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A winter break to the North York moors in winter - luckily not in bad weather. I know some roads in Wales can be narrow but be prepared. The inn itself mid week is 'unmanned' and you have to make appointments for arrival. Room very...More
The room had stunning view of the Abbey which is illuminated at night. The staff are very, very helpful and the breakfast was superb. The flapjack served in the cafe is so so delicious. Highly recommend this property
I was visiting the abbey , and went in to get some food . The place is lovely , the enterance across from the abbey is very deceiving . I ordered soup , it was homemade tomatoes, it was fantastic.The staff are very pleasent and...More
The ‘but’is a warning about the Kilburn double room if you are a light sleeper. There is an annoying machine noise from the kitchen downstairs all night. In all other respects this is a lovely place, comfortable room and bathroom and great breakfast.
A short break of three days in a lovely secluded spot. The Inn which is an English heritage B & B and tea room is directly opposite the ruins of Byland Abbey. The ' Inn' has three lovely rooms, some with views of the Abbey....More