Golden Fleece Hotel

Address: 42 Market Place, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, England, YO7 1LL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 42 Market Place, Thirsk, is near World of James Herriot.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Fleece Hotel Thirsk

    Reviewed by gbaker

    Wonderful Food and Service

    Reviewed Apr 5, 2013
    by (2 reviews) Kingston-upon-Hull , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    We came here for food after our long walk to the White Horse. It was such a perfect place to relax and recharge our batteries. The staff was very friendly and made us feel welcome. the standard of the food was very good. Well worth the price which at first I thought was a little expensive but for food that good, it was much more than just pub grub. Highly recommended.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Golden Fleece Hotel Thirsk

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Thirsk

    London - York

    A travel blog entry by densue on Jun 08, 2015

    8 photos

    Down the the M40 motorway, 6 lanes of traffic and our first stop is at Oxford for a coffee and stretch the legs. Guess what, no hassle at the checkout everyone speaks English.

    Continue on to Stratford upon Avon, Avon being a river where we have a group photo for the tour and a couples photo as well with Anne Hathaway's cottage in the background.
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    ....Made Glorious in this Town of York

    A travel blog entry by lscully on Jun 06, 2015

    17 photos

    ... off the following: - Walk along the top of the Roman Wall - St. Mary's Abbey ruins - gardens of the Lendal Tower - Kings Manor - Minster view - Robin Hood's tower at the 'corner' of the Roman Wall - the market - Barley Hall - the Shambles JR and I had a delicious meal at a place called Prezzo, complete with a prosecco for him and a Prezzo Royale (prosecco w Chambord) for me. Another early evening (we're old, honies) and tomorrow, we leave England for our last country: ...

    James Herriot Country

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on Jun 05, 2015

    ... with limited reception it was as good as useless. Although it did manage to take us a rather circuitous route when it was working and then effectively dumped us in the middle of nowhere. Lucky we had a trusty paper map, and we managed to navigate ourselves out of trouble. The Yorkshire Dales were beautiful, but unfortunately there is nowhere to stop to get photos, so our memories will have to do. Today I had my first turn at ...

    Dales to James Herriot's Thirsk

    A travel blog entry by jhdicicco on Sep 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... a peek in Ripon cathedral. We have a lot of cathedrals on the list to see... I'll have to decide if one is my favorite. Then it was west to Thirsk. Thirsk is the home town of the vet that wrote the James Herriot books, which Dad is a big fan of. We toured James Wights house/practice and even played some games there. Across the street is our b&b so we have a peaceful night before another big commuting day tomorrow when we'll drive to York and board the train to London ...

    Roaming (or Roman) York

    A travel blog entry by mccausland on May 09, 2013

    4 photos

    ... sprinkle, our feet were sore and our stomachs were growling, so lunch was in order. We stopped at a nice pub called Plonkers. I had a tasty bacon & brie sandwich & salad and Dave had a steak and ale pie. Of course, we also had Guinness. The waitresses were really sweet and helped us get online with their free WiFi. it was nice to check my email finally. The pub floods quite frequently and posted plaques to mark the water levels ...