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Top 10 Archers Hotels

Top 10 Archers Hotels

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4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Crathorne Village, Crathorne, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
13.3km from Tees Valley Airport
7.9km from Allens West
8.5km from Eaglescliffe Railway Station
"Set in 15 acres of woodland, surrounded by views of the Leven valley and the Yorkshire Moors, this magnificent Edwardian stately home has been recognised as one the top 200 hotels in the country. During your stay you can walk or jog along one of the walking trails, or simply wander through the well manicured lawns. After, come back to the hall, park the wellies firmly by the front door and come in for a hot drink by the roaring fire in the drawing room, or a chilled glass of white wine under an umbrella on the terrace, depending on the season. An LCD TV, free internet access and luxury toiletries are included in each room. Some rooms also have a balcony. One of Yorkshire's grandest hotels, awarded 4 red stars for exceptional quality and service, Crathorne Hall is ideally located close to Darlington, Middlesborough, Stockton on Tees and only 8 miles from Durham Valley Tees Airport.  Crathorne Hall has recently completed a bedroom refurbishment program, with all 37 rooms now complete. These rooms have been decorated with a contemporary feel to them and are all equipped with 28” LCD televisions and DVD players.   Awarded 2 AA rosettes for its fine cuisine, the chefs at Crathorne Hall use fresh ingredients from the region to create a seasonal, inspiring menu. In the afternoon, sit back and enjoy the signature afternoon tea, including a selection of homemade cakes and fruit scones, local Yorkshire curd tart, sandwiches and a variety of speciality teas. A traditional Sunday lunch is also served."
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2




4.6/5
Outstanding
10 Reviews
"Offering a restaurant, The Carpenters Arms is located in Felixkirk, less than 3 miles from Thirsk. Free WiFi access is available. Featuring a shower, private bathroom also comes with a bath or shower and a hairdryer. At The Carpenters Arms you will find a garden, a terrace and a bar. Other facilities offered at the property include meeting facilities. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including cycling and hiking. The property offers free parking. Leeds Bradford International Airport is 49 km away."
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3




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
7 Lumley Lane, Kirkby Fleetham, Kirkby Fleetham with Fencote, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
45.4km from Tees Valley Airport
35.2km from Allens West
35.7km from Eaglescliffe Railway Station
"Stayed at the black horse inn twice now and never been dissatisfied and very clean friendly and staff fantastic can’t fault a single thing Restaurant and food out this world and prices excellent for quality off food and skill Massive compliments to the chef and kitchen team please don’t let them go as best food I have had in a long time outstanding 👏👏👏"
"Fantastic over night stay in this Best Western Inn Lovely rural location Excellent service from friendly, welcoming staff who couldn't do enough for us Spacious room, comfy bed, fantastic food locally sourced and reasonably priced Covid secure throughout Overall a great stay which was much needed"
"Had a lovely 3 night stay The room was so comfortable They all made us feel so welcome and safe Ate there all 3 nights the food was amazing and the service and staff were first class Thank you all Will definitely be back😊"
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4

4.5/5
Excellent
5 Reviews
Sowerby Gateway, Hambleton District, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
43.2km from Tees Valley Airport
34.5km from HARROGATE RAILWAY STATION
37.9km from Allens West
"This is an overnight stop for us on the journey to Northumberland and has always been comfortable. The staff are coping well with Covid-19 and are very attentive.It's just a shame that they cannot offer a proper dinner service; only not very inspiring choice to eat in room. The breakfast was as good as they could manage and the cooked was very pleasant. One thing on the air conditioning in the room - you can raise the temperature above 19 degrees centigrade but you can't go below that figure. You need to make that possible as 19 degrees is way too warm for many people including us."
"Comfortable clean quiet room, Hotel well placed for Thirsk, Northallerton etc. Staff very friendly and helpful. Free parking on site Has a restaurant on site. The breakfast was excellent, good ingredients and well cooked. Only small issue was that due to table service the waiting staff should check if more coffee, toast etc was wanted with and after breakfast, we had to ask as did one or two other tables near us. If that was addressed it would be perfect."
"This hotel is clean, comfortable, and quiet. The bed was absolutely divine, same for the duvet. The room and surroundings were spotless. We enjoyed our two nights there. We did find the area a little short on dining choices. We ate at the hotel’s restaurant once, finding it ok but could have more choice. All the staff we encountered were polite and helpful."
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5




