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Black Bull Inn
Main St

North Yorkshire

YO19 6JP | View map

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Black Bull Inn is ideally situated between York and Selby, providing you with good local amenities, as well as lovely traditional foods & beverages from in and around the local, which add to the ambience and atmosphere of this popular local Inn. Here at the Black Bull inn we host a variety of special dinners for our local and holiday guests, to pre-book in advance, for example on Valentine's Day, Mother's Day and Good Friday, which all the family can enjoy.Our rooms are suitable for business cliental, as well as our traditional short break or long break guests simply wanting a break in an environment of wonderful English tradition, which our inn provides to all. We boast full internet access free of charge in all rooms and telephones where you can receive calls and make outbound calls charged at normal local rates. All rooms are en-suite and provide tea and coffee making facilities. The Black Bull Inn offers monthly accounts to businesses with regular visitors to the area as well as good deals for guests seeking a break in easy reach of York and the surrounding areas, as we strive to cater for all our customer’s needs.York has a wealth of attractions, so feel free to contact us, or ask at the Black Bull Inn regarding activities and events in and around the local area.Please Note: Non-Smoking, Pets not permitted inside the premises, local parking available and Check-in time: 14:00 Check-out time: 10:00

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