The Beverley Arms Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Beverley, Yorkshire

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The Beverley Arms Hotel, Beverley

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The 18th century Brook Beverley Arms Hotel, is in close proximity to the medieval town centre of Beverley and inside the ancient gateway. This former coach house retains all its charm through its traditional furnishings and its historic York flagstones. The hotel offers the same hospitality and warmth as its predecessors but with all the comfort and charm of a 21st century hotel.

This well located property has excellent transport links to Hull, Doncaster and Sheffield. Relax with good food and wine in comfortable surroundings that once had connections with the highwayman Dick Turpin. This hotel is full of character, and offers the most pleasant of stays.

3 star rating

From: £38.25

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Beverley Travel and Heritage Information

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