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
42 Market Place, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
39.5km from Tees Valley Airport
34.0km from Allens West
34.6km from Eaglescliffe Railway Station
"First Coaching Inn Group hotel to get anything less than 5 stars from me. Nobody on reception when we walked in, which I never think is a good thing. Had to go into the bar and wait in line with drinkers for my turn to be served in order to check in. Nice, clean adjoining rooms with a good size bathroom. Went straight through to our restaurant table, which was booked for 7pm, although due to traffic we were running 10 minutes late. No sign of any staff in the restaurant, so waited a couple of minutes before anyone came to seat us, other diners were looking for staff too. My son's fish and chips was superb, as was our Thai Green Curry - best one we've ever had. The TV didn''t work in our room, but so tired, it didn't really matter on this our first night. The room was very comfortable, but rather noisy, I suppose being in one of the mews cottages in the car park on a Friday night, there was quite a lot of traffic (cars and people) passing through, which made it difficult for my son to sleep to start with. As we lay in the bed a little later into the night, somebody tried the door handles into our rooms, clearly looking for somewhere to 'further their Friday night fun', as their conversation confirmed. Told reception that the TV wasn't working and they said they would look into it. Saturday breakfast was really good, the kitchen could not be faulted at any point during our stay. Good selection of buffet items and superbly cooked full English. I did notice that many locals were using the car park to do their shopping in town, so now understood why the car park was always SO busy. When we returned from our day out, we couldn't get in the car park at all. Nobody on reception again, but one of the bar staff kindly moved his car, so that we could get in. TV still not working. We decided not to eat in the hotel on the Saturday evening, so left our room about 7.30pm to wander into town only to find that there was a drunk lad having a wee in the walkway through to the town - lovely. My seven year old asked why he wasn't using a toilet. Although the lad apologised and clearly felt embarrassed it was not nice to step over as we approached the high street. Then we were immediately met by a group of lads swearing 'Fs and Cs' and laughing as a drunk girl fell out of the pub next door on to the pavement - and this is 7.30pm! Now I am possibly a snob, yes, I think I am, but I didn't expect to encounter this sort of thing at that time of evening in a small market town. Had I known Thirsk was like that, I wouldn't have booked the hotel, which is a shame. When we got up on Sunday morning and left our room to walk up the car park to the restaurant for breakfast, there was a used condom on the steps of the fire escape, so clearly my impression of Thirsk was correct and while fine for a stag night, I wouldn't recommend it for a family stay with children, unless you really want to open their eyes! Once again enjoyed breakfast and checked out. I think we'd"
"The management and staff have done everything they possibly can to make the Hotel Covid safe, clearly marked one way systems, automatic sanitiser dispensers at the entrance to the hotel and the dining room, they were also actively challenging people to sanitise their hands, perhaps this is why there are a few negative reviews on the restaurant page as some people think this is all nothing to do with them. Our room was clean and well maintained, unlike so many places every light bulb was working, its amazing how many places have at least one blown bulb in the room. The only negative point is that if you are a person who likes to read in bed there are no lights that shine from behind. As we were staying for three nights there was no housekeeping, on the two occasions when we asked for extra supplies they were delivered in less than 5 minutes. Another great plus point, the in room tea and coffee tray was well stocked, breakfast tea, fruit tea, coffee bags both ordinary and decaffeinated, hot chocolate, biscuits and even two chocolate bars. So many places think that 2 teabags, and 2 ordinary plus 2 decaffeinated coffee sachets and a couple of uht milk sachets are enough. We ate in for three evening meals and three breakfasts, at all times the staff were very pleasant, even though they were very busy on Saturday morning and things were a little slower. Fresh fruit, toast, fruit juice etc were all available on demand plus the hot menu. Evening meals were to the standard we expect from the coaching inns group good combinations of flavours and ingredients and for a reasonable price, once again cannot quite grasp the person complaining on the restaurant review page about the prices, we've eaten out more than 20 times in the past three months across 5 different Counties in England ranging from Cornwall to Cumbria, the Golden Fleece prices are typical of everywhere we've been. Perhaps the complainer should stick to Wetherspoons ?"
"Really impressed with the Golden Fleece. Very clean, comfortable bed and great food. Very good value for money in my opinion. Probably not the place for people with mobility issues as there is no lift but it makes a really nice change from bland corporate rooms."
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6




