B and Bs in York

Ashbourne House
139 Fulford Road
North Yorkshire

YO10 4HG | View map

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The city of York not only hosts a wealth of shops, itís also steeped in history and proudly holds every ounce of its heritage all within its famous city walls. Whether you visit to sample the historical delights or popular visitor attractions, Ashbourne House makes for an ideal base in which to begin your exploration.

Seven tastefully furnished bedrooms combine convenience with comfortable living perfectly. All rooms have a TV, Coffee/Tea making facilities, Trouser press and direct dial telephones. We also have Wi-Fi access allowing free internet access. Clock radios are in all rooms. Bose sound docks are available in most rooms. Ipod available on request. The family room has access to a PS2 with a choice of games. As an exclusive member of Deliciously Yorkshire, breakfast is assured quality with a minimum of 5 ingredients on the menu sourced from within Yorkshire and Humber. Expect the tastiest breakfast to start your day with food locally sourced from free range farms.

Off street car parking is provided and guests may leave their cars in the car park whilst visiting the city of York. The centre of York is a pleasant 15 minute riverside stroll away, and for those who wish to conserve their energy for sightseeing, there is a frequent bus service into the city centre.

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Ratings/Awards: AA / VisitBritain 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 6 + 1 private bathroom

Price per Room:

Double: £60 - £70
Twin: £60 - £70
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