SelbyCopyright Stanley Walker

Selby at the southern end of the Vale of York is a solid old market town on the River Ouse, crossed here by an old toll bridge in the centre but also by the A19 bypassing the town which has a magnificent abbey church... Read More

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Hotels in Selby - 3 places to stay

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New Country Inns Selby

New Country Inns Selby

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A modern friendly hotel, located on the A63 Selby Bypass, only 3/4 of a mile from the town centre. Our hotel also has a bar and family restaurant with a children's ... More

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Royal Oak Inn Hotel

Royal Oak Inn Hotel
The Royal Oak Inn Hotel is located in the rural village of Hirst Courtney. We are less 3 miles from Carlton Towers. The Royal Oak Inn is a welcoming Hotel with its friendly staff features ... More | visit website

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Londesborough Hotel (0.18 miles)

Londesborough Hotel

This former Coaching Inn is superbly situated in the heart of the town in the Market Place next to the Abbey. The hotel, like Selby itself, promises visitors old world charm and every modern amenity. ... More | visit website

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The Park View (3.38 miles)

The Park View
The Park View offers a range of accommodation to suit every need, from single bed, to double or twin bed, or family room. All seven bedrooms have recently been refurbished. The rooms are charmingly ... More | visit website
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Cawood Guest House (4.02 miles)

Cawood Guest House
We are a newly opened small,friendly Home from Home offering comfortable,spotless accommodation and comprehensive breakfast menu..OUR NIGHTLY RATE FOR 1 GUEST IS JUST HALF FULL ROOM RATE..NO SINGLE SUPPLEMENT! Situated in the peaceful,historic village of Cawood,backing ... More | visit website
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Owl Hotel (4.04 miles)

Owl Hotel

The Owl Hotel at Selby, near York, is a traditional pub with 22 high quality hotel rooms, located in the pleasant village of Hambleton on the outskirts of Selby. Inside the pub you will find ... More | visit website

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Cawood Park (4.75 miles)

Click here to learn about and book this Hoseasons resort. ... More | visit website

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Old Vicarage Hotel (5.98 miles)

Old Vicarage Hotel

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Just 25 minutes south of York on the A19, the Old Vicarage, with en suite rooms, large gardens and private parking, is only 1 mile from exit 34 of the M62. ... More

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Black Bull Inn (6.52 miles)

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 ... More | visit website
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Black Bull Inn (6.52 miles)

Black Bull Inn

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Traditional country Inn situated in the picturesque village of Escrick. The rooms are quaint and full of character, ideal for a peaceful overnight stay or a few days in the ... More

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Carlton Towers (6.71 miles)

Carlton Towers
Carlton Towers is a magnificent stately home, first recorded in the Domesday Book. Set in acres of parkland, this historic country house offers superb luxury accommodation with 13 double bedrooms, 2 twins and a single. ... More | visit website
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Parsonage Country House Hotel (6.75 miles)

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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