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Four High Petergate Hotel & Bistro
2 - 4 High Petergate
York
North Yorkshire

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Our Hotel is different. Four High Petergate is not merely close to Yorkıs ancient history, but part of it. In the wake of the Minster, Four High Petergate is one of the cityıs finest restaurants with rooms, offering guests a delightful culinary experience and a beautiful place to stay in magnificent York.

The twelve bedrooms of our four-storey 18th Century Town House are all individually designed and furnished. If you fancy staying in The Attic you can almost touch the cityıs walls from the roof light! Staircases and flagged floor corridors are everywhere and The Parlour and The Buttery are the two dining rooms of our renowned restaurant. Our garden wall is medieval and from the Terrace there is no better view of York Minster.

If youıre flying into Leeds Bradford Airport, the de Bretton Executive Guest Shuttle will collect you and take you back, with our compliments.

We also provide a free collection and drop off service at York Railway Station for all our guests.

For those looking for an entirely different place to stay, Four High Petergate must be at the top of the list.

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