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Located in Pocklington, The Feathers has a restaurant, bar and free WiFi. This 2-star hotel offers luggage storage space. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Oour original chalet room had an irritating buzzing sound so we asked to be moved. We were given a very spacious room above the nearby Stamfords bar owned by the hotel. This was very light and well appointed. The breakfast was good, nice veggie sausages and friendly service.
Bed and Breakfast Ashfield is located 16 miles from the historic city center of York and offers free parking on site. Free WiFi is provided in each room, along with a TV and private bathroom. I really like the care and attention that both the lady and gentlemen paid to making sure social distancing was observed and how breakfast was prepared. The room had also been sterilised and was spotlessly clean. Again great attention to detail in difficult times.
Wolds Cottage Pocklington is located in Pocklington and offers a garden, barbecue facilities and a terrace. The vacation home has garden views and is 28 miles from Bridlington. Everything! A stylish, smart, clean and comfortable cottage in a great location Very close to the centre of town. Very well appointed and equipped, spacious and with the bonus of two en suite bathrooms and good outside space. Would highly recommend.
Set within the rolling hills of The Wolds, Wolds Glamping offers bespoke pods which combine all the fun of camping with home comforts such as central heating and LED lighting. Very peaceful and quiet location would visit again, didn't have the heart to go wanted to stay bit longer.But will soon visit next time.Both Kay and her husband was very nice couple,very helpful....
Located in Pocklington, 14 mi from York, Carpenter's Cottage offers self-catering accommodations with free WiFi. It provides free private parking. The little personal touches by the hosts really made my arrival welcoming. The handwritten note, the map to where Id mentioned I wanted to visit, the fresh eggs from their hens and the chocolate teacakes!! The property was immaculate throughout and the bed was heavenly!!
Quaint little market town. Market is on Tuesday so be aware that some roads in the centre are blocked off. Plenty of eating establishments and pubs but if you're a CAMRA member the pubs mainly serve the gas giants e.g Fosters. Small but well stocked CoOp in the centre. Lots of free parking. Cash machines at the banks. Take a trip out to Kilnwick Percy Hall which is a Buddhist retreat with beautiful walks and a small cafe. It reopens the main building and gift shop on 06/09/20 and has toilets available. The site is maintained by volunteers. If you're in to high end eats The Star at Sancton, about 20 minutes away, is an excellent restaurant. An excellent place for breakfast outside Pocklington is The Wold Cafe on the A614 near Market Weighton. It's worth the trip out.
A charming, bustling little market town, with lots of independent shops, cafes and 'eatouteries'. Parking was free and easy in the town centre too when we were there. Good for access to local walks and attractive little villages, e.g. along the old canal, or to the Yorkshire Wolds nearby. The coast is not too far away either by car for a day trip, and obligatory fish and chips at the seaside experience at the end of the day!
Walks into village was good. Nice friendly staff in pubs and shops. Nowhere to sit and have a drink or eats in the room or outside room. Nowhere to keep drinks cold for when we returned from a trip out.
Pocklington has brilliant small independent shops. It’s very picturesque and is perfect as a central base for walking and cycling or for taking longer day trips to the sea or urban settings such as York.
Didn’t like the lack of facilities in the room. I paid a lot of money for two nights away and we weren’t provided with any standard facilities such as plates, cutlery and any normal glasses for drinks. I didn’t pay all of this money to expect to provide our own cutlery. I also didn’t realise there wouldn’t be a small kitchen area. I got confused as when I last stayed with you last time there was a kitchen to cook food. So me and my partner brought lots of food for our stay to not be able to use it and try and put it all in the tiny fridge. We had to throw a lot of it away... we had to unexpectedly go and eat at the restaurant for our tea and breakfast. I had to pay more money than expected. It didn’t show a lot of pictures on the website of the room. I am really gutted with the amount of money I paid for two nights. I’d been looking forward to it for a long time. It was for my boyfriends birthday and we both had to pay and Extra £60 for our meals and food to buy again from the shops the next day.
Lovely base in the beautiful Yorkshire wold countryside. Pocklington is a charming little market town with a few nice restaurants and pubs. Unfortunately didn't eat out as I wasn't feeling too good but Stamfords and Judsons look well worth a visit. Had a look round the church which was getting ready for harvest festival. Burnby Hall Gardens worth a visit. There is a gliding centre and you can take a ride on a canal boat. A nice place to stay. Not many shops but hey the ones they had were quirky and individual and of course a few nice little charity shops (easy access to York too if you want big shops!)
Very peaceful and quiet location would visit again, didn't have the heart to go wanted to stay bit longer.But will soon visit next time.Both Kay and her husband was very nice couple,very helpful....
As always, a great stay at the Yorkway. Fantastic breakfast, friendly staff and spacious rooms.