York pub named Best Historic Hotel in Britain
They’re celebrating at a York pub after it was named the Best Historic Hotel in Britain. And to make it even better, two other city venues were named in the top ten.
The Rose And Crown on Lawrence Street was crowned best historic hotel in the Simply The Guest awards run by LateRooms.com.
These national hotel awards are based purely on guest reviews. And the glowing reviews for the Rose And Crown include these beauties:
– Irene R
– Jessica Humphrey
– K Long
Run by Geoff and Paula McGarry since 2013, the Rose And Crown is also known for its collection of more than 100 types of whisky.
They were thrilled to get the honour. They thanked everyone on the pub’s Facebook page:
In at number three in the best historic hotels is the Bay Horse Inn on Blossom Street.
The pub, which dates back to the 17th century, is very popular on LateRooms, with 96% of visitors saying they would recommend it to a friend.
– James L
At number 7 in the list is The Mount Royale Hotel, on The Mount. With a heated outdoor pool, spa and sauna it has the mod cons to match its historic charm.
– Leslie S
In other categories, the Parsonage Hotel in Escrick was number six in the top spa hotels, while No 21 on St Mary’s scored a double – fourth in the bed & breakfast hotels top ten, and sixth in customer service hotels.
Blossoms on Clifton was third in the most improved hotels category, and the Hampton by Hilton Hotel on Toft Green was number 10 in the best city centre hotels.
Best historic hotels The Bay Horse YEAH !
Its down to service and the place has had a change of landlord, James is no longer there and the place has no charm, friendlyness or humour and the beers terrible !