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  • Hotel Indigo York

    Hotel Indigo York

    York City Centre, York

    With a high quality fresh design, Hotel Indigo York offers boutique guest rooms in the centre of York. Rooms are air conditioned and free WiFi is accessible throughout. Wow the hotel was so so clean and a lovely room. Staff were nice and helped us to find places as it was our first time in York. Would definitely recommend and would definitely stay again!

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    Avg. price/night: £89
    9.1 Superb 2,862 reviews
  • The Mount Royale Hotel & Spa

    The Mount Royale Hotel & Spa

    York

    The Mount Royale Hotel offers 24 bedrooms all with wireless internet, there is also a bar with a coal fire and a restaurant offering locally sourced produce. Welcoming staff, charming rooms - large with pale elegant furnishings and breakfast was delicious with attentive staff. Better than my expectations and would recommend .

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    Avg. price/night: £110
    9.2 Superb 1,197 reviews
  • The Minster Hotel

    The Minster Hotel

    York

    The Minster Hotel offers cooked breakfasts, free WiFi and elegant rooms. Breakfast, parking, location, cleanliness, friendly staff

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    Avg. price/night: £84
    9.1 Superb 2,219 reviews
  • Dean Court Hotel; BW Premier Collection

    Dean Court Hotel; BW Premier Collection

    York City Centre, York

    Opposite York Minster, and less than 200 metres from York city centre, is the Dean Court Hotel Best Western Premier Collection. Local produce is served in the AA rosette winning D.C.H. Lovely welcoming and helpful staff, always smiling no matter what time of the day. Comfy beds, and an array of pillows to choose from. Perfectly located for all the sights & shopping of York

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    Avg. price/night: £85.50
    9.1 Superb 1,245 reviews
  • Judge's Lodging

    Judge's Lodging

    York City Centre, York

    Judges Lodging - a Thwaites Inn of Character is a small, elegant Grade I listed Georgian town house that overlooks York Minster. It boasts 3 bars and rooms with free Wi-Fi and an iPod dock. This hotel is rated 5 stars at Booking.com, and they did really live up to the standard during our stay. The lodging itself, from 1711 originally, is rich on culture and history, buildings appropriately restored- and the service was excellent. We had dinner both days in the restaurant, which offers some recommendable specialities. We booked a superior room, No 11, - which IS superior. Far beyond expectations. Highly recommended.

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    Avg. price/night: £119
    9.0 Superb 1,106 reviews
  • The Grand Hotel & Spa

    The Grand Hotel & Spa

    York City Centre, York

    The 5-star Grand Hotel & Spa offers stylish rooms and a luxury vaulted spa. The staff and the size of the rooms Brian

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    Avg. price/night: £125.10
    9.3 Superb 3,576 reviews

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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 Centre, 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 30 minutes’ drive away is Castle Howard, a stately home with over 1000 acres of grounds.

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