The Bloomsbury

127 Clifton, York, North Yorkshire, England, YO30 6BL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 127 Clifton, York, is near The Hospitium, York Central Library, St. Olave's Church, and Exhibition Square.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Bloomsbury York

    A brief visit

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    My partner and I had a brief stop over at this charming B&B and thought it wonderful. The hosts were very welcoming, the rooms had everything you needed and the English breakfast is to die for. We will be back for a longer stay in the warmer months.

    Very enjoyable stay.

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    Apologies for not sending this earlier as it was August when we visited York and ive had a mad summer.

    My girlfriend and i had York for a pre-school term break and found the whole experience delightful. The Bloomsbury was wonderful from arrival to departure, the rooms, the service and the food.

    York itself is so cultural and so chilling. We will be back sooner than later and will repeat our stay at this charming B&B.

    *****

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    I stayed here with my partner while the St Nicholas Fayre was on. Although it is a little far out of the city I couldnt fault the B&B. The rooms were beautifully decorated and clean, service second to none and the breakfast scrummy.

    I wouldnt hesitate to stay here again on our return to York.

    A little far out

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    We stayed here in October and although the hotel was lovely it is a 30 minute walk into the City, not ideal when youre this side of 50. You could drive in but the parking is so expensive 14 a day.

    We really enjoyed York and there is lots to do and see and some fantastic restaurants. Give The Olde Grey Mare a miss it is a little rough at night time.

    Excellent guest house

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    My partner and I enjoyed a 4 night midweek break at the Bloomsbury in September and we can't praise it enough.

    It is situated a good 15 minute walk from the Minster area of the City but you can catch a frequent park and ride bus from round the corner which is cheap and takes you right into the City centre.

    Our room was spotless with a lovely view of a church out of our window.

    Excellent service and we will visit again.

    City break in York

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    Immaculately clean and tastefully decorated rooms. Friendly and welcoming staff and a hearty breakfast.

    Very welcoming

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    We had a very enjoyable time in York, staying at the Bloomsbury. The owners were very helpful and our room was spacious and immaculately clean. We had a tasty full English breakfast with poached egg, served in the elegant large dining room. The whole experience was very pleasant and we will be returning.

    Most recommendable

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    comfortable and beautifully decorated room with its own character - warm welcome, friendly atmosphere - good breakfasts - easy-to-find convenient location. Very recommendable. I will return.

    Lovely

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    We stayed here two nights and found it to be quite pleasant. The rooms are charming, the owners helpful, and the breakfast good. There is a city bus stop just around the corner so the trip into town is easy and quite short. You could walk if you wanted to. I would definitely recommend.

    The Very Best

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    We could not have expected any more. The rooms are extremely comfortable, superbly clean and very tastefully decorated. Breakfast is delicious.Hosts are wonderful and very knowledgeable. A real home from home in a lovely location. We will be back again and again.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Bloomsbury York

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    Travel Blogs from York

    Are we there yet?

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 12, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... Perhaps it is because I seem to hang out with a lot of English senior citizens. For break, Paul got something called "dome coffee cake" and it turned out to be like a big Mallomar. Definitely not a salad.

    Jill and Gary came over to say their goodbyes before returning to Jersey tomorrow,. We continue to try to convince them to come visit us in Washington, Gary has been sick with some kind of flu/bug for 3 days, ...

    More pork pies,The Hermit and Tittiebottle Park

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 09, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... maker was born here in 1718, and there is a statue honoring him near Manor Sq. I walked over to get a photo and noticed that someone has knitted him a yellow hat. probably for the Tour de France.

    About the time Mrs. Chippendale was changing babyThomas's nappies, an inn opened at Burley Woodhead at the top of Ilkley Moor. It is called The Hermit and we had Barbara's birthday dinner there tonight. It was very cozy ...

    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 ...

    Travelling to York from Saltburn

    A travel blog entry by jenbowen on Jun 10, 2014

    As Gareth and Julie had to work for the next few days, Bruce and I took a 3 day break to York. We Started the day around 9.30 in Julie's car, a little red thing. The windscreen wipers and indicators are on the opposite side than us, so everytime Bruce needed to turn we had the windscreen wipers going, took half the morning to get use to it, and won in the end, but had many laughs along the ...