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Hotel 53 York
Modern 100 bedroomed hotel centrally situated for both business and leisure travellers, within the historic city walls. Footsteps away from Theatres and Yorks famous historic attractions. This glassfronted 6 storey hotel is furnished in a warm minimalistic style. All bedrooms have pay video, games console,hospitality tray and large walk in shower rooms. Disabled rooms are available. The Restaurant offers an extensive menu to suit all budgets, dine early before sampling Yorks nightlife or enjoy relaxing in our bar area before taking a later candlelit dinner. Conference suites with air conditioning, natural daylight, ISDN video conferenceing and wireless internet access are available for both Day/24 hour meetings.
Old Vicarage Hotel Selby
Only 25 minutes south of York on the A19, this lovely old Vicarage, with large gardens and private parking, has 10 en-suite room and is only one mile from exit 34 of the M62. It is also just 10 minutes from Selby. The Old Vicarage is a beautifully furnished period house set on the edge of the village overlooking the fields to the ancient church. Well located just off the M62 and A19 for both business and leisure requirements - easy access to York, Hull, Leeds, Goole, Selby, Doncaster Etc. Full English breakfast served overlooking the gardens and local pubs offer excellent evening meals - there is also meeting room for informal gatherings. Ideal for visiting York Races and Pontefract Races. Ample parking at the hotel and an easy drive into both race courses. When visiting York it is very easy to leave your car at the popular McArthur Glen outlet stores where the A19 crosses the A64 and take the Park & Ride bus into the city and so avoid parking problems
Worsley Arms Hotel York
Boasting a number of delightful private rooms, the decor and open log fires create the peace and tranquility sought by the discerning traveller. Food is undoubtedly a highlight. Our chefs, with a wealth of local produce on our door-step, aim to combine the best of traditional and modern cooking with presentation that reflects an individual style. The food can be enjoyed in the Restaurant or in the more informal Cricketers Bistro. PLEASE NOTE: A £70 deposit is taken.
Elmbank Hotel York
Situated close to the historic city of York, within easy access of the North York Moors, Herriot Country and the picturesque North East coastline, the Elmbank Hotel provides an ideal base for all visitors whether travelling on business or pleasure. Designed by architects J. B. & W. Atksinson and built around 1870, the Elmbank is a non-smoking city hotel with a country house atmosphere. Murals, frescoes, a magnificent oak staircase leading to a gallery with stained glass windows are just a few of the fine examples of art nouveau introduced in the interior of the hotel by George Walton, follower of Charles Rennie Macintosh. Each of the 63 comfortable bedrooms including 15 rooms in the adjacent Elmbank Lodge is equipped with modern amenities. The hotel has a ballroom which is ideal for weddings, private functions and dinner dances, catering for up to 200 guests. The Fully equipped Conference Suites can accommodate between 2 and 100 delegates, for meetings, seminars and exhibitions.
Heworth Court Hotel York
Not part of a chain, this little gem of a hotel is highly recommended. Only twelve minutes walk from York Minster, ample private parking is provided at no extra cost. If you dont want to walk to the medieval city centre, then simply hop on the shuttlebus outside the hotel. Popular whisky bar open all day serving a good range of drinks and draft beers. Rooms are located around the main building, stone-flagged courtyard, and in a nearby late-Georgian annex. Broadband internet access is provided in the lobby, and free Wi-fi. Special Christmas and New Year Breaks available. Superior rooms (similar to those pictured) may be available for a little extra, subject to availability.
Ramada Hotel York
One of the most historic cities in England, York was the battle ground for the Roman, Viking and Norman invasions. It is rife with historic treasures with all the luxuries of the modern day…take a step back into yesteryear at Jorvik, the Viking Centre or a look into the vivid lives of those in the York Dungeon. The Ramada York is an impressive country house standing within 6 acres of grounds and is a great place to explore the delights of the area. Come and see for yourself what everybody was fighting over!