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  • Professional, friendly staff who were very welcoming and helpful. Very comfortable rooms more 4 star standard than 3 star. Would stay there again when in York

    michael, Mature couple from the United Kingdom
  • Free mini bar is a plus , very clean hotel , can't really pick a fault, some may say it's a bit far to walk (10 minutes) to town , but it's not really. We stay in a double room which was as good as some 4 stars ,

    Ivan, Young couple from the United Kingdom
  • Owner nice. Room clean, didn't feel it was a 4 star rating, but on the whole was a comfortable stay.

    Young couple from the United Kingdom
  • Adrian and Ann were warm and welcoming hosts. Their B+B is impeccable and deserves all the 4 stars it is awarded. My room was comfortable, clean and quiet. Despite being near a main road I couldn't hear a peep when it counts most - when sleeping. Breakfasts are a treat. Strongly recommended.

    Alix, Solo traveler from Australia
  • Position, staff (Milka was great), breakfast (selection better than most 3/4 star hotels).

    Irene, Mature couple from the United Kingdom

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The Churchill Hotel Very good 8.1 Big spacious room. Nice breakfast. Helpful staff. Appreciated the lady who helped resolve the bill issue. Convenient location.
Best Western York Pavilion Hotel Very good 8.1 Everything, location is within walking distance of town centre. Hotel is also nice and quiet despite being on a main road. Very stylish beds and room lightings make the rooms very cosy. A lovely experience and if we return to York again, the hotel with certainly be a first choice.
Elmbank Hotel And Lodge Good 7.3 The hotel was lovely and so was the town.
The Newington Hotel Good 7.4 Everything, clean room, hot water, friendly staff.
Best Western Monkbar Hotel Good 7.9 Situated near the heart of York. Perfect inner yard
Middlethorpe Hall & Spa Wonderful 9.2 Excellent value for money. Service was first class. The location was idyllic. Would have stayed longer if time had permitted.
Cedar Court Grand Hotel & Spa Wonderful 9.3 Room and facilities matched the hype!
Judges Lodging Wonderful 9.2 This inn is excellently located right in the city center, 6-7 minutes walking from the train station. Our room was big, quiet and very comfortable, with a view to the garden. The staff is very friendly. The pub and restaurant serves excellent food at very reasonable prices. Wi-fi is free and worked very well.
Middletons Excellent 8.6 The executive rooms had been refurbished to a very hih standard
Hotel 53 Very good 8.2 Nice hotel well run hotel will stay again and recommend to family and friends
The Queens Hotel Good 7.7 Cleanliness of the room and bathroom. Central location, easy to navigate to the town.
The Grange Hotel Very good 8.3 Fab hotel, fab staff,fab rooms
BEST WESTERN PLUS Dean Court Hotel Excellent 8.8 Everything was superb. There was nothing that was not to our liking.
The Minster Hotel Excellent 8.7 Ideal location, comfortable bed and room (quiet), free parking on site, helpful and friendly staff, good breakfast, free wifi.
Guy Fawkes Inn Very good 8.2 Location, staff, suite, view of cathedral, roomy, breakfast, everything.

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    England Through The Ages

    Although abounding in reminders of the past, York is very much a city for the here and now, with excellent shops, bars and restaurants, many along the River Ouse. Surrounding it are the medieval city walls – the longest and best preserved in England – and many of the gates that once allowed access to the city.

    Walk the walls for wonderful views towards the city and towering York Minster. Standing proud on a hill, this cavernous church is the seat of the Archbishop of York, the 2nd highest position in the Church of England.

    A little south is The Shambles, a narrow street with medieval buildings that now house quaint shops. Going further back in time is the Jorvik Center, a fascinating museum showcasing the city’s Viking remains. You can even have a go at archaeology yourself at the DIG excavation pits, with replica finds from York’s Roman, Viking, medieval and Victorian eras.

    Other York attractions include the National Railway Museum, home to the Flying Scotsman and Mallard trains. Around a 30 minute drive away is Castle Howard, a stately home with over 1,000 acres of grounds.

    Leeds-Bradford Airport is the nearest airport, and there is a great range of hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses in York and the outskirts available on

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