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The best way to come across a Bed and Breakfast close to Thirsk

Posted on | November 30, 2011 | Comments Off on The best way to come across a Bed and Breakfast close to Thirsk

Article by Dominique Mortenson

If you are like me and prefer to make your holidays a little more enjoyable. I have a tendency to leave getting a bed and breakfast or lodge right up until the very last minute, sometimes when I am actually in the locale I visit I’ll usually find something fairly priced but usually fairly comfortable.

A recent visit to the North Yorkshire market town of Thirsk was no exception however it did prove slightly bit tricky to discover anywhere as most of the places tried just weren’t what I was in search of, how hard can it be to search out a Bed and breakfast in Thirsk?

Personally speaking, I’ve a high expectation and wouldn’t always choose somewhere dependant on price alone, you’ll usually tell how good (or bad) a place is going to be from the external, for example is the bed and breakfast well presented, does it have net curtains and does it have a noisy pub attached to it.

Now, Thirsk by itself is surely an amazing very little town with lots of History, it is also close to a variety of well-known attractions and has its very own Racecourse which is ideal for me, so I made certain I was at the locale when the races were on.

I discovered a little place next to the outskirts of Thirsk called ‘The Forresters Arms’ – A beautiful, traditional English pub, which has a sweet restaurant, log fires inside the lounge bar and a seperate breakfast room for all those guests who were staying at the bed and breakfast in thirsk.

This was certainly perfect for me, I had everything I needed, it was situated at the foot of ‘The White Horse’, which is a gateway to some outstanding walks throughout the North Yorkshire Moors. I immediately booked my room (at a very fair price)and was guided upstairs to one of the several bedrooms. I have to say the bedrooms were very impressive, decorated nicely throughout, loads of facilities, I had my own bathroom/shower/WC, big king size bed, wardrobe, tea/coffee facilities and a few nice little useful tweaks for example WIFI.

Thirsk itself is a fanastic little town with adequate places to eat, things to do and some excellent shops – shopping not really my thing, I headed off to checkout the Racecourse then move on to some little tourist attractions to keep me active before moving back to the bed and breakfast.

Even Though there are no hotel chains in or close to Thirsk there definitely are some fantastic looking Bed and Breakfasts available which all appear to be sensibly priced, some are created in yorkshire stone and ooze high quality and tradition, ok they will not be going to deliver the same fashionable characteristics as possibly a Raddison or Hilton may have, but if you’d like good old Yorkshire tradition and very good service then go look at the Forresters in Kilburn, near Thirsk.