Wheatlands Lodge is located at Scarcroft Rd, York YO24 1DB, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Wheatlands Lodge and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Karen Taylor

5 Google Rating

Lovely staff. Clean rooms. Really nice breakfast. Short walk to center. 2nd time we have stayed her

5/ 5

Lovely staff. Clean rooms. Really nice breakfast. Short walk to center. 2nd time we have stayed here.

Julie Donlan

5 Google Rating

This hotel is lovely. The owners and staff were really friendly and welcoming. Our room was spacious

5/ 5

This hotel is lovely. The owners and staff were really friendly and welcoming. Our room was spacious spotlessly clean and had a great walk in shower. There are a lot of stairs and the hotel is very large although ground floor rooms are available. The breakfast was yummy and there was loads of choice. 10 out of 10 and would definitely stay here again hopefully soon.

Terri Harris

5 Google Rating

Love coming here. Always friendly and happy to help. A real treat and within walking distance from

5/ 5

Love coming here. Always friendly and happy to help. A real treat and within walking distance from town centre.

Wayne Batty

4 Google Rating

Homely very nice 4.5 star right only couple of things that keep it at 4.5 , our stay was comfortable

4/ 5

Homely very nice 4.5 star right only couple of things that keep it at 4.5 , our stay was comfortable. Staff excellent couldn't do enough for us

Robert Wilkinson

4 Google Rating

A nice clean and comfortable hotel handy for city centre. Lovely breakfast and staff. Reasonable rat

4/ 5

A nice clean and comfortable hotel handy for city centre. Lovely breakfast and staff. Reasonable rates

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