Holiday Inn York located at Tadcaster Road, York YO24 1QF, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0871 942 9085

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Lee Webster

5 Google Rating

Loved it there. Staff a great...any needs you may have they will help no matter what time of day or

5/ 5

Loved it there. Staff a great...any needs you may have they will help no matter what time of day or night. Highly recommend

Callum Green

5 Google Rating

Good price, staff were bend over backwards helpful and kind. Breakfast quality was excellent althoug

5/ 5

Good price, staff were bend over backwards helpful and kind. Breakfast quality was excellent although variety was limited. Had a good night's sleep and overall a great stay.

Diane Boyle

5 Google Rating

Lovely place to stay near York. Huge car park. Helpful staff at the reception. Handy to get a bus i

5/ 5

Lovely place to stay near York. Huge car park. Helpful staff at the reception. Handy to get a bus into the centre of York

Emma Taylor

4 Google Rating

We got this hotel cheap on a last minute booking! We loved the fact it was dog friendly and we could

4/ 5

We got this hotel cheap on a last minute booking! We loved the fact it was dog friendly and we could enjoy a night in York with the puppy! The room was massive with a sofa and TV which meant we could retire there with a few drinks after a long day around York. The room could have been a bit cleaner, but you cant expect too much from a dog friendly hotel. It is a bit far out of the centre but the taxis are cheap and dog friendly if you dont want to walk back after a few drinks!

Kevin Mill

5 Google Rating

Excellent stay.room clean and comfortable. Dog made welcome.breakfast nice. No charge for carpark al

5/ 5

Excellent stay.room clean and comfortable. Dog made welcome.breakfast nice. No charge for carpark also makes stay more pleasing.thank you.

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