The Bentley Guest House

Address: 25 Grosvenor Terrace, York, North Yorkshire, England, SW7 4JX, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on 25 Grosvenor Terrace, York, is near Tourist Information Centre, Haunted Walk of York, Bootham Bar, and St. Olave's Church.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Bentley Guest House York

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Travel Blogs from York

Making the most of the sunshine

A travel blog entry by thegrundyreids on Apr 08, 2015

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... Justice in Nottingham they use actors to help bring the history alive as well as taking you on an amazing journey (done like a ghost ride but without the ghosts) through a mock street to illustrate just how the Vikings lived. It was excellent.

After that we wandered through many of York's ancient streets - including the famous "Shambles" - and took in the awe-inspiring Minster. It's a great many years since I last went to York and it is just as beautiful ...

Cruise, Cake, Cells and Comedy

A travel blog entry by lynnyslonglaugh on Aug 23, 2014

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... downsides of being a female solo traveler is where to go at night (only so many nights you can sit in the pub on your own). A comedy club is a great antidote to that, you can sit and be entertained but still meet new people in the breaks.

I got chatting to 3 lovely couples who were all keen like me to be not quite at the front when it comes to comedy shows, so we all got there ealry to get safe but prime positions. ...

Castle Howard

A travel blog entry by ehattabaugh on Jun 08, 2014

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Today we headed out to Castle Howard. It was a magnificent castle that still houses the owners. The gardens were amazing. It was interesting to learn how the castle and it's inhabitants were used over time whether it be as a school or housing injured soldiers, or the many counts and countesses. We had Sunday lunch on the garden lawn at the castle. We headed home and had ...

Yorkshire Dales

A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on Apr 28, 2014

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... off with sandwiches Katy had kindly packed for our journey. We were very spoilt during our two nights with Katy and her family. Our fellow dinner guests last night were very helpful in suggesting some places to visit between here and Liverpool, so following John's advice, first stop this morning was Durham Cathedral. And indeed it was spectacular. It contains the shrine for St Cuthbert the monk who founded Lindisfarne and the current Cathedral was built in 1093. ...

Ye Old Times in York

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Aug 29, 2013

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Jet lag is a total killer. We woke up around 5am and then caught the 10.20am bus into York. The first thing I saw upon entering the city was the 'Rose and Crown' pub (so bloody English!) After sorting a sim card (Claire always has to be connected...), we picked up a milkshake where they can make any sweet or chocolate bar into a milkshake. I had after dinner mint and Claire ...