The Downe Arms

A Historic Hotel in Goole, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

15 Market Place
DN14 9HE

The Downe Arms, Goole

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Accommodation Description:

Family run business. Close to both M62 and M18 Motorways Mews type accommodation set away from main building giving quiet unrestricted access. Home cooked food Indian Restaurant Free Wi-Fi in all areas including accommodation rooms Sky TV.

(Not Sports) Local attractions and Industries close by.Two competition standard Pool tables. Real Cask Ales as well as an extensive range of draught Beers, Lagers, and Wines.

Snaith is one of most westerly towns of the East Riding of Yorkshire and being close to The Pennine Way is popular with cyclists and walkers alike. There are 15 walks known as The Heritage Walks ranging from 1 1/2 miles to 8 3/4 miles, some suitable for disabled persons in wheelchairs. Our accommodation block is in a Mews Type Cottages setting and positioned away from the main Building.

The Pub was built circa 1800 and had one of the first female landladies of the time on the first floor which had many uses over the years was once the local courthouse also across the road is the Penny cells a Lock-up for people who had too much to drink etc; which is still standing (but not used) As well as traditional home cooked pub food and a Carvery on Sunday we also have an Indian Restaurant Cardamom Spice on the first floor with our Indian Chefs preparing some fantastic authentic Indian cuisine special offers on Wednesday's and Sunday's Single occupancy and long term. Large free car park to rear of Main Building accessible off Pontefract Road DN14 9JR

3 star rating

From: £40.00

Room Facilities
Hypoallergenic pillows
Colour television
Internet access
Fire alarm with light
Ironing board
Pets allowed
Tea and coffee making facilities
Family/oversized room

Lock-up facility for bicycles
Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms
Fax machine

Dining Facilities
We have a modern dining area offering a wide variety of home cooked meals. Meals are served 12 to 2.30/ 5.00 to 20.00 downstairs Monday to Saturday and 12.00 to 16.00 on Sundays and Bank Holidays. Food available evenings in The Spice Office Indian Restaurant upstairs. In the summer meals can be served outside in the South facing courtyard garden area. Breakfasts are available Monday to Friday 08.00- 10.00 a.m. Saturday and Sunday 8.30-10.00. Carvery available on Sundays 12.00-16.00

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy

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