Blakeney House is located at 180 Stockton Ln, Heworth, York YO31 1ES, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Blakeney House and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Kathi Butler

5 Google Rating

This was my second stay & I hope it won't be my last. The accommodation was great - everything I ne

5/ 5

This was my second stay & I hope it won't be my last. The accommodation was great - everything I needed & very clean but that is to be expected...what made my stay stand out for me was the incredible hospitality! Nothing, absolutely nothing, seemed to be too much trouble. Thanks so much

Sue Oakes-Cheshire

5 Google Rating

I have stayed here about three times now, the couple that own Blakeney House go above and beyond to

5/ 5

I have stayed here about three times now, the couple that own Blakeney House go above and beyond to make sure that their guest's are well catered for. A lovely warm welcome, if you are going to York this is a lovely place to stay.

soyeon lee

5 Google Rating

I've stayed at this place very recently with my husband. It seemed it was a time when a fewer guests

5/ 5

I've stayed at this place very recently with my husband. It seemed it was a time when a fewer guests were staying at the place than usual. Every service given was superb, I would say. I really enjoyed staying at a place, a hotel with a traditional British house style.

Mark Rainford

5 Google Rating

Wonderful few days away. Beautiful room fantastic breakfast. The owners couldn't do enough to make o

5/ 5

Wonderful few days away. Beautiful room fantastic breakfast. The owners couldn't do enough to make our stay as memorable as it was. Wonderfully situated to access York and it's surrounding attractions.

Darren Morris

5 Google Rating

Loverly hotel, very comfortable beds, ideal walking distance to york center, staff were loverly and

5/ 5

Loverly hotel, very comfortable beds, ideal walking distance to york center, staff were loverly and the breakfast is great, we would definitely stay hear again

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