Hazlewood Castle Hotel
Hazlewood Castle Hotel

The riverside settlement of Tadcaster is revered among lovers of beer, the scent of malt and hops often sitting like a halo above this pretty market town with its 15th century church and seven-arched bridge... Read More

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Hazlewood Castle Hotel

Hazlewood Castle Hotel
Acquired in October 1996, the Castle has been sympathetically restored to offer the traditional comforts of an elegant private house whilst retaining an atmosphere of peace and tranquility.

Beautifully redecorated to the very highest standards, the ... More | Double Room: £90 | visit website

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Travelodge York Tadcaster

The Travelodge York Tadcaster sits just off the A64 and is the ideal base for visiting the historic city of York, which is 5 miles away, and the quaint town of Tadcaster, just 3 miles ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn York South West (3.55 miles)

Premier Inn York South West
Well positioned for the historic city of York. Local attractions include the Yorkshire Air museum, York Racecourse and Jorvik Viking centre. The Park and Ride facility into York city centre is only 2 miles away. Our ... More | visit website
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Cawood Park (5.95 miles)

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The Old Vicarage (6.56 miles)

The Old Vicarage

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By the riverside in a peaceful village, this detached house offers a secure, safe garden as well as a fishing jetty and pedal boat on the river. ... More

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Cawood Guest House (6.60 miles)

Cawood Guest House
We are a newly opened small,friendly Home from Home offering comfortable,spotless accommodation and comprehensive breakfast menu..OUR NIGHTLY RATE FOR 1 GUEST IS JUST HALF FULL ROOM RATE..NO SINGLE SUPPLEMENT! Situated in the peaceful,historic village of Cawood,backing ... More | visit website
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York Lakeside Lodges (6.94 miles)

York Lakeside Lodges

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This splendid family run park is set in wooded grounds with a beautiful lake as its centrepiece. It offers you a real taste of the countryside, ... More | visit website

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The Willows Bed & Breakfast (7.33 miles)

The Willows Bed & Breakfast
Spectacular lake views, luxurious rooms, full English Breakfast, en-suite and free on-site parking. You will find yourself in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside but yet only 4 miles from York City Centre. with ... More | visit website
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Burswood Guest House (7.38 miles)

Burswood Guest House
For your pleasure, we have tastefully decorated our guest rooms and fitted them out with beautiful beds and furniture, plus a few antiques and for your comfort quality bed linen and feather quilts / pillow ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn York (7.47 miles)

Holiday Inn York

Receive a warm welcome at the Holiday Inn York hotel, next to York Racecourse and 2 miles from York City Centre. The friendly Holiday Inn York is set in leafy grounds with plenty of complimentary parking. ... More | visit website

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Wood Hall Hotel (7.51 miles)

Wood Hall Hotel

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Positioned at the end of a long dramatic drive, surrounded by a hundred acres of woodland and manicured lawns, Wood Hall is extremely well located. Close to Leeds, Harrogate and ... More

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Milford Hotel (7.53 miles)

Milford Hotel

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Conveniently located between York and Leeds, our modern hotel is ideally located for business guests and visitors wishing to explore Yorkshire. With free Wi-Fi, free car parking for all guests, and the ... More

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