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Stayed 1 night in room 7 which was a feature room - massive room with 4 poster bed and huge separate bathroom. All staff were lovely and clearly enjoyed their jobs. We ate our evening meal in the restaurant and the food was great.
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I’m working in Malton and found this hotel and believe me it’s better than what you see.
On arrival I was amazed by the size of it parking is plentiful the grounds is well maintained.
Reception is small and quaint but...More
Went for family Sunday dinner. Been before really nice staff always helpful. Food is great. Bit Pricey but don’t mind paying that extra if food is good.
Fire always lit heating on. Wot more could u want when weather been this cold.
Will b back...More
Firstly, we stayed in The Old Lodgings 'annex' type building which were a five minute walk from the hotel grounds because they were a. cheaper, and b. the rooms looked (and they were) bigger.
Notes to self: They had a kettle, with a good range...More
I had telephoned and confirmed that they do not serve food after 1.45 till 6 so arrived in time to get some food. Around me were others who were chatting happily and enjoying their food and saying how good it was.
We were in the...More
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We currently have Black Sheep and Penine Brewery Amber Neckar. We also have Guinness, John Smith's and a good selection of lagers, both bottled and draft. We tend to keep the Black Sheep as it's a top seller, but we might... More
We currently have Black Sheep and Penine Brewery Amber Neckar. We also have Guinness, John Smith's and a good selection of lagers, both bottled and draft. We tend to keep the Black Sheep as it's a top seller, but we might change the Amber at some point.