Hedley House Hotel is located at 3-6 Bootham Terrace, Clifton, York YO30 7DH, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Hedley House Hotel and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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James Hoggarth

5 Google Rating

Excellent service, staff were all nice and friendly and made us feel welcome. Good location, short w

5/ 5

Excellent service, staff were all nice and friendly and made us feel welcome. Good location, short walk into the city centre and reasonably priced. The bed was really comfy and the room was clean and tidy. Breakfast was really nice with lots of choice, will definitely stay here again when visiting York!

Heather Lightfoot

5 Google Rating

Excellent hotel and service, stayed for a visit to York for the Ice Trail with our granddaughter fo

5/ 5

Excellent hotel and service, stayed for a visit to York for the Ice Trail with our granddaughter for her Birthday treat. Will be back again next year. Hotel is situated close to the centre of York. The staff are helpful and friendly. Recommend the jacuzzi.

Linda Long

5 Google Rating

Lovely placed hotel. Clean rooms, comfy beds, good breakfast with lots of choice. Super friendly sta

5/ 5

Lovely placed hotel. Clean rooms, comfy beds, good breakfast with lots of choice. Super friendly staff & a hot tub/Jacuzzi to enjoy in an outdoor chalet.

Chris Houghton

5 Google Rating

I've visited this hotel for both business and pleasure and It is my go to place when staying in York

5/ 5

I've visited this hotel for both business and pleasure and It is my go to place when staying in York. Just a pleasant stroll away from all the action but it you went to stay in the food is superb and the staff are extremely friendly. Make sure to try out the jacuzzi and distress with a nice massage in gloots. Cannot wait to visit again

Christine Moynier

5 Google Rating

Fantastic experience. The hotel is at walking distance of York's main attractions. Copious breakfast

5/ 5

Fantastic experience. The hotel is at walking distance of York's main attractions. Copious breakfast, very kind and helpful staff.

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  • Tuesday07:30 - 22:00
  • Wednesday07:30 - 22:00
  • Thursday07:30 - 22:00
  • Friday07:30 - 22:00
  • Saturday07:30 - 22:00

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