Self-catering holidays in York & Yorkshire - UK

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We Provide

Bath towels
Hand Towels
Tea, Coffee & Sugar
Shampoo/Conditioner
Dish and Hand Soap
Dishes and Cutlery
Pots & Pans
Bedding & Pillows
WiFi
Smart TV & Netflix
Bluetooth Speaker
Children's Toys
Washing Machine
Fridge/Freezer
Oven/Hobs
Kettle
Microwave
4 Slice Toaster
Constant heating & hot water
 
 

What To Bring

Your favourite hairdryer (just in case ours has done a Houdini).
A tablet or smart phone for our tourist guide email (sent on day of arrival).
 

What Not To Bring

Pets - sorry, we are hypoallergenic
Vikings/Romans/Anglo Saxons
 

House Rules

No parties/unauthorised guests, thank you.
No smoking anywhere inside the property/building.
Please wash off makeup before going to bed (not always possible to remove from bedding).
Please be respectful of other residents (noise/entering and leaving the property etc).
 

Professionally Cleaned

We use a local cleaning company, who follow Covid cleaning protocols and risk assessments.
 Bed linen and towels are provided.
 

Verified Reviews

We hope to provide you with a very positive experience, please read our previous guest experiences below.
 
 

We love Yorkshire!

 

York is a historic City nestled in North Yorkshire, packed full of brilliant tourist locations, and just two hours by train from Leeds, Manchester and Edinburgh.
 
Voted as Britain's best place to live by the Sunday Times, it's one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK.
 
Plan a day of culture, history, shopping or simply immerse yourself in the winding and cobbled snickelways and streets of York.
 
York has an outstanding park and ride system and a double bonus of a pedestrianised city centre.
 
This is no ordinary city centre, home to York Minster, the largest of its kind in Europe, York's treasured stone masterpiece will take your breath away.
With the protective walls proudly encasing the city, the modern and the old work together in perfect synergy as visitors enjoy walking around the town centre and soaking up the past, admiring great architecture and dining in excellent restaurants and traditional (sometimes haunted) pubs.
 
Our places to stay are the perfect retreat at the end of a busy day of exploration.

 

Best things to do in York

 

York offers an abundance of places to visit, it's a city that breathes animated history, and you will want to know more and more the longer you stay here.
 
Firstly, you cannot miss the glorious Minster with its elegant presence, with its criss-cross purposeful footsteps walking past it from morning to dusk.
 
If you enjoy walking as much as scenic views, the York city walls envelope the city in a protective embrace. They originate from Roman times and make York to be Britain's most complete historic wall. You can walk its full length or choose one or two sections if your legs need warming up.

 
Located in the city centre itself is the famous Shambles street, the preserved Elizabethan buildings blinking like eyelids onto the passing tourists down below. Once a street for butchers, it is now a street peppered with beautiful jewellery stores, chocolate shops and various magical stores.

 

 
These are just a few of the wonders in store waiting for you, not to mention a plethora of churches, Clifford's tower, the Merchant Adventurers' Hall and more.

 

York's biggest attractions, shops and award winning restaurants await!