I was initially nervous about staying here, following earlier reviews. In the event the stay was fine but not outstanding. As we were a large party I was able to see several rooms and they were all tired and in need of a make over, especially the bathrooms, which were grotty. My bath was peeling enamel, the toilet was limescaled and a bit gross and the grouting was blackened. That being said, the prices charged seemed to reflect this and represented acceptable value for money. There was only one plug socket which was annoying. The windows were hard to open and close. Service was generally good and friendly but as it was just before Christmas it felt hard to be served at the bar at times. Breakfast was charged at £6 which was about right. Quite cheap quality bread used, coffee insipid. The public rooms and reception are nice and feel upmarket. A great location. I would stay here again as long as the prices do not go up.
- Also Known As:
- Beverley Arms Hotel Yorkshire
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This 18th-century coaching inn is close to the medieval town centre, is privately owned and undergoing constant upgrading and refurbishments. 800 metres from Beverley Rail Station and Beverley Minster. The Beverley Arms was built in 1794. It mixes original character and traditional furnishings with modern comforts. When it was a coaching house, the building had connections with the famous criminal, Dick Turpin. It still has original stone floors. It offers good transport links to York, Leeds Hull, Doncaster and Sheffield. Hotel Rooms: 56. ... more less
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