George & Dragon Hotel

Address: Market Place, Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire, England, YO62 6AA, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Market Place, Kirkbymoorside, is near Crypt of Lastingham Church.
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      Travel Blogs from Kirkbymoorside

      108. Hardmoors 30

      A travel blog entry by sarahbooth on Jan 01, 2015

      16 photos

      ... and the fireworks. Bed just after midnight. Up at 6.15 and on the road by 6.45. The 2 hours drive was just 1.45, the wind that had howled during the night had blown away the clouds giving a great drive until the Hole of Horcum where there were low clouds and I wondered if that's what the day would be like. The course was changed this year as the village hall in Ravenscar was being out grown by the popularity of the race so we headed to Fylingdales Village Hall in ...

      The adventure begins!

      A travel blog entry by flipflopstop on Dec 28, 2014

      After not sleeping at all last time and my stomach doing backflips... I am finally on my way! Getting up at 6:00am to have a nice hot shower to help calm the nerves (I'm not sure if that's due to the long ass flight or the fact that I'm going to the other side of the world!) and taking my time to get sorted has paid off a little as I ...

      Would you like fries with that?

      A travel blog entry by garyorme on Nov 22, 2014

      6 photos

      ... sure that Ivan is the bloke responsible for the current parking fees. Somewhere along the line someone else decided that York was much better name and so it stands today. The next thousand years saw many battles and general mayhem take place in York, fortunately for the tourist trade all this carry on has left a plethora of fantastic historical buildings and no I don't know why it was necessary to use the word plethora either !We spent many a happy hour walking around ...

      Day 12

      A travel blog entry by 192miles on Jun 07, 2013

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... walls throughout the lower level. We started the day at 8:15 and ended at 5, much sooner than we expected!! And we would have made it sooner except for two short navigating delays!! Walking through the 'heathered' moors made us both think about Wuthering Heights and we commiserated with Jane Eyre getting disoriented and losing her wits in the moors. This is not a place you would want to be alone in, especially then. Every step looks the same and there are no ...

      York

      A travel blog entry by gtlr on Jun 04, 2013

      ... great to listen to the history of the place. There were only a few people there and it had a eiry quiet to it. Again I'm amazed at how they managed to build these places and I'm also beginning to sense that King Henry vIII was really quite a greedy nasty man. I had always known that I guess but to see so many places that he ruined because he wanted their money you get a sense that there can't of been much good to the man, not to mention he seemed to ...