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Reviewed December 31, 2011

Spent 2 nights at the hotel, read the previous reports so weren't expecting too much. We had paid a little bit more for an upgraded room, so were allocated a room upstairs at the back of the courtyard. We were pleasantly surprised by the room, nice and large, it had a super kingsize bed with beams overhead. Bathroom had a large shower cubicle and bath and toilet. There was a bit of a smell of the drains(?) but we kept the door shut. Very comfy bed, nice and quiet and had 2 good nights sleep. Got a bit of a fright first night as someone tried the bedroom door. Didn't eat here but at the Bay Horse which was very good. Had a drink the White Bear pub which was quite expensive, £4.15 for a pint of theakstons ale which is made around the corner!!

  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Pinchy
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Reviewed December 17, 2011

Have already wrote a comprehensive review on laptop about the food. Can't comment on rooms.

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1  Thank sid c
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Reviewed December 12, 2011

I did'nt expect too much from our stay at the Masham. We needed accommodation and the Kings Head was the only place with two rooms. On first looks it seemed the rooms were comfortable but in both rooms the showers leaked and in our friends bathroom so much so the constant dripping kept them awake. Breakfast was a mediocre experience part self serve with shortages of bowls, hot water and butter, and the served part which resulted in burnt toast and cooked breakfasts served on cold plates. We won't be back.

  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Walton2
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Reviewed December 6, 2011

The Kings Head is still an imposing building on the market place in Masham but it has lost its old charm and quirkyness, probably due to the "corporate image" it is following as a Good Night Inn. The beer is also very expensive - £3.40 for a pint of Old Peculier!!. The hotel is now just a bland copy of nmany others which is a shame.

Room Tip: The outside rooms allow pets, and the main hotel rooms have more character.
  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled with friends
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1  Thank PLEASANTCRESCENT
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Reviewed November 27, 2011

Went with friends for a celebration and was really excited to take them there as I had been a couple of times before.
I was so disappointed! We stayed in what was meant to be a luxury room which turned out to be very expensive and not worth the money.
It had a mezzanine bedroom which proved very difficult as our clothes were all downstairs, bathroom downstairs and a bed upstairs. Very confusing to stay in!! Not comfortable or cosy. There were no cosmetics which I expected due to the costs we paid but had a squeezy bottle of 'one squeeze to wash all body, hair and face. Also very difficult to use if you decided to have a bath or wash in the sink. Breakfast was a bit of a shambles as no one seemed to have a specific job and we were asked the same question several times about tea, toast, breakfast - could do with some organisation. We did ask the staff if the place had been taken over as it no longer seemed to be the lovely village inn that we had previously experienced. They said they had not been taken over but were part of branding by sleep inns. Well I for one wont be returning there to stay!!

Room Tip: dont expect luxury in the luxury rooms be better to stick with the cheaper ones in the hotel
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Ola03
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