Easingwold

Easingwold is a market town 10 miles or so north of York, the city easily accessed via the A19. The market square and high street are both pleasant, with some Georgian buildings adding tone... Read More

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George Hotel

George Hotel

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Family owned and managed inn overlooking pretty Georgian Market Square, offering a warm welcome, fine food, real ales and good accommodation. All rooms ensuite with welcome tray and TV/radio/telephone. Log fires ... More

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Hollybrook Lodges

Hollybrook Lodges

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Nestling in a secluded, peaceful setting, these luxurious lodges are surrounded by the beautiful open countryside of the Vale of York. Perfect for those seeking a ... More | visit website

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The Durham Ox (2.01 miles)

AA Pub of the Year 2007-2008 - The Publican Freehouse of The Year 2008 - Good Pub Guide 2009 Yorkshire Pub of the Year Yorkshire Life Tradional Pub of the Year 2009 - White Rose Award ... More | visit website
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Burn Hall Classic Hotel (2.89 miles)

Burn Hall Classic Hotel

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Burn Hall Hotel is currently undergoing a 4.3 million refurbishment transforming it into a high quality hotel due to complete August 2007. This Victorian mansion house is set amidst 8 ... More

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Chombeys (3.58 miles)

Chombeys

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Chombeys is a stylish farmhouse, overlooking the village green at Tollerton- only 15 minutes from York City. The village is in the heart of the Vale of York and just ... More

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The Old Rectory (3.87 miles)

The Old Rectory
The Old Rectory is a Grade II Listed 18th Century Georgian residence which was built in 1737 with a later addition built in 1786. Part of the building housed what was a music room for ... More | visit website
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Fauconberg Arms (4.59 miles)

Fauconberg Arms
The Fauconberg Arms is a family-run 17th century country inn full of charm and character. Set in the picturesque village of Coxwold, we offer quality en-suite guest accommodation and first-rate food. Our friendly, traditional pub complete ... More | visit website
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Aldwark Manor (5.55 miles)

Aldwark Manor

Incorporating an invigorating mix of old and new styles, Aldwark Manor is a great place to stay close to York and Harrogate. Set in 100 acres of parkland on the River Ure with its own ... More | visit website

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Forresters Arms Hotel (6.14 miles)

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The Forresters Arms Bed and Breakfast is situated in the picturesque village of Kilburn near York, Surrounded by immense natural ... More

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The Fairfax Arms Country Inn (6.91 miles)

The Fairfax Arms Country Inn
Nestled in the beautiful Howardian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Fairfax Arms is located in the picturesque village of Gilling East. With roots as a coaching inn in the seventeenth century, this ... More | visit website
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Spital Hill (8.00 miles)

Spital Hill

Ten minutes from the A1 Spital Hill is a wonderfully relaxing stopover. Hosts Ann and Robin Clough understand the needs of the weary traveller for peace and a tranquil atmosphere.

Cooking (and eating) is a passion and ... More | visit website

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Wheelhouse Cottage (8.04 miles)

Wheelhouse Cottage

A fabulous brick-built barn conversion, a mile from the village of Sowerby, close to Thirsk, in the Vale of Mowbray.
Set over one floor, and beautifully converted, this lovely Sowerby cottage seamlessly combines original features with ... More | visit website

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