Beverley Guesthouse

Beverley Guest House (formerley Minster Garth) is a beautiful Georgian house, situated next to Beverley Minster, overlooking a delightful green pasture. Legend has it that in medieval times, Saint John of Beverley, the Archbishop of York had a residence there - either a Monastery or a Manor House. The exquisite Beverley Guest House is most convenient for Beverley's choice of excellent cafes, pubs, inns and bars, and is within a few minutes walk of the Wednesday and Saturday markets. The guest house is just to the West of Beverley Centre. The rear of the house is well tended and has seating where guests can relax. There is also a separate entrance for guests, so they can come and go as they please.