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The infamous highwayman was executed in 1739 on the racecourse in York. His exploits included butchering, poaching and burglary.
I can report he has now resurfaced and resides at the Best Western where we recently held a funeral reception for our father, Ernest.
My friend and i had a wonderful time Thank you at your Hotel.
On arrive we was met by Polly who very kindly showed us to our room which was lovely and was very helpful as i am a Powered wheelchair user and we found...More
This is a well-established hotel and not flash or modernistic: it is a place to sink into a comfortable bed, chair, bath or garden seat. Though the road in front is moderately busy, the double glazing in rooms in front takes care of that, though...More
If you are looking for sleek, modern and impersonal, this is not for you: but if you want a comfortable, quiet, spacious room with all essentials provided, then I don't think you could do better. Beware Trip Advisor's claim that it is within half a...More
Where to begin. Prior to making a reservation I contacted the reception and explained to the lady that I wanted to book a room that was accessible, but had a bath in it. She explained that they had one room that was accessible but it...More
Thank Tracy M
Response from Irene C, Owner at Best Western York Pavilion HotelResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your feedback.
I am genuinely disappointed to have read your review and feel very sad indeed to have not had the opportunity to speak to you directly, whilst you were a guest in our hotel. I have tried to contact...More