Steve & Janine Robinson look forward to welcoming you to their traditional family run Guesthouse in York. Chelmsford Place is a central York Bed & Breakfast & can be found at 85 Fulford Road, which isonly a 9-10 minutes walk from York's historic city centre either by the pleasant tree lined riverside walk which is only 400 yards away or by the main road.
A clean, comfortable, relaxed and friendly Bed & Breakfast located just a short walking distance from York Minster, the main shopping area and other city centre attractions. If booked direct with usour tariff is Ј34 per person, per night which includes Alison's delicious Full English Breakfast with toast, tea & coffee etc. All seven rooms are en-suite with colour TV/DVD, tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryer, towels and radio alarm clock as standard.
Few cities have the magic or beauty of York. Founded some 2,000 years ago by the Romans, York survived the Viking invasion, became part of Anglo-Saxon England and was almost destroyed because of itsresistance to Norman rule. The Middle Ages saw our City prosper once again only to be followed by the Reformation and Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1593 which was devastating. The Civil War brought further decline in its prosperity.
23 St Mary's bed and breakfast (B&B) guest house accommodation, is an old Victorian terrace in Bootham, York in the UK and was built in 1890. Visitors to the popular historic city of York arepresented with a wonderful base to explore its many attractions at 23 St. Mary's. Set over three floors, nine stylish guest rooms offer luxury accommodation to those during their stay in one of the north's most famous cities.
Owned and managed by myself Carole Kaleda, I look forward to welcoming you to my home. Avondale Guest House is a lovely Victorian home close to the centre of the wonderful city of York. We will do allthat we can to make your stay a relaxing and enjoyable experience. We're open all of the year so there's nothing to stop you booking your stay at any time by phone or email! Three day stays between Christmas and new New Years are also available.
York is one of the most popular cities in the United Kingdom with 7 million visitors per year. Whether you're heading to the city to learn about its Viking and Roman history, to shop in the medievalstreets, to visit one of the museums or historic houses, to experience one of the many festivals held throughout the year or to visit family and friends, you'll be sure of a real Yorkshire welcome.
You can be sure of a warm welcome at the Abbey Guest House York, with tea, coffee and homemade cake on arrival at our period home on the banks of the River Ouse. We offer five comfortable and modernen-suite rooms and a tasty, freshly cooked breakfast close to the centre of the historic city of York. We have a pretty terrace and garden overlooking the river with several seating areas for guests to relax in.
I offer delicious breakfasts in a sunny breakfast room. Help yourself to cereals, juices, fresh fruit, homemade cereal bars, jam, marmalade and freshly baked bread from our breakfast bar. Everythingis cooked fresh to order from the kitchen. I offer a wide range to suit all tastes, from a simple continental breakfast to a traditional breakfast with black pudding, fried bread and runny eggs.
We recently completed our refurbishment (ignore Google street view, the scaffold is down) and it's brilliant! The Acer B&B looks romantic, absolutely gorgeous, as well as being spotlessly clean andextremely comfortable. Luxurious silks, sturdy pale oak, state of the art televisions and beautiful new lighting.
Located on the main Tadcaster Road just opposite York race course, the Burswood Guest House offers very well equipped bedrooms and bathrooms including some on the ground floor. Breakfast is taken inthe comfortable dining room and is freshly cooked to order using good quality ingredients. Off-street car parking is a welcome feature and a number of pubs and hotels are within easy walking distance for dinner.