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71% would recommend it to a friend
A quick stay over on business
A very nice layout.
T.V .A nice shower in the morning. This little block of rooms is nicely situated at the back of the main odd fellows pub.With plenty of parking space for guest I found. A nice little village with not far to go for the railway station.This guest house is in a nice spot. The staff are very helpful and pleasant.
Our overnight stay at Oddfellows
The pub is not very appealing from outside but is clean and tidy inside.
The rooms are around the back in upstairs/ downstairs apartments facing car park. Our double room had a window, comfortable bed and small but adequate bathroom with shower. The shower was clean/modern but very poor water pressure. Plenty of good quality towels, tea/coffee making stuff and flat screen TV. Ironing board & hair drier available from bar etc. BUT at about 6am the most awful noise from either a generator or AC spoiled our sleep!. Really bad and for that reason would not go back even if it is a cheap place to stay ie. £45 per night. We were not asked what we wanted for breakfast and gave up waiting after 20mins and left . The pub does do food but landlords wife was away at time. There are a few restaurants nearby either fish & chips or Indian plus a very expensive boutique place where you need a second mortgage to pay the bill. A few small supermarkets and a couple of other pubs but otherwise nothing to write home about. Might be handy for somebody looking for cheap B&B near York which is only half hr away.
great all round service
My husband and I stayed for 3 nights.
The accomodation was perfectly adequate for our purposes, not luxurious but it was clean and had an en suite shower room. We ate on the first night in the pub and the food was excellent and the service good. The meals are enormous. We had breakfast the next morning which was fine. They do not serve meals all the time so be sure to check on arrival. The village is small but has several shops for goodies. The indian next door is a byo on alchohol which we found out after sitting down to order - no signage in the window!. All in all, for the price we paid, we had no complaints.
Nice place, shame about the shower!
A nice little pub with a block of rooms in a separate building at the back.
The shower was worse than useless. There was virtually no pressure, to the point that when you finally got some soap on your body, there wasn't enough water flowing through to wash it off. Don't even attempt to wash your hair!!. This is the only reason I wouldn't recomment this place to a friend. Having said that the food in the pub was fantastic a small menu with only about 4 starters and 7-8 main dishses, but something for everyone and cooked to perfection. We stayed here before spending the following day in York and it was only 20 mins from the Park and Ride and easily accessible from the A1.
One night in Sheburn
The room was adequate, for the cost.
A couple of little bits knocked from a 6 down to a 5. A net curtain over the door window would have been nice, given tge lack of any other window.
I stayed one night as I was attending a weddding locally.
The welcome was very friendly and the staff upgraded me to a double room as they had one spare. It was clean, comfortable and I could let my self in and out as I pleased and there was parking just outside the building. The power of the shower was quite weak but no real problem (sorry - I forgot to mention this). I felt very safe on my own.
My cooked breakfast the next morning was one of the best I'd eaten in a long time and the friendly chat with the landlady was great too.
A bit disappointing
Value for money, cheap hotel
Value for money, cheap hotel.
No windows in the rooms just a small ventilator. This should be mentioned in description.
Could do better
This was the only room we could find during the Yorkshire Tour de France grand depart, with that in mind it served a purpose, being between Harrogate and York.
On arrival (Saturday evening) we were informed that no food was available, fortunately there was a good restaurant a short distance away on foot. The room was on the ground floor and accessed via a glazed door from the car park, there were no windows, this lead to two uncomfortable and stuffy nights due to no ventilation being possible. The room itself was a reasonable size, but the en-suite was a bit tired and what had previously been a towel rail or similar was just four screws sticking out of the wall.
We can't comment on breakfast, as it was an optional extra and we thought there would be better options elsewhere.