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It isn't really fair to evaluate a place on Mother's Day, being one of he busiest restaurant days of the year. A brunch is--well--a brunch. Many dishes of which most people don't get their money's worth. I cannot eat $34 worth of food in bulk....More
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Response from Erika-HHMarketing, Marketing Coordinator at Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference CenterResponded 10 May 2016
Thank you for taking the time to review us! We're glad you were impressed with our grounds, but we're sorry you did not enjoy certain aspects of our annual brunch. We appreciate all comments & concerns and will be sure to use these thoughts to...More
Nice driving range and 2 available golf courses. rooms had a refrigerator and microwave. Nice too bring own snacks. Outdoor pub seating was very pleasant. Bathrooms were a little small. You have to signup for wifi every day.
Thank Ann C
Response from Erika-HHMarketing, Manager at Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference CenterResponded 9 May 2016
We're happy to hear you enjoyed your time with us! Thank you for taking the time to share your experience.
The hotel is outside east York and is sited very close to a pretty major road. We were on the street side - so that noise was pretty constant. In addition, the doors are paper thin so you hear everything in the hallway. Rooms, showers...More
The hotel is first rate. The rooms are large, comfortable, clean and modern. The hotel staff is professional and customer centric.
The restaurants are nice and the food is good. The wait staff is also excellent .
The golf course is fun. While not long...More
I stay in this hotel because of a big snow storm and was difficult for me to go home all the way in Hanover Pa. Since the reservation to the sleeping room, to the dinner at OAK. com restaurant to the breakfast buffet the next...More
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Response from Melissa H, Public Relations Manager at Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference CenterResponded 28 March 2016
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us.
We are happy that you had a pleasant stay and that we were able to keep you safe during the winter storm.
We hope you will choose to stay with us again in...More
US$ 140 - US$ 576 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#3 Business Hotel in York
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The Harley Davidson factory is about 5 miles north and offers tours. My in-laws are not bikers, but they had a lot of fun. York has a minor league baseball team that plays in the historic downtown (the Articles of... More
The Harley Davidson factory is about 5 miles north and offers tours. My in-laws are not bikers, but they had a lot of fun. York has a minor league baseball team that plays in the historic downtown (the Articles of Confederation were drafted in York, so there are historical markers and buildings from pre-Revolutionary War).
Gettysburg National Park is 35 miles west. Hershey, PA (35 miles north) has an amusement park and chocolate exhibits. Codorus State Park (25 miles southwest) offers all the classic summer fishing/hiking/boating recreations around a big lake. Several museums (e.g. watches/clocks and railroads) are in and around historic Lancaster town (25 miles east).
And yes, Lancaster county has tourist-friendly Amish and Mennonite sites and shopping (produce, dairy, woodworking, antiques, textiles). But if it's summer, I'd recommend just getting lost on back roads to the east and south of Lancaster town. That's the Pennsylvania Dutch land that is so pretty--highways 23, 340, 772, and anything smaller than those. And watch out for horse-drawn buggies on the roads!