Try the pies, they say on the menu its 30 minutes to prepare but even if it were an hour, its worth the wait.
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The room was booked for a University of York open day visit. I paid £200 for one room, one night, which included breakfast for my wife and daughter. Arriving late at night my wife and daughter were allocated a smelly small room. The bar staff...More
The pub is very nice in itself. Historic and nicely decorated although if they are no longer using the gaslights, they should clean up the ceilings a bit. Shame they aren't using them anymore :/ We arrived on a Friday at 5pm. We were informed...More
We called in just before the kitchen closed one weekday evening in July and were lucky enough to find a very accommodating team both at the bar and in the kitchen. The meal was excellent (we both had the Veggie Wellington) and we can recommend...More
Unfortunately, we were seated in the bay window at the back of the restaurant which was very dark. We were told that for health and safety reasons they could not turn on the lights (presumably gas lighting?) so that was a definite negative point for...More
Obviously an extremely interesting place and a must see. The pub itself is nice, sitting outside Guy/Guido's house and drinking a pint of his beer is very bizarre. The woman (of foreign extraction) behind the bar was lovely and friendly.
It was raining and we needed somewhere to sit and have a drink and as we’d seen this on city sightseeing bus, we decided to drop in. Wished I’d realised there was a beer garden in the back, instead we got a table in the...More
Overnight stay on the way to Kynren, a great historical building that has plenty of character and history. The rooms are very clean and comfortable as well as being full of character. The staff are very friendly and in the often busy times still go...More
Worth your time to eat here! We enjoyed the delicious food, as well as the friendly and helpful staff. We will be back!