The George and Dragon Hotel

A Historic Hotel in York, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Market Place, Kirkbymoorside
YO62 6AA

The George and Dragon Hotel, York

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The George and Dragon Hotel is a very unique place, created by combining the original 17th Century Coaching Inn with the adjoining rectory and corn mill to make a 20-bedroomed hotel of real charm.

The George and Dragon Hotel is a very unique place, created by combining the original 17th Century Coaching Inn with the adjoining rectory and corn mill to make a 20-bedroomed hotel of real charm, a haven of hospitality in the sleepy market town of Kirkbymoorside ("church by the moor"). New owners David & Alison Nicholas who took over this once glorious hotel have dedicated themselves to restoring its former status. A sympathetic refurbishment has taken place which has made the once tired looking bar, bistro & restaurant areas stylish, welcoming and comfortable.

The perfect place to meet, relax, unwind, eat and drink. Ideally situated between Helmsley and Pickering in the heart of the North York Moors National Park. Rich in history, heritage and beauty, the George and Dragon has a real 'olde English' pub atmosphere hard to find nowadays.

Serving top-quality food, local real ales and a great selection of wines. Bar, bistro & fine restaurant and 20 ensuite bedrooms - the perfect retreat from the 'hustle bustle' of everyday life.

4 star rating

From: £100.00

Room Facilities
Direct dial phone
Colour television
Alarm clock

Internet access (wireless) in public areas

On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
The George & Dragon restaurant is passionate about food and this is why many local people have said we offer ムone of the finest dining experience in North Yorkshireヤ. Our fully qualified chefs provide us with a wealth of talent evident in both the style and quality of our food. We serve food all day from April - October and during the winter months every lunchtime and evening. All dishes are prepared in our own kitchens using the finest of local Yorkshire produce and our own herb garden.

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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

York Travel and Heritage Information

Kirkbymoorside, All Saints Church - 0.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Kirkdale, St Gregory's Minster - 1.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Hutton-le-Hole, St Chad's Church - 2.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Ryedale Folk Museum - 2.3 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Lastingham, St Mary's Church - 3.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Nunnington Hall - 4.8 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Nunnington, All Saints and St James Church - 4.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

North York Moors National Park - 5.5 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Helmsley, All Saints Church - 5.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Helmsley Castle - 5.5 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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