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York offers a fantastic wide range of accommodation options from which to choose: Elegant, privately owned townhouses; modern, low cost York hotels; luxurious international chains as well as homely, family owned guest houses and B&Bs and superb self catering properties.
With properties in the historic centre or the idyllic countryside, we hope to be able to offer you the perfect place to suit your taste and budget.
By booking direct, on average you can save more than other sites like LateRooms and Booking.com. Plus, book with us and get an exclusive 20% off a 3-day adult York Pass for entry to our wonderful attractions.
For further information about Visit York, please visit www.visityork.org
‘Must See York’ itinerary with a 1 Day York Pass
On arrival in York a visit to the Minster is a must. This is Northern Europe's largest Gothic Cathedral and took over 250 years to complete. ‘Behind the Scenes Hidden Minster Tours’ are a great way to enjoy those areas of the Minster that were previously off limits to visitors.
No visit to the city would be complete without having walked the walls. Try the stretch from Bootham Bar to Monk Bar and visit the Richard III Museum with your pass.
Take a stroll down the Shambles, York’s most famous medieval street and enjoy some refreshments at the Earl Grey Tearoom before visiting JORVIK Viking Centre to discover York’s Viking history.
Delve into York's past at York Castle Museum and remember to use your pass for extra discount in the shop and cafe.
Climb to the top of Clifford’s Tower and enjoy a ‘birds eye view of the city’.
Visit The York Dungeon for over 2000 years of the city's murky history.
After dinner why not dare to join one of the city’s ghostwalks?
‘York and Beyond’ with a 2 Day York Pass
Day 1 – Spend the day discovering some of York’s Tucked away treasures
Visit the Treasurer’s House, former home of the Treasurers to York Minster, take a behind the scenes tour of one of the world’s most famous cathedrals. Walk the city’s medieval walls in the afternoon and stop off at the Richard III Museum and Micklegate Bar Museum for gruesome stories of York’s bloody past.
Across the city and a visit to Fairfax House, reputed to be one of the finest Georgian town houses in England. Then take a tour of Barley Hall, the former medieval home of one of York’s Lord Mayors.
Day Two – Explore the delightful countryside of the Howardian Hills and North Yorkshire Moors
Leave the city and enjoy one of Britain’s most beautiful historic houses, set in a landscape of rolling hills, Castle Howard with dramatic interiors and world –renowned collections. Set in parkland studded with temples, lakes, statues and fountains make for a perfect day out.
Alternatively visit Eden Camp in the morning and experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on both the Home Front and Front line. Followed by a trip to Whitby across the beautiful North York Moors on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.