The ancient city of York has a rich cultural heritage, many tourist attractions and also a number of fine York bed & breakfast establishments at which to stay during your short break, weekend break or longer holiday in the city.
One of the oldest cities in the north east of England, the settlement of York dates back to around 8000BC, but the city itself was founded by the Romans in AD71. Considered so important, it was declared capital of Britannia Inferior or the north of England by the Emperor Severus. Modern York is a thriving UK city of nearly 200,000 people with a diverse range of industries, such as telecommunication, IT, finance and developing scientific innovation.
There are also many fine shops, restaurants and cafes to enjoy, as well as leisure and sporting facilities. York can also boast many tourist attractions, such as the Minster, numerous castles and country houses in the surrounding area, and museums and exhibitions charting the city’s eventful history. As a reflection of this the city was awarded European Tourism City of the Year for 2007/2008.
As with any city of its size, York boasts a number of hotels, inns and lodgings available. For a more personal service, however, we would suggest a stay at one of the many excellent York Bed & Breakfast guest house establishments. These vary in terms of size, facilities and tariffs. Prices, of course, may vary depending on the season.
Bed and Breakfast accommodation is an affordable option, allowing you the freedom to explore the city of York, and have a friendly base to return to after a long days sightseeing. The owners always take pride in the high service levels, local knowledge and personal touch that they are able to offer. Featured on this site are what we believe are the finest York Bed & Breakfast establishments that the city has to offer. You can expect a high standard of accommodation and a warm welcome when you choose a stay at one of the B&B establishments included on this site.
You can find out more about prices, availability and the location of the York Bed and Breakfast establishments listed on this site by clicking on the links above. Each establishment is within easy reach of the city's shops, bars, restaurants and tourist attractions.
York Bed and Breakfast
Taking its name from the famous nearby St. Mary’s Abbey, 23 St. Mary’s is rich with the heritage and eclecticism which makes York such an appealing destination. Located in Bootham in York, guests of 23 St....