Everything about my stay at La Rosa was perfect, I'd called up for a specific rate and was offered it without any problems (other hotels were insisting on 2 night stay min), I got the room I wanted (Stoker room, awesome), and when we arrived early, the reception staff made us drinks (free tea and coffee) while our room was being sorted out. Then gave us advice on where to head for food, views and drinks
The balcony in the room s awesome, though there's a lamppost in the way of a really good photo of the Abbey, that's more the Council's fault than the hotel's. Wifi - free, and was good. The views are ace, the Abbey is straight across, the marina just to the right, the sea on your left. A really good panoramic.
Parking is OK, there's a public pay and display car park 30 seconds away (Pavilion) and it's £6 for 24 hours
Breakfast - cute, little hamper arrived at a time of our choosing with scones (I hear they alternate between scones and croissants), cake, fruit, yoghurt, orange juice and fresh coffee
There's something about the hotel that you cant quite put into words, it's just cool, and not pretentious at all. It feeds in from the staff, the way things are laid out, the decor, the room themes, it's just not somewhere you'd find any nobs staying, and that made it really worthwhile.
Thanks La Rosa, we'd love to come back again soon
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- La Rosa Campsite is hidden in the picturesque Esk Valley situated in the North Yorkshire Moors National Parkland. The campsite offers 11 caravans, a gypsy caravan, barn and even a Witch's House all decorated splendiferously. Not quite glamping more like wild camping. There is no electricity in the caravans, leaving candle light and fires to light your way at night. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- La Rosa Hotel And Campsite