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12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 30 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Located 2 miles from Bedale, in Leeming Bar, The Corner House Hotel features a restaurant and a contemporary paved outside terrace. There is free Wi-Fi available in all areas.
Score from 164 reviews Wonderful
Overlooking Richmond's cobbled market square, and the Norman castle, this charming Georgian hotel full of character and warmth is only 4 miles (6.4 km) from the A1.
Score from 236 reviews Very good
The Black Lion Hotel is situated in the heart of the historic town of Richmond. The converted family-run Georgian coach house offers private parking, free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and bar.
Score from 107 reviews Very good
The ivy-covered Scotch Corner Hotel is ideally located at the A1/A66 junction in close proximity to Darlington and Catterick. Newcastle, York, Leeds and Middlesbrough are just a short drive away.
Score from 428 reviews Excellent
Breakfast, cold rooms, dirty shower, broken toilet seat, cracked crockery, smell of bleach at breakfast table, decor, flat beer (indicates dirty lines or glasses)......
Manager and bar staff friendly.
Rooms shabby and dated. Broken shower and cold water tap on sink, 1 towel for 2 people. No toiletries. Quilt on bed was little more than an eiderdown, not sufficient for October. Despite ordering breakfast the night before, parts were missing, chef/ waitress extremely rude and we got the impression that parts of breakfast were missing because they couldn't be bothered to cook it. Fawlty Towers would have been preferable over the Buck Inn.
location, breakfast ok
no heating in room mould in shower
Staff were pleasant, breakfast was ok, location was perfect
Shower was damaged so we were moved into a tiny alternative room in which the en suite was tatty and not clean. Bin was still full from previous occupants. Beds and linen were old; furniture was jumble. An over use of feature wallpaper lacked any class. Breakfast room was dirty, bread was still in plastic bags. Thick dust in display cabinets. Booked 3 nights, stayed for only 1 and found a nearby alternative for same cost but much better style, cleanliness and comfort.
The smell of smoke and alcohol put me off straight away. The Staff member gave us no information on the place, just wanted to leave. Not worth the price compared to other places.
Great location, great price, excellent room and bed comfort and excellent large screen T.V.
comfortable bed good breakfast nice bar staff
cold room no hair drier - did get one when asked no toiletries provided only 1 bath & 1 hand towel for 2 people no more provided even though I asked expect these things for money asked
The location - attractive street, easy to walk to a variety of restaurants. Lovely view through the back windows of the bar area of the castle and countryside. Staff were friendly. Breakfast was good. Rooms were spacious.
Both of our bedrooms faced the front of the pub and from about 11.30pm to 2am there were loud shouts, laughter and merriment from the pavement below where the pub had placed tables and chairs for their customers. (Lovely old-fashioned sash windows did very little to stop the noise!) As we both faced a long drive each the next day, the lack of sleep was rather worrying. Perhaps we should have expected it, this being a pub and with the no-smoking inside law! First shower was fine but then five minutes later the water power was very low and the temperature kept changing from really hot to really cold. (This was at about 6pm so perhaps their was competition for the water from the kitchens or other residents.)
Very nice friendly staff, the rooms were a bit dated, but very comfortable, clean and good size. All facilities available.
Nothing, only the location.
Everything about this so called hotel, it is shabby, filthy, service appalling and food, well, what food. I can't imagine how this place has 4 stars. Towels and bed linen ?? if they were clean. Carpets stained. Holes in the floorboards covered by carpets, and not small holes either. Just don't even consider booking this place when there is so much more choice in Richmond. And the luxury of each bedroom a tatty plastic garden chair for each room. All this for £80 a night.
Management & staff friendly.
General atmosphere of grubbiness. Felt that the whole place was slowly spiralling down into a black hole. Terrible food.
excellent view of Richmond and countryside from our window very central, 5 minutes walk from main square in old fashioned street, cobbled
Wifi bar, atmosphere in that area
Friendly place, great location & yummy breakfast! Wonderful views. We enjoyed our weekend stay for a wedding in Richmond.
Could have done with a hair dryer in the room.
Our room was on the top floor reached by 2 flights of very steep stairs with a doddgy banister. This was tottally unsuitable for older clients, our little dog fell up and down on the stairs they were so steep.We had requestyed a room on a ground or low floor.The breakfast left a lot to be desired,
Spacious comfortable room with TV, wifi, tea and coffee. Clean apart from the carpet. Good location for the town. Slightly cheaper than other local hotels, but rather have paid more for something better.
A pub, not a hotel/guest house. Noisy people in the street below, coming out of the pub to smoke and finally leaving at around 1am kept us awake on 3 of the 4 midweek nights we stayed. Dirty carpet. Mismatched furniture with bits missing. Not much breakfast choice if you don't want a fry up.
The Location was great, walking distance from the centre and all the pubs & the church where our friends got married.
cant fault the hotel really
Beds and sheets were good and clean
Would describe as tatty. Poor furnishings, restaurant unnatractive. Tele didnt work and apart from a very helpful local in the bar no one was interested
Room was good had wifi and comfortable beds and friendly staff.
The shower did not work properly either being cold or scalding and was not possible to find a optimum temperature. There was no dinner service on a Monday and Tuesday and breakfast was not brilliant with grey microwaved scrambled egg.Breakfast was served in a room cluttered with a printer and scattered paper where the breakfast orders sheets and dinner menues had been printed.Simple things that would be simple to sort out and would make a massive difference
Uncomfortable beds, excessive music way beyond normal noise levels and despite complaining it went on till 2am. THIs venue needs to decide to concentrate on guest staying or drinkers. Swearing and loud noise outside our third floor window until 2am.
The friendlyness of the staff The food and chef were very good.The room was clean airy and the view stunning.
Location was central Richmond.
Accomodation was shabby
the staff were good, very friendly. the place had a lot of character. room was clean but even with on suite was a bit crowded for a family room, breakfast was ok..
The hotel was clean and comfortable. The food was excellent
There should be a warning on the web site before booking that there will be loud music and rowdy noise outside till the early hours. We had no sleep till after 3.00 a.m. in the morning.
The location was good.
A large sash window in the bedroom would not close as it had been painted in the open position. The wash-basin was positioned at the opposite end of the bedroom from the toilet and shower. There was no bed-side lamp or light-switch. A noisy disco carried on until 2.00am.