A lovely spacious contemporary three storey town house located on a quiet private development close to the city centre. Furnished and equipped to a very high standard, the house is just a few minutes walk from the National Railway Museum and York Railway Station and only 10 minutes walk to the city centre with its shops, restaurants, bars, cafes and numerous visitor attractions.
The property has 4 bedrooms. Master double bedroom with en-suite facilities including shower, w.c and hand basin, a further twin bedroom and a single bedroom are all located on the same floor along with the main bathroom. There is also a large ground floor double bedroom with en-suite facilities.
The lounge is located on the first floor with a dining area and seating for 8 people. The fully equipped first floor kitchen also has dining facilities for 4 people.
Outside there is parking for 2 cars and a private rear garden with views over open countryside, very rare for such a centrally located property.
My friends and I loved this apartment to celebrate my 50th, it has everything you need and spotless. Great location too, highly recommend it.
We stayed one week in April 2014 with five women. It was a lovely accommodation, equipped with everything you need for your stay (everything was as described). The city centre of York is only a 15 minute walk away. The contact to the manager was very very good. The photos exactly show how the house looks like. We had a very pleasant stay and would rent the house again if we would come back to York. We like to thank the manager for his care before and during our stay.
York is the jewel in Yorkshire's crown. Voted England's favourite city and a European City Of The Year.. this beautiful walled city has over 2000 years of history. Important to many invaders. Roman fortress of Eboracum, home to the Sixth Victrix legion and the legendary Ninth Hispana legion. Roman emperors ruled, died and were acclaimed here. Viking capital of Jorvik. Viking Kings ruled here and the Viking legacy can be seen in the world famous Jorvik Viking Centre..Norman stronghold, William The Conquerer fortified the city to subdue the rebellious north of England after the Norman invasion of 1066.as King George V1 famously remarked, 'The history of York is the history of England.
the city is alive with history at every twist and turn.with world famous attractions such as York Minster and the National Railway Museum.ancient buildings such as the Merchant Taylors and Merchant adventurers Halls. Museums, year round festivals, theatres, street entertainers, old haunted inns, ghost walks, riverboat cruises, superb bars, cafes and restaurants, the list goes on. York a city where an ancient past feeds a vibrant present whatever time of year you visit.
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