Heworth Court Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHeworth Court Hotel York
Great location for touring York! Literally take a left on Monkgate and walk 0.25 miles. Both evening and morning reception desk attendants were over-the-top kind. Took us on late reservation. Served us beer at 11p.m. with a smile and a nice talk about our trip and her sons. We were able to keep our luggage there, next day, while we toured York. Breakfast was phenomenal (even making veggie sausages and ensuring that we didn't get the fried eggs which were made in lard). Breakfast service was great.
Room faced alley and was very musty/damp. Windows had locks on them, presumably for security reasons, but we had to sleep with window open due to smell.
In essence, great staff, poor room upkeep - previous reviews address this as well.
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Woke up and ambled toward Monk Bar. Walked the City Walls, leaned against a Roman Column, and paid the entry fee to York Minster. Climbed the tower, toured the roof, and walked amongst the tombs of William Thomson and Walter de Gray. Shopped at the House of the Trembling Madness but had no time for a draught. Fought through the crowds flooding The …
We arrived in York before nightfall, loaded up our room for the night (which was one of only two disappointing rooms rented during the entire trip), and ventured into town for a bite to eat. We dined at Viceroy of India. Ventured through Monk Gate. Shared pints at both Royal Oak and Heworth Court.
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