How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews The Groves York
Travel Blogs from York
... have improved dramatically. Much of the way has been along paved paths, built we learnt with the flag stones from demolished cotton mills. Today's path was wide and sandy, joining the old dismantled Rosedale railway all the way to Blakey Ridge. There were loads of people on it. A community marathon had sweaty tattooed creatures passing us regularly, then there were the cyclists, other trekkers, weekend walkers and even a couple of trail bikes competing for the ...
... 2/3's along the stage we stopped at the busy Lord Stones Cafe and had cream teas. This place was a bit of a surprise in the middle of nowhere. It can be accessed from a narrow bitumen road so the tourist can get up there without burning a single kilojoule. Climbing up those hills afterwards with a belly full of scone and tea was hard work....it was!!!! The third and final climb took us through the Wain ...
York is a couple hours drive from Manchester, give or take a faulty GPS or two. Anyway, after some meandering about, we managed to locate the city and locate parking that wouldn't cost as much as the car. York is the lynchpin of central England, historically. Many an army of one origin or the other (Scottish, English, Roman, Viking) has traipsed through looking for a fight. As a result, there are significant remnants of these populations left ...
... of her safety gear on (even though it was a little big for her). She really is a great helper.
2. Our picnic lunch. George and Annette had prepared a feast – sandwiches, chips, cookies and cake. What more could a boy want????
3. My first ride in England on a double-decker bus. Whilst not a red London bus, I was still pretty excited. I was even more excited to get some time in the very front seat on the top ...
... ended and we headed out to explore the market and nearby shops, spending a leisurely afternoon stocking up on souvenirs, chatting with storekeepers and watching the locals purchase their fish and bread and veggies for that evening's dinner. The sun broke out, the streets became even more cluttered and we lost ourselves in the spirit of a summer's afternoon in York.
We crawled into Birmingham in heavy traffic, where our GPS led our poor ...