The Grange Hotel located at 1 Clifton, York YO30 6AA, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 644744

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Geraldine Cocker

5 Google Rating

We have just returned from our 2 night stay at the Grange in York. It's an impressive Georgian house

5/ 5

We have just returned from our 2 night stay at the Grange in York. It's an impressive Georgian house. We were welcomed as soon as we set foot through the door. Staff were very friendly and attentive. 5 minutes from the Roman city walls. Food was delicious. Excellent city break. Would certainly recommend The Grange. Hope to return sometime. Doug and Geraldine

Helen Kilner

5 Google Rating

Lovely hotel, excellent staff and great service. The most pet friendly hotel we have ever stayed in.

5/ 5

Lovely hotel, excellent staff and great service. The most pet friendly hotel we have ever stayed in. The staff were so friendly and welcoming, nothing was too much trouble. Our dog also received a lovely welcome from all the staff. He was allowed in all the rooms including the restaurant where he received a bowl of water and 2 sausages for breakfast. Food was great, would highly recommend this hotel especially if you have a dog.

Charles Dalton

4 Google Rating

A nice older style hotel. Showing its age, but everything perfectly serviceable and drinks were grea

4/ 5

A nice older style hotel. Showing its age, but everything perfectly serviceable and drinks were great, had some good cocktails. Definitely use if you want to experience something other than the bland, identikit hotels that the usual chains give you.

Andy Brown

5 Google Rating

We got married yesterday at York Register office and booked a meal for 5 of us in the Brasserie, The

5/ 5

We got married yesterday at York Register office and booked a meal for 5 of us in the Brasserie, The staff new it was a wedding lunch but they went out of their way to make our experience so enjoyable. We cannot praise the staff too much for their efforts, a wonderful meal in a beautiful setting.

Vanessa Elms

5 Google Rating

Lovely old hotel and the decoration compliments it alongside beautiful flower arrangements throughou

5/ 5

Lovely old hotel and the decoration compliments it alongside beautiful flower arrangements throughout. The staff are very helpful and pleasant. Rooms comfortable and the standard of the food is good.

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