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Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
Reviewed April 20, 2016

Our son has bought this property and is turning it into a beautiful private residence. Hopefully this will help to make up for some of the awful reviews and who knows what may happen in the future. We wish him and Claire well

4Thank under2016
Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Reviewed January 2, 2015

What a truly awful establishment. I could forgive the screaming children running around, akin to a marauding army, if I didn't have to endure the smug face of the proprietor, as he lorded over his empire. Certainly enough to put a diner off of their supper ...if you're lucky enough to get what you order. Praise must be given though...

3Thank P H
Northallerton, United Kingdom
Reviewed February 23, 2013

You would struggle to find worse food anywhere in England! The "chef" obviously hasn't had any training at all and he really should have learnt how to cook before being let loose in a restaurant kitchen! A microwaveable ready meal from a supermarket would put this chef's food to shame. Please don't waste your hard-earned money on this slop.

3Thank Cinderella1301
Reviewed August 26, 2010

A one night stay recently found the following little gems: - Bedroom sink in one room hanging off the wall - Showers turning from hot to scalding and then nothing at all - No lampshade or soap in our bathroom - Dead moths falling out of the curtains - Biscuits in one room over 3 months out of date -...

Thank BT55
Chippenham, United Kingdom
Reviewed August 23, 2010

Where do I start? Room not clean, previous occupants rubbish still in bin, bed unmade. Bathroom stank. Window didn't open so very stuffy, TV didn't work. No fire escape plan!!! Shower head in need of serious attention. Long life milk provided for tea/coffee off Lovely setting but totally lacking in care - grass not cut, weeds in patio, hanging baskets...

1Thank brooker7
Reviewed June 13, 2010

Don't stay at this hotel. Poor hygiene standards - especially of toilets - very unsatisfactory. We had booked for two nights but left after one. Quality of food also poor.

Thank phoebeNorthumberland
Reviewed April 26, 2010

We booked this hotel for a 1 night stay for £65 for me and the wife. The price was very good but sadly the hotel wasn't the best. It just looks tired, with a little bit of effort this hotel could be very nice. The toilet seat was loose, all it needed was 1 screw tightened, the silicone round the...

Thank Bantambouncer
Reviewed March 1, 2010

My wife booked what was supposed to be a romantic stay on valentines night, as we got married at the Jacobean Lodge years ago, prior to the present owners taking over. Initially our booking was accepted and then we were told by the owners that our booking was now cancelled as they had double booked us and there were no...

Thank DanSanYork
North Yorkshire
Reviewed December 7, 2009

Stayed here for one night to be near the village of Haxby - all other hotels were full. Booked bed and breakfast. Got up in the morning to find all the communal passageways in total darkness - had to use my mobile phone light to find my way to the outside door - which was locked. When I finally managed...

Thank berridee
Reviewed November 8, 2009

Sunday lunch, we dined on a Minster Radio voucher offer. First visit and last. 2 of 6 starters were not available. All salad options were not available. Restaurant showed little customer focus. Of the 4 'Voucher' restaurants we have visited, this was the only one that did not include coffees and soft drinks within the voucher value (other restaurants included...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
A warm welcome awaits you at this beautiful country location. Originally a 17th century farmhouse which has been converted into an 8-bedroomed country inn, the Jacobean Lodge is situated near the historical city of York. The warmth and charm emits throughout the bedrooms bar and restaurant areas decorated in original Jacobean style. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Jacobean Lodge Hotel

Address: Plainville Lane, Wigginton, York YO32 2RG, England
Location: United Kingdom > England > Yorkshire > North Yorkshire > York > Wigginton
Price Range: $83 - $102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 8
Also Known As:
Jacobean Hotel Wigginton
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