I was booked in to No 71 for a business trip. I arrived in the evening from a long train trip. I was made to feel very welcome by the owners. The B&B is a Victorian building which still has some lovely details, like the fireplace- love these touches.
Angie made me a pot of tea which was so welcome after the long trip. The room was so cosy I didn't want to venture out; and didn't! The room was en-suite and supplied with tea and coffee making facilities. The room was spotlessly clean.
I had a very comfortable night and was sorry I had to leave the next day! I had the cooked breakfast which was freshly cooked and piping hot. Great to see granary toast too, small things make a difference.
I would definitely stay here again, if I returned to York. The great hospitality from the owners and the cosy rooms are a must visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The rooms are singles, triples and doubles; four poster room, all en-suite. ... more less