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Bed and Breakfast in York Once upon a time a B&B meant cheap and cheerful accommodation for those on a budget. Now it’s a completely different story with elegant bed and breakfasts offering deluxe accommodation.

If you’re planning to experience the fine eateries of York a bed and breakfast is the perfect base. Here you’ll receive a comfortable room, a slap up breakfast and the freedom to choose where you dine.

Friars Rest Guesthouse [map], Fulford Road, is a friendly and traditional bed and breakfast that is built on the grounds of an old monastery. The accommodation is just a short idyllic riverside walk from the city centre and is close to Fulford Golf Course [map].

One of the biggest areas for B&Bs is Bootham and if you haven’t booked a room before arriving in York it is wise to make this area, and particularly Queen Anne’s Road [map] your first port of call.

For quaint and kitsch accommodation visit No 40 at Queen Anne’s Road [map], Bootham. This small guesthouse has a real family feel to it and offers a choice of two double en suite rooms named Rose and Daisy. These rooms have original features and evoke warm memories of a bygone age.

If you’re feeling romantic but still want to be central check into the Holmlea Guesthouse [map], Bishopthorpe Road, for a luxurious and romantic room complete with four-poster bed.

One2Three [map] is an elegant bed and breakfast for those looking for stylish and modern accommodation. Centrally located on The Mount and very close to York Railway Station, One2Three offers guests a touch of luxury with the large comfortable rooms and the option of having a champagne breakfast delivered to your room.

Away from the city centre there’s some beautifully picturesque accommodation.

If you’re a bit of a twitcher a visit to The School House [map], Thorganby which is ten miles south of York, is a must. The accommodation is located in an area of outstanding beauty and great for bird spotters as well as those looking for total rest and relaxation away from the often-crowded streets of York.

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