The Ganton Greyhound3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The room we stayed in was clean and quiet. The bed was comfortable. The bathroom was very dated and needs completely replacing. The breakfast was delicious as was the evening meal. We will definitely eat there again and would stay again too.
Conveniently situated on the Filey to Malton road this pub has a motel style 2 storey block of rooms. Initial impression pulling into car park was of a rather run down pub building and accommodation block. Once inside, the room was large, but clearly cheaply furnished. One faux leather picture frame was losing the faux leather. The bathroom extraction fan cover could do with a de-fluff, and generally the whole room is in need of some tlc. The heating wasn't on, and this was raised with the owner, but it didn't come on at all during our stay. We ate at the pub and both starters and mains were delicious and generously portioned. Food prices were reasonable as were drinks. We were served a good breakfast the following morning in the rear conservatory. Each table is allocated to a room and the room number is displayed on the table. I thought that was a good idea, but it didn't seem to go down well with a group of visiting golfers some of who made a bit of a mountain out of a molehill about it - a bit comical really. We paid £65 b+b on a Saturday night which I consider very reasonable. They can fry a well cooked egg which is more than a lot of places can do, it just needs a bit of a spruce.
I choose this inn as it was next door to Ganton golf course. Ideally located. Also enjoyed the great beer on draft. Very friendly staff. Room was large and comfortable. I didn't have an evening meal but there were plenty of visitors eating. The inn was also popular for walkers.
We booked this place as it was cheap and hopeful cheerful and we wernt disappointed. We paid £65 for B+B for two which was exceptional value. Yes it's dated but was spotlessly clean and reminded us of when we lived in an old terraced house. We booked a twin room and got a room with a double bed and bathroom with shower and an adjoining single room with single bed and sink, we had a TV and tea and coffee facilities. What is fab about this place is it's good food and it's reasonable prices, we had fish and chips and curry, came served with a portion of fresh vegetables at no extra cost. There was alot of choice on the menu. Deserts looked delicious too but we were really full so asked if we could take them up to our room for later. We got strawberry shortcake and cheeseboard. Breakfast was lovely, served in the conservatory, cereals, fruit, yoghurt and a full english. Staff were very friendly and welcoming. If you want a cheap place to stay in an old but clean building where you can get an excellent meal all within a budget then I'd highly recommend this place.
Stayed for one night on our way to goth weekend in Whitby . Our room was large , comfortable and had meal in pubs own restaraunt which was good quality and value for money . This was our 3rd stay at greyhound and won't be last .
We stayed here for one night and it was lovely. We were showed to our family room (no 17) and it was massive and an interconnecting room. This was wonderful for us with two boys. Everything was spotlessly clean. There is some traffic noise from this room but we didn't notice as we live on a busy road. We had our evening meal in the resturant and the food was fantastic, every single bite. The staff are all so friendly and cant do enough for you. In the morning three of us had a lovely cooked breakfast, coffee, toast and cereals. ( not me, I was too full from the tea the night before). This is a wonderful place to stay, thank you for your hospitality.
Great food and good staff. Have been twice in last three months, Booked in for 7pm. Arrived both times at 6-45 and gave in our orders. Had to ask when our meals would be ready after waiting over and hour. Both times. Both times we were told they were having trouble with kitchen staff. It's a shame because it is a nice place and meal.
My wife and I stayed here for one night, midweek during walking the yorkshire wolds way. The staff are very good, very attentive, friendly, efficient and polite. The food I also found of a good standard and reasonably priced, I'd definitely eat here again when in the area. The room (8) was comfy but dated and was missing the finer details (bathroom door didn't properly close, tv remote didn't with so had to stand on stool to use buttons). Saying that it was busy and had a nice atmosphere around the place. Would've been a 4 star but the noise if doors banging etc during night wasn't the best.
We stayed one night at the start of our Yorkshire touring holiday. Received a friendly welcome and were taken to our accommodation which was just across from The Greyhound. There are a number of separate rooms in a block. Some are reached by steps so any mobility difficulties would need to be pointed out when booking. Very pleased with our spacious room (we stayed in No. 10) which also had a separate single bedroom plus its own tv. This would be perfect for an accompanying older child/teenager or other relative. We had a very quiet night despite being close to the main road. We ate in the pub for dinner and were very impressed with the surroundings, service and food - apparently the ale was also excellent! Reasonable prices for a wide range of pub grub. I had a lovely steak and ale pie and my husband had the home made shepherds pie. Breakfast was equally good. Would definitely recommend. Parking available.
We stayed for two nights my partner arrived with Daughter in law and Grandson mid afternoon, after driving over from Lytham st annes to find the Greyhound closed. She rang the guest bell to be given a key and shown the room. My Son and i arrived later at 19.45 to have dinner which i have to say was excellent. The room was very basic and in need of updating. They have 17 rooms but close about 14.30 each afternoon even on a Saturday so any guests arriving after 14.30 maybe after a long journey can not get a drink or a meal or snack. Meals do not start until 18.30 at night.
- Free breakfast
- Free in-room WiFi
- Onsite dining
- Health club
Located in Ganton within a short walk of Ganton Golf Club, The Ganton Greyhound is within 2 miles (3 km) of Wolds Way Golf. This 3.5-star inn has 17 rooms and welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a health club. Scampston Walled Garden is also within a 15-minute drive.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.
All 17 rooms provide coffee makers and phones. Guests can expect to find TVs and stay connected with free WiFi.
A health club, conference space, and express check-in are featured at The Ganton Greyhound. Staff members can answer questions about accommodations, and also provide a safe deposit box at the front desk. This inn also has express check-out.
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72% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 236 reviews