110 Postern Close is a gem of a property nestled near the heart of the beautiful and historic city of York.
Just a short stroll from the scenic River Ouse and the iconic city walls, this is the perfect base to explore and discover this wonderful city.
This delightful ground floor apartment is set within a private development on the site of a former convent and the close is named after one of the gateways leading into the city.
The open plan sitting room and kitchen provide a sociable living space and the king-size bed is guaranteed to provide a good night's sleep.
There are so many ways to enjoy the city that you won’t even need the car during your stay.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of York on board a river cruise or hop on an open top bus.
Walking the city walls, accessed directly opposite the close, is a delightful way to explore the city and at just over two miles, these beautifully-restored medieval walls are the longest in England.
The entire circuit takes around two hours, with lots of gateways or main bars providing many opportunities to explore the city at ground level.
Betty’s tea rooms is a must when visiting York; with its quaint traditional decor and just a stone's throw from the York Minister, you simply have to stop and have a cup of Yorkshire tea and a delicious cake or two!
Every visit to York reveals something new and exciting as throughout the year there is a programme to suit everyone, with interesting exhibitions, exciting horse racing, a wealth of music and theatre, Dickensian markets and scary ghost walks all on offer.
110 Postern Close is a wonderful base for your fun-filled holiday.
All ground floor: One king-size double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
The city of York needs no recommendation, for it teems with interest for the holidaymaker: the Minster, its medieval walls, boat trips on the River Ouse, York Races, museums (including the famous National Railway Museum and the Castle Museum), and the internationally-renowned Jorvik Viking Centre and its "time trip" experience. Summer and winter, there is something to fascinate the whole family. Explore York’s quaint streets and hidden corners, or take an excursion further afield to the Dales, Moors or the coastal resorts of Scarborough, Whitby and Filey. Yorkshire is rich in stately homes, with Harewood House and Castle Howard just two of several within an hour’s drive. A cycling city boasting two theatres, character pubs and great shopping, York has it all.