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11 Jul 2012
Offering comfortable accommodation and quality services, Burn Hall Hotel & Conference Centre York is the perfect base to reside whether you are in Bayonne for business or pleasure. The Yorkshire Museum is a must-see destination in a tour around the beautiful city of York. The Quilt Museum and Gallery is Britain's first museum dedicated to quilt making and textile arts. A not-to-be-missed attraction of the city is Clifford's Tower.
Catering to the needs of its business travelers, Burn Hall Hotel & Conference Centre York provides a conference room that is an ideal place for seminars. The York Dungeon invites visitors to a unique feast of fun with history's horrible bits.
Set in the heart of North Yorkshire, Burn Hall Hotel & Conference Centre York allows its guests to visit popular attractions such as Murton Park and Flamingo Land. York Castle Museum is worth a visit.
The onsite Richardson's Restaurant serves mouth watering meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, while the Garden Room offers a fine dining experience in an intimate setting. Benson's Bar offers a wide choice of beverages, including specialist ales and a fantastic cocktail list.
Guests at Burn Hall Hotel & Conference Centre in York are offered a choice of 95 well appointed accommodation units that are furnished with modern amenities such as flat screen TV, Internet access, telephone and a hairdryer.
Burn Hall Hotel & Conference Centre Rooms
Classic Double offers 1 double or 2 twin beds. Each en-suite bedroom has been furnished to a high standard, comprising of King Suites, Doubles and Twins of which a number of rooms have been specially designed for disabled access. In room facilities include free broadband internet, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen television with free-view, hairdryer, 24 hour room service and a welcome information guide.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Leeds/Bradford - 60km.
York is a place of contrasts and exciting discoveries, a place where the old encompasses the new and the commonplace meets with the unexpected. There is a wealth of world class museums and variety of festivals held throughout the year catering for all ages and interests. The city is renowned for its exquisite architecture, tangle of quaint cobbled streets and the iconic York minster. The area is fast developing a flourishing, cutting edge scene where you can delve into the vibrant caf culture, take time out to enjoy some of the countrys most talented street entertainers or simply watch the world go by whilst sipping a drink by the river.
There are three dining options available all with their focus on serving mouth watering meals using quality local produce. Richardsons Restaurant offers a stylish setting, ideal for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and the popular Sunday lunch carvery is rumored to be the best around. The Garden Room offers a fine dining experience in an intimate setting overlooking the hotel gardens; you will be treated to beautifully presented food choices which clearly reflect the passion they have been created with. Alternatively for a more relaxed atmosphere Bensons Bar offers a friendly atmosphere, with a modern design and stylish interior this is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a new level of comfort. You will find a wide choice of beverages, including specialist ales and a fantastic cocktail list.
7 meeting rooms to accommodate up to 260 guests/delegates depending on room layout.
Terms and conditions
Extra charges may apply for children. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the quoted rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
The hotel profile photo's are cleverly done...not showing you the actual accomodation but only the frontage. The "expansive" gardens are non existant, mostly taken up by a go kart track. On arrival was met with a smile but "too early to check in",
no problem, but no offer to store bags etc... just a come back after 2pm!
Given a twin room, disabled facilities which smelt like a hospital ward with molding lino floors and a sink pulling off the wall. The bed was so narrow that I rolled out and woke up with my head stuck face down between bed and the broken bedside table. A facet to laugh at now but combined with the cob webs that hit us in the face upon entering the room and the overall experience was nauseating.
The bar staff member who served us in the evening was very pleasant and attentive, trying to be helpful, but the restaurant staff need a new job, probably best as prison wardens. Two of us wanted a bar snack , but due to one vegetarian we wanted one item from normal restaurant menu, bar tender happy to oblige but wait staff present at the time of ordering snapped that it can not be done as that is why there is a restaurant, to eat in!
Upon check out there was only two things said by receptionist, firstly, "checking out" no good morning etc... and then after checking the account she said " 55 pounds", no please thank you or how was your stay. After handing me my receipt for payment she simply turned to another person checking out and ignored me. But to my interest the people she then attended to demanded to speak to the manager as they refused to pay for the grotto they had to sleep in. I would strongly advise anyone to stay anywhere else if possible.