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Park Inn by Radisson York City CentrePark Inn by Radisson York City Centre features modern air-conditioned accommodation, a stylish restaurant and bar, 12 meeting rooms and event facilities. Overlooking the River Ouse, the hotel is located in the centre of York, within a 10-minute walk from landmarks such as York Minster Cathedral, the York Dungeon and The Shambles. Parking is available and free WiFi is available throughout.Book now
Staycity Aparthotels Paragon StreetConveniently located on Paragon Street, Staycity Aparthotels offer a mix of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments adjacent to York Barbican. York Minster, Castle Museum and Grand Opera House are all within a 1 mile walk.Book now
Hedley House HotelThe 3-star Hedley House Hotel is situated in a quiet residential area, 500 metres from York Minster and 8-minute walk of York city centre, bus and rail stations. The hotel boasts a 6-people hot tub, a sauna, and an on-site beauty therapist.Book now
B+B YorkOn a quiet tree-lined cul-de-sac, B+B York is a 10-minute stroll from York city centre and offers en-suite rooms, bar/lounge facilities and a free on-site car park. The main building dates back to the late 1800s and B&B York still has some charming original features, such as a splendid grand staircase and patterned windows.Book now
Whistler HouseWhistler House is set in York, 1.3 km from York Minster, and offers a patio, garden, and free WiFi. Housed in a building dating from 17th century, this apartment is 1 km from York City Walls and 1.1 km from Priory Church of the Holy Trinity.Book now
The Kings ApartmentOffering free WiFi and city views, The Kings Apartment is an accommodation situated right in the heart of York, just 700 metres from Grand Opera House and 800 metres from York City Walls. The property is 2.8 km from York Minster and 1.4 km from York Barbican.Book now
Holiday Inn YorkSet in leafy grounds, Holiday Inn York features a modern restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and is just a 5-minute walk from York Racecourse. The property offers ample free on-site parking and is only a 10 minutes' drive from York's historic centre.Book now
The historic city of York is located in the north of England. This beautiful Cathedral city is replete with ancient castles, city walls and fortifications. Although relatively small, York is one of the UK’s most visited cities. Its location in the northern heartland of England has made York a hugely important defensive settlement over the years and remnants of its turbulent past can be seen all over the city. Staying in a hotel will mean a lot of York’s charm and character will pass you by; staying in your own private apartment – courtesy of 9flats – will show you a side to the city you never knew existed.
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The main visitor attraction in the city is York Minster. This enormous building dates back to at least the 8th century, and its interior is every bit as impressive as its facade. There is a small entrance charge to tourists to cover the costs of maintenance, but witnessing the Evensong service will be an experience that stays with you forever – regardless of your religious persuasion. Of course, York was once a stronghold of the invading Vikings, and that period of time is charted at the Jorvik Viking Centre. York and the north of England has an illustrious history of rail travel and engineering, and you can see a number of artefacts, locomotives and various related vehicles at the National Railway Museum. Whilst there are several hotels in York, staying in your very own holiday apartment in York will provide you with a level of comfort, luxury and seclusion you’ll probably only find in your own home.
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A trip to the York Castle Museum will provide you with a fascinating insight into York’s long and illustrious history. Amongst the exhibits are a painstakingly recreated Victorian street and a selection of children’s toys from Britain’s past. If you want to enjoy something a little more laid-back, make sure a trip to the Ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey is on your schedule, as you will be able to enjoy a leisurely stroll or a picnic in the museum gardens. There are a number of organised tours in York that cover the main historic landmarks, so you don’t miss a thing. However, many people visit York to enjoy one of the many festivals that take place within the ancient city walls. The York Festival of Food and Drink and the Viking Festival are amongst the most prominent. This city has been around in some form or other since the Roman age, and it has an ambience all of its own. Renting a holiday apartment in Dringhouses will allow you to immerse yourself in local society – the best way to really appreciate local customs and traditions.
Staying in hotels is all well and good, but couchsurfing in York provides you with insights into local life that hotels can’t. The 9flats service has many similarities with couchsurfing. However, whether you’re looking for holiday accommodation in Liverpool or vacation homes in St. Petersburg, 9flats can provide you with your own, luxurious holiday residence that you don’t have to share with strangers.