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A day in my life: York

Hi Everyone,

Day 2 of my challenge!

I went to York last week and I thought that It was more interesting for you to read about York and the perfect hotel I stayed at rather than read about one of my typical day at uni.


I went to York for a day and a half with my boyfriend. We arrived pretty early (for us) and went straight to the hotel to drop our bag and go explore.

We had about 3 hours to kill before the afternoon tea and didn’t want to make the same mistake again (aka the time we went to Brighton and I stayed in to nap until dinner).

The hotel is called Gray’s Court. It is located on a quiet street, behind the cathedral. Guys, I don’t even have the words to describe how beautiful this hotel is.

A mix between old wood, mismatched furniture, lights, long corridors, maze-like manor.

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The rest of the day was uneventful. We walked around for two hours, grabbed a coffee and came back just in time for afternoon tea.

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The service was superb from start to finish. Unlimited tea, delicious scones, polite and welcoming staff. We will definitely be back.

Around 5 pm, I excused myself and went to take a much-needed bath. Since I didn’t take any pictures of dinner (they have a vegetarian menu by the way), I will leave you with more pictures of the fabulous Gray’s Court hotel.


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Lots of Kisses,

Alicia

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2 Comments

  1. Perfect timing! I’m planning on going to York in April. I have to admit I gasped at the amenities. Clarins?! Very nice πŸ™‚ Did you take any photos of your afternoon tea? Who did you book with? x

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    • noooooo I didn’t 😦 . it was with my boyfriend’s family so I had my phone away most of the time. I believe they called to book?
      it is a very cosy and tiny hotel.Let me know if you need more info, I’ll ask 😊

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