The Willows is located at On The A59, Hessay, Yorkshire, York YO26 8JU, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Willows and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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John Falls

5 Google Rating

Clean, comfortable and good food. Very pleasant and helpfull owner.

5/ 5

Clean, comfortable and good food. Very pleasant and helpfull owner.

keith burton

3 Google Rating

Great if you wont to fish.

3/ 5

Great if you wont to fish.

Robert Murphy

5 Google Rating

Peaceful nights sleep, great breakfast lovely view of the garden from the bedroom window.

5/ 5

Peaceful nights sleep, great breakfast lovely view of the garden from the bedroom window.

Lewis Kirby

5 Google Rating

Two-room B&B Tim by one bloke as far as I could make out. Clean and quiet but convenient for the Yor

5/ 5

Two-room B&B Tim by one bloke as far as I could make out. Clean and quiet but convenient for the York park & ride. Full English was good, plenty of cereal and toast available too. Bed very comfy, rooms clean and well-maintained. Would be happy to return.

Annette Matthewson

5 Google Rating

A charming comfortable place great breakfast. Paul was great very friendly. I hope stay again soon

5/ 5

A charming comfortable place great breakfast. Paul was great very friendly. I hope stay again soon will recommend to family and friends

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