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Postcode: YO61 | code search
Population: 1100
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The village of Huby is perfectly located for those wanting to visit some of Yorkshire’s greatest attractions. The Dales are a short drive to the west, North York Moors closer still to the north, and the magnificent city of York just 11 miles south. York is one of the most visited cities in the country, its attractions including the railway museum and the Jorvik Viking experience, but offering great retail therapy and fine gastronomy too. Huby is a pretty village of some contrasts: there are tiny and characterful stone cottages, and a magnificent Victorian mansion - Burn Hall - now employed as a country house hotel. If busy York is not to your taste, three of the county’s great stately homes are within easy striking distance. Sutton Park is a fifteen minute stroll away, with a delightful fernery within its grounds, and important pottery collections in the 18th century hall. Beningborough Hall, another 18th century gem, is five miles distant, its exhibitions of portrait painting drawing visitors from all over the world. And Newburgh Priory is only seven miles away, with fine topiary and a celebrated water garden. Within Huby itself a little rest and relaxation can be had at the two pubs, The Star and The New Inn, especially justified after some walking in the pleasant countryside around the village, which though in easy reach of the A19 and the B1363, is far enough from both to let you forget the outside world.

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Burn Hall Classic Hotel (1.34 miles)

Burn Hall Classic Hotel

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Burn Hall Hotel is currently undergoing a £4.3 million refurbishment transforming it into a high quality hotel due to complete August 2007. This Victorian mansion house is set amidst 8 ... More

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The Durham Ox (3.03 miles)

AA Pub of the Year 2007-2008 - The Publican Freehouse of The Year 2008 - Good Pub Guide 2009 Yorkshire Pub of the Year Yorkshire Life Tradional Pub of the Year 2009 - White Rose Award ... More | visit website
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Chombeys (3.46 miles)


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Chombeys is a stylish farmhouse, overlooking the village green at Tollerton- only 15 minutes from York City. The village is in the heart of the Vale of York and just ... More

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George Hotel (3.46 miles)

George Hotel

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Family owned and managed inn overlooking pretty Georgian Market Square, offering a warm welcome, fine food, real ales and good accommodation. All rooms ensuite with welcome tray and TV/radio/telephone. Log fires ... More

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Ramada York (6.05 miles)

Ramada York

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Immersed within 6 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, this elegant 18th century manor house provides a haven of peace and tranquillity in the picturesque Yorkshire countryside. The ideal base from which to ... More

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Aldwark Manor (6.15 miles)

Aldwark Manor

Incorporating an invigorating mix of old and new styles, Aldwark Manor is a great place to stay close to York and Harrogate. Set in 100 acres of parkland on the River Ure with its own ... More | visit website

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Thompson Arms Holiday Cottages (6.80 miles)

Thompson Arms Holiday Cottages
Thompson Arms Holiday Lets offers three recently completed one bedroom cottages, self catering holiday accommodation in North Yorkshire. The Cottages are family friendly, sleeping up to four.

Situated in relaxing victorian cobbled courtyard complex (formerly ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn York North West (7.10 miles)

Premier Inn York North West
Ideally situated within easy reach of the A64, A1(M), M1 and commuter links to Leeds. This hotel also makes a great location for travel to Scarborough and the east coast. For shops and local amenities ... More | visit website
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The Old Rectory (7.33 miles)

The Old Rectory
The Old Rectory is a Grade II Listed 18th Century Georgian residence which was built in 1737 with a later addition built in 1786. Part of the building housed what was a music room for ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn York North (7.42 miles)

Premier Inn York North
Located on York business park within easy reach of the historic city of York. For evening entertainment there are lots of bars and restaurants within 10 minutes drive of this hotel. Nearby there is a ... More | visit website

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