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Population: 2700
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The village of Fulford is these days more or less a part of York, though retaining a distinct identity, just a couple of miles south of the city centre. Access is easy, as the settlement is just off the A64 ring-road. The Battle of Fulford took place in the area on September 20 1066, where Harold’s forces in the North were defeated by the Viking army of Harald Hardrada and King Harold’s treacherous brother Tostig. Though the Vikings were defeated shortly afterwards at Stamford Bridge the loss at Fulford was significant – had the Vikings lost at Fulford Harold’s own army would have been less exhausted at Hastings. Fulford, its population 2595 in 2001, is a pleasant village inhabited by many staff of the nearby University of York, and it enjoys a great position with the championship golf course to the east, and York racecourse to the west. Fulford golf course has a tenuous link with Augusta National and the Masters – when it moved to the current site in the thirties the course was designed by Charles Mackenzie who was the brother of Alister Mackenzie, co-designer with Bobby Jones of the Masters course. The River Ouse lies to the west of the settlement, a Millennium project footbridge linking the village with the other side of the river. There is a Sustrans cycle path in the area along the disused York-Selby railway line, with a 10km layout of the solar system laid out along it.


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Moddershall Oaks (1.87 miles)

Moddershall Oaks

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Set in over 70 acres of some of Staffordshires most beautiful countryside Moddershall Oaks is a stunning base to operate from. Offering luxury Spa breaks, ... More

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Weather Vane (2.23 miles)

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Situated in the heart of the potteries and close to Alton Towers, a halfway house for any journey north or south. A lodge with conference facilities, 180 seater restaurant and lounge ... More

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Weathervane New Lodge (2.41 miles)

Weathervane New Lodge

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The Weathervane is situated on the A50 in Stoke on Trent and has both good links with the M1 and M6.Being only 7 miles from ... More

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Castle Moat House (3.00 miles)

Castle Moat House

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This unique and wonderful turreted castle, dating from 1550 and brought up to date with great style, boasts luxurious and extremely spacious accommodation with romantic appeal. Divided ... More

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The Olde Chapel (3.63 miles)

The Olde Chapel

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Set on a country lane just 4 miles from the thrills of Alton Towers and beautiful Dimmingdale, this delightful, smartly furnished and romantic chapel conversion lies amidst ... More

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Crown Hotel (4.07 miles)

Crown Hotel

Originally an 18th century coaching inn, The Crown is situated in the centre of the canal town of Stone, with easy access from M6 junctions 14 and 15. The hotel has 28 individually furnished rooms, all ... More | visit website

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Crown and Anchor (4.35 miles)

Crown and Anchor

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The Crown and Anchor is located in Longton, one of the seven towns that makes up Stoke on Trent. The Crown and Anchor offers basic budget no frills bed and ... More

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Crown Hotel (4.59 miles)

Crown Hotel

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The origins of The Crown Hotel go back to the early 1800 with the present building being built in 1887 The hotel provides friendly service with no frills comfortable accommodations at ... More

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Stone House Hotel (4.60 miles)

Stone House Hotel

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Originally a country house, the Stone House Hotel has been tastefully restored in traditional style to provide a charming and serene environment. With beautiful gardens with an attractive patio area, guest ... More

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The Manor (4.63 miles)

The Manor

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Centrally located just 5 miles from Alton Towers and 9 miles from Uttoxeter racecourse, Cheadle is just 8 miles from Stoke and Leek and 10 from Stone. The Manor was ... More

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