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County - North Yorkshire | Map
Tel code: 01347 | code search
Postcode: YO61 | code search
Population: 1000
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Chombeys
"Good Points: Friendly staff and local pub (Across the road) was a delight, the locals invited us into their darts game, we were all on first names and a great ..." More

Chombeys
"easy to find from a19 york. warm welcome from the owners! the accomadation was well presented, clean, and spacious! beautiful furnature in the largest room (we stayed in the largest ..." More

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Once a market town, granted its charter by Henry II in 1256, Tollerton is now a village of about 1,000 inhabitants. Situated in the lovely Vale of York, Tollerton is roughly in the centre of a triangle formed by York, Knaresborough and Thirsk. While there are no markets these days, the link to Henry IIís days is maintained through holding an annual fair, as it was chartered to do three-quarters of a millennium ago. This takes place on the village green as it may have done all those years ago when the first was held. Something else that seems timeless is the pretty River Ouse that runs by the village, offering some views of natural charm. This is a village that has kept its village shop and post office, a church, and two hostelries. In a neat demonstration of the old and the new, one of them - an 18th century coaching inn of some character - is a traditional place complete with tap room, and the other has embraced change and houses a Chinese restaurant. Within about six miles of York, Tollerton also has plenty of attractions closer to hand. Beningbrough Hall, the Roman town and Devilís Arrows at Boroughbridge, and Sutton Park are all a short drive away along country lanes.

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Chombeys (0.08 miles)

Chombeys

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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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Burn Hall Classic Hotel (2.07 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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Aldwark Manor (2.77 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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George Hotel (3.58 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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The Durham Ox (4.85 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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Old Granary House (5.43 miles)

Old Granary House

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Old Granary House is a restored farm building, full of character. It is situated just off the A59 roughly halfway between Harrogate and York. The house is set in south ... More

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Ramada York (6.31 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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The Willows Bed & Breakfast (6.56 miles)

The Willows Bed & Breakfast
Spectacular lake views, luxurious rooms, full English Breakfast, en-suite and free on-site parking. You will find yourself in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside but yet only 4 miles from York City Centre. with ... More | visit website
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The Old Rectory (6.71 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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Red Lion Inn Motel (7.03 miles)

We are a small friendly hotel on the outskirts of York, but close enough to be able to access all that York and the surrounding area has to offer. York Racecourse is only 10 minutes ... More | visit website

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