very dated, even the towels and bedding look as though they have seen better days. The...More
Im a great believer in you get what you pay for and we certainly got that. The best thing about the hotel though has to be the staff, every member of staff made the stay memorable. The room was nice and big and filled with...More
I have stayed at this slightly eccentric hotel 10’s of times over the last 20 years. Situated in the centre of the town. Parking can be a tad difficult but do not be put off. Dinner great quality and portions. Do not miss breakfast, it...More
Nothing much has changed in 3 years since our last stay here, the floors still creak 24/7 the rooms are of a good size as is the en suite bathroom and the beds were reasonably comfortable but everything is ill thought out and rather shabby....More
We stayed at the Bell this week whilst visiting family in Driffield. We were in the last available room which was a ground floor room which had disabled access which we did not need but loved. The room was large with twin beds and had...More