|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
A cosy contemporary 2 bedroom house situated on a private estate situated in a quiet riverside location in the centre of York. The property provides the perfect base for visitors to this beautiful ancient walled city, being within a few minutes walk of all major attractions, shops, restaurants, etc.
Available for short breaks all year round.
Patio garden and private parking for 1 car. Extra parking subject to additional cost and availability.
York is a beautiful ancient walled city dating from Roman times with many historical sites. The city is home to some excellent museums including the National Railway Museum which now houses the world famous Flying Scotsman. This train now runs between York and Scarborough on the Yorkshire coast during the summer months.
York has many visitor attractions (too many to list here), including two world famous attractions, 13th century York Minster is the largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe and the Jorvic Viking Centre where you are transported underground in Time Cars to explore the sights, sounds (and smells) of the Viking city of Jorvic.
The city holds many festivals throughout the year including the Jorvic Viking Festival every February and there is always something going on to entertain, amuse and delight the visitor. York also boasts many fine shops, restaurants and theatres, and claims to have more pubs than there are days in the year.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
2 Jan 2015 - 31 Mar 2015
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Notes||PLEASE NOTE. Rates shown are annual average and subject to seasonal variation. Please contact us for quote.|
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