Heworth Court Hotel

76 - 78 Heworth Green, York, North Yorkshire, England, YO31 7TQ, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 76 - 78 Heworth Green, York, is near Castle Howard, Merchant Taylors' Hall, and The Chapter House.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHeworth Court Hotel York

    Reviewed by philandalice

    Musty room

    Reviewed Aug 29, 2014
    by (3 reviews) San Diego , United States Flag of United States

    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.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Heworth Court Hotel York

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from York

    Arrival in York

    A travel blog entry by philandalice on Aug 28, 2014

    5 photos

    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.

    Are we there yet?

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 12, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... I spent some time thinking about salads. We stopped at one of the motorway service areas, thinking there was a full service restaurant there. The only place serving food was a McDonalds. Now, I'm not a food snob by any means, and i've eaten at McDonalds in many countries, in fact when Annette was little we used to make a point of trying McD's in every country we visited. But Barbara is not a McDonalds kind of gal. I told ...

    More pork pies,The Hermit and Tittiebottle Park

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 09, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... for the big Manor House which stands there. Once housing the Lord of the Manor who would have been a Sir or Earl or something and owned most of the land around here. Barbara's father was a chauffer employed at the Manor for years starting probably in the early 1900s. I am going to try to do some research to see who was in residence at that time and see if I can find a list of staff.


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    London Bound

    A travel blog entry by jhdicicco on Sep 09, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... how/when it was built. Joe and I even climbed all the twisty steps to the dome for a bird's eye view of the city. We've thus far been blessed with excellent weather - blue skies, sunny - some clouds and warm. After visiting St. Paul's and even staying for Evensong, we headed across the Millennium Bridge and walked the South Bank to the London Eye... Which only the guys were brave enough to ...

    Dales to James Herriot's Thirsk

    A travel blog entry by jhdicicco on Sep 08, 2014

    7 photos

    After an English Breakfast (pretty close to the Scottish one), we left our home on the farm and drove to Fountains Abbey. Founded in 1132, the abbey operated for over 400 years, until 1539, when Henry VIII ordered the Dissolution of the Monasteries. King Henry sacked the monks/churches wealth and demolished hundreds of abbeys. Fountains Abbey is the best preserved. Just seeing what's left gives you a hint of what it must have been like fully built. We stopped in Ripon for ...