Just minutes from the centre of historic York, the Holgate Hill Hotel is a great location. The hotel is easily accessible by car on the A59 into York. The main rail station is only half a mile awayand local bus services stop right outside the hotel entrance. The hotel provides a warm atmosphere and many comforts, including a comfortable lounge over-looking the attractive patio and garden.
Designed by architects J. B. & W. Atkinson and built around 1870, the Elmbank Hotel is close to the historic city of York and provides an ideal base for all visitors whether travelling on business orpleasure. Drinks come in & out of fashion, but tea will always remain the vogue for those seeking respite & refreshment from the rigours of the day. Relax and enjoy traditional Afternoon Tea at the Elmbank Hotel.
The Alhambra Court Hotel is ideally situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in one of the most desirable areas of York. A pleasant 5 minutes stroll along Bootham or through the lovely Museum Gardens, whichcontain St Mary's Abbey and the Yorkshire Museum of Natural History will bring you to the York Minster and the heart of the shopping centre and major tourist attractions.
Bedrooms to suit your needs; from contemporary smaller doubles for the shorter stay to fantastic four-posters for that special occasion. The location of this fine mansion is on the line of the mainRoman approach to the city of York and Bootham Bar was one of the original Roman gateways into the city/fortress of Eboracum. The house is of circa 1827 and appears on Robert Cooper's plan of York 1832.
Situated in the heart of the historic City of York, the Jorvik Hotel is the ideal destination for visitors looking to enjoy the attractions of this magical city. Overlooking the gateway to the museumgardens; the 11th century church of St Olafs and the remains of St Mary's Abbey, it is the perfect location for exploring the City of York.
A warm welcome awaits you at The Queen's Hotel, which is situated on the banks of the River Ouse, in the heart of the City of York. The Queen's Hotel is perfectly located to suit all visitors whethertourist or on business. Step out of the Hotel into a world of history and explore the meant dimensions York has to offer, from medieval times to modern day.
The Coniston Hotel forms part of the Coniston Estate, which has been home to the Bannister family since the late 1960s. The estate comprises the magnificent Coniston Hall, which is available forselect weddings and corporate functions, The Coniston Hotel, Coniston Shooting Ground, Falconry Centre and much more. After the Bannister's bought the estate they became aware of the need to diversify into areas other than farming.
The St Denys Hotel York is a small boutique hotel providing bed and breakfast in the central 'Merchants' Quarter' of York. We offer a characterful and individual place to stay in a converted Victorianrectory sitting opposite a grade 1 listed church which is home to some of the earliest stained glass in York. The area is bursting with excellent independent cafes and restaurants and all the many attractions of the city are but a stone's throw away.
The Parsonage Hotel and Spa is set in six acres of beautiful formal gardens and woodland, only a short drive from the historic city of York. Built in the early 1840's the building maintains many ofits original features. We also have the award winning Lascelles Restaurant, a beautiful Conservatory and elegant Lounges. We have recently added The Cloisters Spa, for added luxury. You can also enjoy a round of golf at the 18 hole Swallow Hall pay & play golf club only 5 min drive away.
Towering above the Manchester skyline, with its distinctive clock tower and striking Victorian architecture, The Principal Manchester is a magnificent, terracotta grade 2 listed building steeped inhistory. Rewind back to 1890, when the Refuge Assurance Company paid a sum of £21,000 for an 1800 square yard parcel of land at the corner of Oxford Street, and the beginnings of The Palace Hotel was born.