We stayed in The Priory hotel for 2 nights over the Scorton village festival weekend, lovely place, fantastic food and really well looked after.
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The food was outstanding, but the service was underwhelming and slow. Atmosphere was unusual but never the less a good pub. Very quite and they seem to have very odd opening times especially for evening meals.
We have visited this establishment a few times and have never been disappointed. Lovely friendly staff and gorgeous surroundings. A perfect Sunday afternoon x
We have many lovely meals at the Priory and decided to celebrate our wedding anniversary in this lovely restaurant... we were not dissappointed...as usual the standard of food was excellent, the staff were friendly and attentive and the lovely warm and inviting atmosphere made everything...More
We have visited the café /bar most weeks for the past few months for breakfast at weekend it has been excellent. We decided to visit for an evening meal.My husband had a starter which was OK we then waited 40 minutes for our main course.My...More
We had a pod booked for the weekend and wanted to find somewhere to eat when we arrived. We ended up in The Priory in Scorton. We had "nibbles" to start with followed by steak. Thesteak came with Garston blue cheese which was gorgeous. We...More
After a 250 mile journey north, ending up in The Priory restaurant in this tiny village was a pleasant relief. The hotel manager was serving and some hearty food with accompanying drinks were quickly served. Service was polite, decorous but friendly, in fact very typical...More
I visited the Priory quite recently after going on a leisurely walk through Scorton with family. The restaurant welcomes all comers from cyclists and walkers to more formal guests. The food was absolutely amazing and presented perfectly in the newly 'done up' Priory which looks...More
Arrived with family initially to eat at the Barn, but my powers of persuasion succeeded and we ate in the Priory. I enjoyed the char grilled chicken with skinny fries, don't mistake these for the train wreck they call "fries" at McDonald's, these are the...More