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
16 Market Place, Bedale, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
42.1km from Tees Valley Airport
35.6km from Durham Train Station
39.7km from Dinsdale
"My partner and I felt very safe today when we went for a light lunch at The Green Dragon. All necessary precautions (this review is from a visit we have just made during the Covid 19 Pandemic) were taken by the management and staff. The menu was comprehensive and the food we ordered quickly served and was delicious. There was a one-way system - in the front door & out of the back door. Making use of a public toilet is something I've never felt comfortable doing since the lockdown started in March but took the plunge today. I need not have feared - there was a one-person only rule and everything was squeaky clean. Again I felt very safe. There was plenty of space to keep a safe distance from other tables (of which there were 5 in use when we were there). I hope people will be encouraged after reading my review to visit their local pubs serving food as this is a very tough time for them."
"Stayed in Sept for 1 night, greeted by very friendly bar staff and made to feel very welcome, room was at the top, nice and clean with a very comfy bed and decent shower/bath facilities, lovely meal in the evening and a good selection of gin!! Shame they don’t serve the local beer though. The pub was a good mixture of friendly locals and guests with some lovely friendly dogs. My only negative is the room was at the front of the pub which had streetlights on all night! The room was never dark but we did manage to sleep ok. A very tasty breakfast was served and overall very happy with our stay, a big thank you to Lesley who was so friendly and knowledgable about all things Bedale!! Thanks for a lovely stay"
"My wife and I booked into Green Dragon for a much needed break from 30th Aug 2019 until 2nd Sept 2019. Would recommend Green Dragon room was clean beds comfortable towels and bathroom excellent. Food and service were very good. From arrival to departure we were made very welcome by owners, and regulars. Would recommend this as a base and will return in future."
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7




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
The Castle Arms Inn, Snape, Snape with Thorp, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
47.6km from Tees Valley Airport
35.7km from HARROGATE RAILWAY STATION
41.1km from Durham Train Station
"Me and my partner visited the Castle Arms for a one night short break. On arrival we were allocated room number 5 and we were both pleasantly surprised when we walked in to the room. The bed was huge and the decor was to a high standard. With complimentary tea,coffee,shower gel,shampoo etc all you need to pack is your clothes.....everything else is provided for you. We spent the afternoon in Masham but booked a table for the evening and enjoyed the ambiance and the quality of the food and drinks. Breakfast the following morning was enjoyed by both of us, me having a full English and my partner having eggs benedict. I would not hesitate recommending the Castle Arms to anyone and hopefully we will return in the near future."
"After a planned trip to Middleham Moor we wanted a place to stay in and around Bedale and this popped up on Booking.com as a great place to stay. I'm so glad we decided to book in here as the room was fantastic with brilliant food and beer too. Being vegetarian it's sometimes hard to get good food in country pubs as theres probably less call for it but one look at the menu and I was sold. Great veg curry, great cheese board and lovely breakfast to start the day. All wrapped up with very friendly, attentive staff and a real fire "
"Booked into the Castle for Sunday lunch for the first time in many years. And how pleasantly surprised we were with the reception, quality of food and service. Just goes to show pubs can stand shoulder to shoulder with good quality restaurants. Particularly enjoyed the starter - black pudding stack. (Who do you get your black pudding from?). The fish was perfect and fresh and the beef lovely. The vegetarian moussaka was excellent and very flavoursome. We will be back and no hesitation in recommending. "
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8




4.5/5
Excellent
5 Reviews
2 Emgate, Bedale, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
42.1km from Tees Valley Airport
35.5km from Durham Train Station
39.6km from Dinsdale
"Last minute booking at the Three Coppers. Late arrival and yet we were welcomed by such hospitable staff all the same. The landlady showed us to get our room which was perfect for our short stay and the time was taken to ask if there was anything we needed before we set off out which i thought was very thoughtful. The pub itself was warm, inviting with amples of character. Its locals friendly, quick to greet you and strike up a friendly chat. Perfect for a chilly evening out celebrating new years eve! The next morning, after a nice quiet breakfast, nursing a hangover. We were offered (rather fortunately) to check out in our own time. We REALLY needed that, so thank you times a million! Our stay, although brief was absolutely perfect. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend so I'd urge anyone considering visiting the area to book in. It's a lovely bar, bed and breakfast ❤"
"Arrived at 2pm on a Saturday. Got there to find that the usual owners were away. However, we were looked after by Lee, who was brilliant! The room was small, but perfectly clean. The bed was comfortable and clean too. Really enjoyed the bar area; very quirky. The breakfast was plentiful and tasty; well done again to Lee who managed to feed everyone perfectly. Plenty of choice of cereals etc too. My only gripe would be that I thought it was a bit overpriced. But, it's kind of what you expect from some 'country' B&Bs. Stayed here on 21/09/19."
"Booked here on a whim the day before arrival. What a lovely little place this is. A proper local pub. No airs or graces but very good all the same. The landlords are very welcoming and attentive as are the two friendly well behaved dogs. The room was spotlessly clean and very spacious. Breakfast was superb and cooked to order. I would definitely recommend this place. "
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9




