With views of the River Ouse and within a short stroll of the beautiful and historic city of York, this is a perfect choice for exploring the city and the stunning Yorkshire countryside.
This first floor apartment is the perfect base in which to discover the delights of York.
The open plan sitting room and fully equipped kitchen provides all the facilities for cooking a great meal.
The iconic city walls are within a very short stroll and provide amazing views.
At around two miles, the city walls are the longest medieval walls in England and are one of the best free attractions on offer.
Be excited and enthralled with the maze of York's secret ginnels and snickelways and there are some intriguing street names within the walls, including Whip-Ma-Wop-Ma-Gate, Pope's Head Alley and The Shambles.
Guests can also discover this wonderful city by being scared and thrilled at the same time by joining one of the popular ghost walks.
York is one of the UK's foodie capitals and is packed with a range of bistros, cafes, restaurants and real ale pubs serving some seriously good food.
If cooking is more your thing, head to The Shambles market which sells a selection of fresh and locally-sourced delights for creating your own culinary masterpieces.
The National Railway Museum is a great day out where you can soak up the atmosphere of bygone days and take a peep at the opulent carriages of Queen Victoria.
Visitors to this area can also explore further afield as York is central to exploring the best of the rest; Go Ape at Dalby Forest, the Air Museum and Castle Howard, one of England's most magnificent stately homes.
This is a charming apartment set in the wonderful, historic city of York, ideal for a trip that will linger long in the memory.
All first floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, WC and heated towel rail. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Leeds 25 miles;
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.