A York restaurant has become a “water filling station” in a bid to reduce the number of environmentally-damaging use-once plastic bottles.
The initiative by The Yorkshire bar and grill – which is located within the DoubleTree by Hilton York – will see staff happily refilling reusable drinking bottles belonging to guests,
A Selby pub is calling “time gentleman please…to order a full grill”, as it adds it a new sitting following customer pressure.
From next Saturday, The Drovers Arms, an historic coaching inn dating back to the 18th century, will be opening its doors at 9.30am to launch its new breakfast menu.
The DoubleTree by Hilton York has officially celebrated the completion of its £6m transformation, with a reception for representatives from the city’s hospitality, leisure and tourism sectors.
The investment, undertaken in two tranches, has seen the addition of 42 new bedrooms, air-conditioning in all new and existing bedrooms, creation of a
Staff from a York restaurant will be “flipping out” for charity this Tuesday with Yorkshire-themed pancakes.
The team from The Yorkshire bar and grill – located within the DoubleTree by Hilton York – will be undertaking a sponsored pancake toss this Tuesday, in aid of St Leonard’s Hospice.
In addition to the
The New Year has seen a leading York hotel launch a new in-house team to lead initiatives to benefit guests, colleagues, and the local community alike.
Comprising of staff of all levels and from all departments, the primary role of the DoubleTree by Hilton York CARE Committee is to monitor the
A York hotel is on track to become the city’s first DoubleTree by Hilton this autumn, after the completion of a key phase of a £3m programme of investment and further expansion.
Work to convert seven meeting rooms into 17 additional bedrooms at the St Maurice’s Road venue has ended, and
A North Yorkshire pub has been shortlisted for a brace of Visit York Tourism Awards.
The Drovers Arms, situated in Skipwith, near Selby, is a finalist in the Pub of the Year category and Restaurant of the Year award.
Last year, the Drovers Arms was one of just 30 pubs listed in
The arrival of a new head chef at a North Yorkshire coaching inn has seen its menu being given a “high street makeover”.
For Tim Bradley, pictured, has swapped the kitchen of a trendy York city centre diner for the popular eating and drinking haunt of the Drovers Arms, in Skipwith,
Pictured are Simon Murphy, general manager of York’s Dean Court Hotel (left), with Graham Usher, who are pulling together to hold a Christmas party for people who will be alone this Christmas
Two York hotels are pulling together this weekend to host a festive party for York people who will be spending
Pictured is Graham Usher
An unprecedented number of new businesses opening in York is leading to a chronic shortage of chefs, kitchen and front of house staff, one of the city’s top hoteliers has warned.
So concerned is Graham Usher, General Manager of the Best Western Monkbar Hotel and chairman of