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Darlington Road, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
33.3km from Tees Valley Airport
25.0km from Allens West
25.6km from Eaglescliffe Railway Station
"We have stayed at this hotel twice and both times we have been very happy with the rooms, the staff and the food. Great location with easy access to many different places. We stayed Bed and breakfast and the breakfast was really nice, plenty of choice, lovely and clean dining room too, freshly cooked to order."
"We were well received at The Allerton Court Hotel in North Yorkshire and enjoyed a very comfortable stay. There were some restrictions due to the virus for example my room wasn't cleaned during our 5 night stay. This is a good centre for getting around to see some of the wonderful Moors, Wolds, Dales and villages, not to mention the James Herriot Centre in nearby Thirsk."
"Attended an 80th lunch which was a carvery. Pork beef and gammon all extremely tender, hot and plentiful. Every vegetable you can think of. Service good and a good choice of deserts. All in all a very good day"
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10




5/5
Perfect
11 Reviews
Unnamed Rd, Newby Wiske, Warlaby, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
41.5km from Tees Valley Airport
34.5km from Allens West
34.9km from Durham Train Station
"We stayed at Solberge Hall Hotel for one night on my birthday on a dinner,bed & breakfast package with a bottle of fizz on arrival. Firstly the good things about this hotel - food and restaurant service is excellent, we could not fault it and it was nice to be able to have dinner and breakfast with our dog. They set you up a table in the lounge. The room was comfortably warm, spacious and clean with well stocked tea and coffee and most importantly to us a decaf option.The rooms are nicely furnished. It's up to you to decide if the negatives outweigh what is good. We will not be returning because our quality of sleep wasnt good, we both woke several times with back ache due to the mattress comfort. The tv is small and badly positioned to watch from the bed giving you neck ache when it would have benefited being on the wall at the end of the bed where there was plenty of space. We both showered in the evening and the morning and on the hottest setting the shower was just warm and not hot. The shower over bath is very deep to climb in and out of with a scalding hot towel rail close to where you get in and out. Very difficult if you have mobility issues or short legs. The bathroom looks recently renovated but had a lot of black mould which wasnt very pleasant and would have been easily cleaned off with a bit of bleach. Shows a general lack of care. There was a lack of information in the room about hotel services, for example time of breakfast, we had to ask at dinner because we weren't told on check in. The bedding and towels were of good quality and nice and white."
"We booked a one night stay at Solberge Hall with a 3 course dinner and breakfast. We also decided to upgrade to the suite for an additional fee. We arrived at around 3:10 pm and were greeted by 3 ladies standing at the reception table all looking blankly at us , a very uncomfortable experience for checking in and not very welcoming. It was almost that we were going to be an inconvenience , and we were. Our room not ready and we were going to wait for an hour to get access to our room. The receptionist was functional but not that welcoming. A very travel lodge level of service. The room , a Suite No 1 was large and had sofa and four poster bed. As we had booked a suite we were expecting a better equipped and better finished room. Disappointed in the standard of fittings and lack of finer touches. No slippers as per booking, Tissues empty and dusty container, no biscuits or treats with tea and coffee, no water, no welcome guide or information booklet! . Considering it was a Suite, bathroom was very disappointing with the standard of finish poor. Again no better than a Travel Lodge. Four poster bed creaky ! We have stayed in several hotels in last 12 months and room was noticeably below par. The waiting staff were friendly and welcoming. Dinner was delicious as was breakfast. No facilities on site so only the bar if you wanted to get have a drink . Overall good food, friendly waiting staff, room well below a standard that is promoted."
"We requested a ground-floor room and were given a large double room, leading to an almost as large twin room, each well-furnished with reproduction chairs and occasional furniture, plenty of storage space. Each bedroom had a large flat-screen TV. Unfortunately neither worked, but were replaced by a similar set in double room which worked perfectly. A large bathroom with walk-in shower, bath, lavatory and basin waiting., Large towels there, nonslip shower mat and grab rail brought quickly and toiletries as required on request. Well- stocked hospitality tray in place. Dining room safely spacious, food very good and quickly available, staff attentive and helpful. Whole area safe, attractive and plenty of walks nearby. Northallerton a delightful town with excellent parking."
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