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York b&b, guesthouse and hotel accommodation

York in North Yorkshire

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Visit York and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:

York, North Yorkshire. The Romans chose this dry site beside the Ouse for their fortress of Eburacum. Later, the Danes founded a colony here, and the Normans built their fortifications before prosperity came with the medieval wool trade.

The city's history is written in its streets. Four medieval gates lead in through walls, built on Roman foundations, that gird the old city fir 3 miles. Most of the walls are intact and can be followed by a rampart walk. The Ouse flows through the city; narrow streets such as High and Low Petergate link crooked squares and Georgian grace predominates in Micklegate and St Saviourgate. Across the short, narrow Shambles (from the Old English shamel, meaning a slaughterhouse) old timber-framed houses lean towards one another.

There are many small old churches, quaint and often glorious towers and the breathtaking spectacle of the Minster. It took, two-and-a—half centuries, from 1220 to 1470, to complete this poem in stone. Inside, a kaleidoscope of light explodes from windows of medieval stained glass that are among the art treasures of the world.

Nearby cities: Leeds

Nearby towns: Harrogate, Haxby, Knaresborough, Malton, Pocklington, Selby, Tadcaster, Wetherby

Nearby villages: Acaster Malbis, Askham Richard, Beningbrough, Bilbrough, Bishopthorpe, Bolton Percy, Bossall, Copmanthorpe, Earswick, East Cottingwith, Elvington, Escrick, Flaxton, Gate Helmsley, Haxby, Heslington, Hessay, High Catton, Holtby, Knapton, Linton-on-Ouse, Low Catton, Naburn, Nether Poppleton, New Earswick, Newton on Derwent, Newton-on-Ouse, Nun Monkton, Rufforth, Sand Hutton, Stamford Bridge, Stillingfleet, Storwood, Strensall, Sutton upon Derwent, Towton, Ulleskelf, Upper Helmsley, Upper Poppleton, Warthill, Wheldrake

Have you decided to visit York or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:

  • a York bed and breakfast (a York B&B or York b and b)
  • a York guesthouse
  • a York hotel (or motel)
  • a York self-catering establishment, or
  • other York accommodation

Accommodation in York:

Find availability in a York bed and breakfast, also known as B&B or b and b, guesthouse, small hotel, self-catering or other accommodation.

Bull Lodge
We offer good value B&B accommodation. Located in a quiet, tree-lined side-street, a short walk from York's old centre with free private car parking and secure garaging for cycles and motorbikes. We're close to the Barbican Centre, York University, Business Science Park and the Borthwick Institute for Archives. Facilities for wheelchair disabled or the elderly; dog friendly; free WiFi.

Curzon Lodge
Curzon Lodge is a 17th Century Grade II listed house offering bed and breakfast. The house overlooks Knavesmire Racecourse in York. There are 10 rooms available and each has a private bathroom. There is a large private car park for guests. For those looking for country cottage accommodation Stable Cottages are also available.