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George Hotel
Market Place, Easingwold, North Yorkshire YO61 3AD
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This family owned and managed 18th century coaching inn is set on the picturesque, cobbled market square of Easingwold. Relax and enjoy the real ales and fine food served in the hotelís restaurant and bar. The hotel provides an ideal base for exploring York, the Dales and Moors and many Yorkshire racecourses.

Tariff from £42 per room per night

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Lovely location of hotel with easy access. Old coaching inn with very uneven bedroom floor was disorientating. Staff not very professional in attitude. Restaurant meal expensive for quality of meal served.
We went to Beningborough Hall and Gardens on our way to The George at Easingwold. We were celebrating our 41st wedding anniversary, and our nephew and his wife came down from Thirsk to have a very enjoyable evening meal with us. On Tuesday morning after looking round Easingwold we went to Bridlington for the day before our journey back home to West Yorkshire.
My daughter, who was visiting me from New Zealand, travelled from the North of England to Easingwold visiting Ripon en route, stopped for coffee near the Cathedral. Ripon Cathedral is beautiful. with many interesting exhibits. We made our way to Easingwold via Thirsk and found our The George Hotel with no problems. The staff were very welcoming and we found our room very comfortable. After exploring Easingwold, a very pretty and interesting market town, we spent the rest of our stay in York and Knaresborough. Our advice to anyone visiting York do not take the bus, it cost us ?8.00 to park for 4 hours on Thursday evening when we met a relative for a meal.
We spent a couple of days at Easingwold with German friends, who were touring the UK. They found the old North Riding an especially beautiful area which, given that they are from the Rhineland, is great praise. They had been looking forward to seeing York Minster, and in their own words their anticipation was fulfilled. They were glad, also, to be shown Whitby, which the knew as the site of the Synod, the birthplace of Capt. Cook and the landing-place of Dracula. This is, evidently, a part of England hardly known to German visitors. Our friends departed with a regret that they had not had sufficient time there.
We visited York , not for sight seeing but to see our son recive his wings at RAF Linton-on-Ouse. We managed a very quick visit to York City Centre and definitely hope to visit York again in the not too distanct future


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