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Hotel du Vin York Star Rating 4        
89 The Mount

Within a 5-minute walk of York city walls, this 19th-century mansion house hotel in The Mount area is also within a mile of both York Minster and York Castle.The individually styled rooms feature flat-screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi and custom-made beds. Some have free-standing baths and mezzanine bedrooms.
Travelodge Central Hotel York Star Rating 2        
90 Piccadilly York

With an imposing, castle-like exterior, this modern hotel is a mile from the York train station and 0.7 miles from the Gothic cathedral of York Minster. It's also a 6-minute walk from the Jorvik Viking Centre.
23 St Marys Guest House York Star Rating 3        
23 St Mary'sBootham

This Victorian B&B is 440 feet from a city bus stop and 8 minutes' walk from York Minster.The 9 traditionally decorated rooms all feature en suite bathrooms, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some are furnished with 4-poster beds and antique wooden desks.
Tree Tops Guesthouse York Star Rating 3        
21 St Marys

This stylish B&B occupies a quaint Victorian townhouse, a 9-minute walk from York train station, 10 minutes from the York Minster cathedral, and less than a mile from the Grand Opera House.The 9 cosy, country-style rooms come with en suite/private bathrooms with showers, and feature free Wi-Fi, minifridges, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.Amenities include free parking, and full English or continental breakfast served in an elegant dining room with an original bay window.
No 21 York Star Rating 4        
21 St. Mary's

This stylish B&B occupies a quaint Victorian townhouse, a 9-minute walk from York train station, 10 minutes from the York Minster cathedral, and less than a mile from the Grand Opera House.The 9 cosy, country-style rooms come with en suite/private bathrooms with showers, and feature free Wi-Fi, minifridges, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.Amenities include free parking, and full English or continental breakfast served in an elegant dining room with an original bay window.
Travelodge York Hull Road Star Rating 2.5        
Hull Road

This straightforward hotel is set 1.8 miles from Jorvik Viking Centre, 2 miles from York Minster and 2.9 miles from the National Railway Museum.
Bull Lodge Guest House Star Rating 3        
37 Bull Lane, Lawrence Street

This straightforward B&B in a detached house is set in a residential area 11 minutes on foot from the University of York and a 1.1 miles from York Castle Museum.The 6 unassuming rooms have flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and free WiFi, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Grays Court Star Rating 5        
Chapter House Street

This sophisticated hotel in a building dating from the 11th century is 1 block from York Minster cathedral and 7 minutes' walk from both the Museum Gardens and Dean's Parks.The elegant, individually designed rooms and suites with antique furnishings all include modern en suite bathrooms. Many have views of the gardens or York Minster; some have free-standing baths.
Bootham City Centre Guest House Star Rating 4        
56 Bootham Crescent

This simple B&B in a Victorian townhouse is an 11-minute walk from York Minster cathedral and a mile from York train station.The 8 unassuming rooms come with free WiFi and TVs, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment. Most rooms have en suite bathrooms, while some share facilities.
Mowbray House Star Rating 3        
34 Haxby Road

This relaxed, family-run guesthouse is 0.6 miles from York Minster, a mile from York railway station and 1.2 miles from the National Railway Museum.
 
 
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The city of York is in northern Yorkshire, in England. The city is the meeting place of the Ouse and Foss rivers. York's history goes back over 2,000 years. It played an important role in England's history over that time, and was even the seat of the Roman Empire for a two year period. Among the cities main attractions is York Castle Museum, which has exhibits from 16th century life, including clothing, weapons, tools, machines, and even information of life in the jails of the day. The museum opened its doors to the public in 1938 and gets its name from York Castle, which was completed in 1068. We also recommend visiting York Minster, the biggest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe, and the Yorkshire Museum, which has exhibits covering all of the region's history. Discover the wonderful city of York and unravel its time honoured mysteries.