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Accommodation in York

The city of York will leave you spoilt for accommodation choices offering a wide range of hotels for all tastes and budgets. You can choose from among Victorian style hotels, contemporary apartments and luxury villas. The Grand Hotel and spa near York station and Grays Court on Chapter house street are the best hotels in York to stay. You can find many more upscale hotels in York located all around the city. Novotel, Hilton, Marriott, Best Western, Indigo York, Aldwark Manor, etc. are some of the most popular hotels in York based on guest experience. These hotels offer top hospitality and facilities and ideal whether you are visiting with family or a group of friends or as couples.

York Overview

Located at the confluence of River Ouse and River Foss is the city of York, situated in the North Yorkshire county in northeastern part of England. The city is known for historic city walls, ancient and medieval time monuments and museums. Every year the city attracts thousands of tourists for a historical tour of the city or for studies at the University of York. Bound by the green belt which covers most of the city, York experiences cold climate throughout the year and only mild rise in temperature from May to September. So you can book your York holiday for anytime of the year.

Where to Stay on your York Holiday

There are many self-catering apartments in York ideal for those who are looking for independent accommodation. The apartments feature fully equipped kitchens, swimming pool, bar and some of them also offer a restaurant onsite. These are the best choice if you are visiting with a large group and want to stay under one roof. If you are a budget traveller, you can stay at one of the cheap hotels in York which are no less comfortable. You can easily find one close to the city centre as well as overlooking the River Ouse. There are plenty of youth hostels and pocket friendly hotels in York for solo travellers also, located in the heart of the city and few minutes from main markets and bars.

Things to See and Do in York

The historical city of York flaunts its rich heritage with its various monuments and museums which reflects the city’s ancient history. You can start your York holiday with a day tour of the city and visit these sites like York Castle museum, Shambles, Clifford’s tower, Henry VII experience, the York dungeon, National Railway Museum, and many more. You can explore the world of chocolate at the Chocolate story or visit the Jorvik Viking village. The city of York is also home to some beautiful gardens the Goddards house and garden and Museum Gardens which is a true retreat in the heart of the city life. If you love thrill, you can also visit the York Dungeon which is a state of the art high-tech ghost house.

Nightlife in York

York city centre is the epicenter of nightlife in York, bustling with all kinds of bars and various pubs. The most famous is the Golden Fleece, offering cocktails and dance floor in a 16th century setting. There are many more pubs like Snicklewa Inn, the Golden Slipper, Phoenix Inn, Ye Olde Starre Inn, Woolpack Inn, York Tap, etc. Each of the pubs has something unique to offer so there is literally something for everyone. The Hop Live Music bar is also quiet popular and attracts young crowd from all over the city. You can also hang out at the chic bars some of which also have a dance floor. The pubs and bars here are open till midnight.

Food options in York

Food is a major part of the rich history of York and you will find many celebrations like the annual festival of Food and Drink and Assize of Ale pub crawl, which revolves around food. As such you can be sure of having a delectable culinary experience on your York holiday. The streets of York are lined with all kinds of restaurants from romantic to family friendly, relaxed and casual to chic and fine dining, offering various international cuisines like Italian, Indian, French and Mexican. Some of the restaurants have medieval style ambience while some are ultra-modern. The traditional British cuisine dishes like fish and chips, English breakfast, beef Wellington, etc. are a must try. There are a wide range of options for vegans too.

Shopping in York

The city centre is the shopping hub of York, where you can find many shopping malls, stores and plazas. The largest of them is the Coppergate Shopping centre, which sells high end fashion and lifestyle goods in an open air market. The Shambles market is another famous open air market local arts and crafts, fresh foods, fashion, flowers, daily essentials, and much more. Antique lovers can go to the Yorkshire antiques to find some unique gifts and souvenirs. There are many more local shops for buying clothing, footwear, book, musical instruments, gifts, jewelry, etc. You can’t miss a visit to the York Cocoa house where you can sample chocolate in different forms.

Trivia facts about York

Here are some interesting facts about York, before you book your York holiday. With 500 ghosts, it is said to be the most haunted city in Europe! York is the UK's home of chocolate and it's said that 47 KitKat's are eaten every second. The Shambles is the oldest and best preserved medieval streets in all of Europe. If you visit 1 pub daily, it will take you a whole year to visit all pubs in York.

Fast Facts about York

  • Currency: Pound Sterling
  • Language: English
  • Nearest Airport: Leeds-Bradford International Airport
  • Direct Flight time from Dublin to York: 1 hour
  • Transfer time from airport to York: 54 minutes
  • Time difference between Dublin and York: No time difference

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10/10 Amazing

15 February 2011

some lovely old pubs,great for shopping

The best thing about my stay was ...

shops

10/10 Amazing

04 December 2013

York - a beautiful and very visitable city!

Spent two full days with a friend in York, staying overnight. Had been before, but was reminded what a lovely and very accessible city it is. Really good historic sightseeing opportunities, plus the variety of small independent shops make it a great place to visit, especially in December when the Christmas markets are on.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The 'quaintness' of the streets and the easiness of getting around the centre - by walking everywhere!

10/10 Amazing

18 November 2011

York

Great city. Museums plenty. Great weekend break for any occasion. True friendly city. Not expensive either.

The best thing about my stay was ...

everything

10/10 Amazing

25 September 2012

ayrshire to york

fantastic city.everything within walking distance. you feel as if you are walking thro, the ages.

The best thing about my stay was ...

history and atmosphere

10/10 Amazing

03 October 2011

Beautiful city - historic and good for shopping

Great sightseeing, cultural and shopping spot.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shopping, culture

10/10 Amazing

06 November 2012

Beautiful York!

Have never had the chance to visit this amazing place before and it did not fail to disappoint. Gorgeous buildings, wonderful atmosphere and stunning whether in broad sunshine or in the mists after dark!

The best thing about my stay was ...

Magical atmosphere - unbeatable.

10/10 Amazing

07 December 2010

Classic city

A cold weekend in December, but still a great city to visit

The best thing about my stay was ...

Real shops, with quality goods to choose from.

10/10 Amazing

01 November 2011

Weekend break

Loved York. Stayed Halloween weekend. It was very busy and had a great atmosphere. Loved the quaint streets and little shops. Plenty to do and see. A must is a visit to York minster and the castle museum. Great pubs

The best thing about my stay was ...

Compact city easy to walk to all attractions.

10/10 Amazing

24 June 2012

A Fantastic place to stay!

York is a fantastic place to visit for all ages to visit. So many interesting places of interest ranging from museums,restuarants,lovely shops and haunted pubs! The people of York are extremely friendly and I very much enjoyed chatting my way around the shops! I would definately recommend the Ghost Hunt of York - this was my second time on this tour and it is hilarious! If you are looking for a good giggle rather than a guided tour this is the tour for you. I havent laughed so much for ages! Also recommend shopping in Stonegate - particularly Saffrons where the shop keepers were lovely! A meal at Delrios at Micklegate is also recommended - the Italian food was to die for and the service was brilliant! Had an amazing time!

The best thing about my stay was ...

The people!

8/10 Great

08 June 2011

Huge interesting City

So much to see and do - give yourself plenty of time! Huge amount of shops and restaurants. Betty's tearooms is popular, prepare to queue!

The best thing about my stay was ...

A visit to Castle Howard - 16 miles away in Malton, worth the drive.

8/10 Great

02 August 2011

lovely romantic city

York has it all. Great place to relax and also have fun. lovely places to eat drink. The Ghost tour is a must. Want to see the city all again.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Drinks and eats