York

York is one of Englandís finest cities. It would be easy to spend a full week visiting the historic attractions and fascinating museums and still not exhaust their number. And it has another side too, offering fine shopping and a huge range of restaurants local, international, traditional, and hip... Read More

York Events

February
Jorvik Viking Festival
March
York Schools Choral Festival
April
York Chocolate Festival
York Open Studios
May
Battlegroup North & Military Wheels & Wings
Great Ouseburn Spring Festival
June
From Hamlet to Hollywood: the Diamond Jubilee Celebration
Inspirations STEM Education Challenge
York Cycle Show
July
Eco-Dating
Rolls Royce Enthusiastics Club Driving Day
York Early Music Festival
York Stamp & Coin Fair
August
Ebor Festival Meeting
Nunthorpe Stakes
Yorkshire Airshow
September
Allied Air Forces Memorial Day
Continental Market
World Ploughing Contest
York Festival of Food and Drink
York Festival of Traditional Dance
York Food & Drink Festival
York National Book Fair
October
Ghost Festival
SightSonic Digital Arts Festival
November
Aesthetica Short Film Festival
Remembrance Sunday
St Nicholas Fayre
December
Christmas at the Castle
Festival of Angels
St Nicholas Fayre
York Early Music Christmas Festival
York Minster Christmas Carol Concerts
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Parsonage Country House Hotel

Parsonage Country House Hotel
This 19th-century, former parsonage has been carefully restored and extended to provide delightful accommodation, set in well-tended gardens. Bedrooms are smartly appointed and well equipped both for business and leisure guests. Spacious public ... More | visit website
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Express by Hi Clifton

Express by Hi Clifton
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Coach House Hotel

Coach House Hotel

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Charming 300 year old Coaching Inn. Very close to York Minster and all main attractions whilst enjoying a quiet position down a side road.Privately owned by Julie Thomson who ensures a ... More

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Hotel Noir

Hotel Noir
Hotel Noir is a 3 storey hotel located in central York. It is undergoing major refurbishment to ensure an exceptional accommodation experience in the beautiful historic city of York.The hotel is located on Clifton Green ... More | visit website
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Hotel 53

Hotel 53

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Centrally situated and within the historic city walls, this modern, 100-bedroom hotel is ideal for all travellers, and features a restaurant offering an extensive menu to suit all budgets. Located in the ... More

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Royal York Hotel

Royal York Hotel
Nestling beneath the city's ancient walls in beautifully kept gardens with stunning views of York Minster, this magnificent Victorian building has recently undergone a major £7 million refurbishment programme to offer the ultimate in luxury ... More | Double Room: £69 | visit website
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Hedley House Hotel

Hedley House Hotel

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Hedley House Hotel is situated in a quiet residential area, within an easy 8-minute walk of the centre of York.
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Ramada Jarvis Abbey Park

Ramada Jarvis Abbey Park
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The Ramada Jarvis Abbey Park, once a Georgian town house, is just 5 minutes walk from the city centre. It's a short drive to ... More
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The Lighthorseman

The Lighthorseman

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The Lighthorseman is a beautifully restored Victorian pub and B&B, including many of its original features, ideally situated for the many attractions of York.

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Acer Hotel

Acer Hotel

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This licensed, award-winning B&B with parking is located on a quiet residential street only 10 minutesí walk from the city and racecourse, and 15 minutesí walk from the station.

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