Located in the city centre, these York apartments boast an enviable location near to a range of shops and eateries. Historical attractions such as like York Minster are a short walk away. Public transport like buses and trains are also within walking distance.
Guests can enjoy comfort and relaxation in these spacious apartments, which come fully furnished. The bright decor is complemented by the natural light flooding in from the large windows and the well equipped kitchen provides the freedom of self catering.
A variety of stores, shops and eateries are within walking distance and the city's famous attractions can also be reached on foot. A must see is York Minster, which attracts hundreds of visitors daily. From here you can wander through The Shambles, which is lined with boutique shops and artisan food stores. York Army Museum, National Railway Museum and the Chocolate Story are situated in the city centre and if you head to Continuum Attractions, you can tour through history with lots of interactions. You can even take a tour of the sets of Coronation Street and Emmerdale!
A 2 minute walk will take you to the nearest bus stop and a 10 minute walk will lead you to York train station. Leeds Airport is an hours' drive away and an additional 25 minutes on the train, and Junction 47 on the A1 (M) is a mere 40 minutes away.
This apartment features a double bed in each bedroom with the second bedroom being twin beds on request, a living area, kitchen and two bathrooms.
Sleeps 4 | Bathrooms 2 | Breakfast type: Room Only
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