Micklegate Apartment 1

Micklegate

  • Sleeps 2
  • Yes

Located in the heart of York, in easy walking distance from the train station, and any of the attraction in the city centre

    • Dishwasher
    • Dogs Welcome
    • Electric Heating
    • Shower Unit
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    • Smoking not allowed
    • Tumble drier
    • Washing machine
    • Wi-Fi

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Short walk away from award winning restaurants

This apartment has been decorated and furnished to a high standard – a wonderful stay for two.

With oodles of historic charm, you can wake up to the smell of coffee from Partisan & The French House Bistro below – why bother with your own breakfast when you have this on your doorstep!  You will also be a short walk away from award winning restaurants, and a compelling collection of pubs and bars.

A perfect break for couples, the apartment has been fitted out and equipped with everything you will need. Linen and towels are provided. Apartment 1 is at the front of the building and has kept many of its original features including a beamed ceiling. Apartment 1 has a classic interior to reflect these features. Please Note: the en-suite bathroom for the apartment is compact.

York is a fantastic location for a “City Break”, with all the attractions of a medieval City; ancient street layouts and the stunning York Minster and Roman walls, with the River Ouse running through the middle. York has developed quite a reputation for good food, with many new and interesting establishments as well as numerous pubs served by a growing plethora of small independent breweries (York Brewery to name the obvious) as well as the larger more established names. Further afield, North Yorkshire boasts numerous sites and attractions, and the East Coast from Staithes and Whitby, Robin Hoods Bay, Scarborough and Bridlington are all worth exploring.

York is also home to the internationally recognised York Racecourse, with about 18 race days in the year, including the Dante Festival and the Ebor Festival, various music events and other exhibitions and conferences.

The link below will provide you with more information to plan your visit:
http://www.visityork.org/

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