Petergate House is a three-storey townhouse, just minutes' walk from the city walls of York. With four bedrooms, two on the first and two on the second floor, including two with en-suite facilities, it sleeps eight comfortably. There is also a family bathroom, a ground floor cloakroom, a kitchen and a sitting room with dining area. Outside there is roadside parking and use of shared gardens with furniture. With York, the Yorkshire Dales and the seaside resorts of Filey, Scarborough and Whitby, easily accessible, Petergate House is a great base.
The city of York is a wonderful town, with a huge array of activities. Once known as Jorvik, this vibrant town was a major Viking centre of commerce and boasts a huge selection of architecture from a variety of historical periods. From the city walls to the charming shopping street known as The Shambles, York has something for everybody. There are various cruises available down the river Ouse and visitors can enjoy the National Railway Museum, the Castle Museum and Betty’s Tea Rooms – home of Yorkshire Tea and an incredibly unique mirror from the Second World War on which service men visiting the café could write their names with a diamond-tipped ‘pen’. Further afield are the Yorkshire Dales and Moors as well as the coastal resorts of Scarborough, Whitby and Filey, making this an incredibly diverse destination.