The hotel is situated just inside Beverley Town's ancient gateway. The hotel is easily accessible from the M62, providing links with Kingston Upon Hull and the rest of the Humberside area.
The 55 rooms vary in size but are generally medium and are kept in good condition along with the bathrooms. Rooms are comfortably furnished in light colours. They are all en-suite with television, hairdryer, trouser press and tea/ coffee making facilities. The hotel also has 2 suites.
The restaurant offers traditional English cuisine complemented by fine wines. It is decorated in light pastel colours and fabrics. The hotel also has a choice of bars in which to enjoy a drink and the hotel lounge is comfortably decorated providing a relaxing atmosphere
This is a traditional hotel with a Georgian facade. The Hotel originally opened in 1794 as a Coaching Inn.
The lobby is relatively small and traditional in style.
This is a lovely little hotel ideally located in the mediaeval town centre of Beverley with the race course nearby and any number of stately homes and great gardens on your doorstep. Dick Turpin, the highwayman, stayed here and it is in an excellent location to explore the The hotel provides free car parking . The hotel has a choice of bars in which to enjoy a drink and the hotel lounge is comfortably decorated providing a relaxing atmosphere. (GW 05/2009)
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20 kms to the airport (humberside airport)
60 kms to the airport (leeds bradford international airport)