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Lady Anne Middletons Hotel
55-57 Skeldergate
York
North Yorkshire

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Situated on Skeldergate, the ancient Roman waterfront which now leads from the city walls across the river to the Centre of York, the convenient location, combined with the hotels scenic setting is ideal for exploring York and the surrounding area. The railway station and all major attractions are within easy walking distance. The University and other business areas are also easily accessible from the hotel.

A full range of facilities include guest parking, a restaurant serving English cooking and a health and fitness centre with counter current fitness pool (booking required), sauna and cv equipment. (Limited availability to children under 16 years old). Guest accommodation is located within five of the buildings, located around a courtyard setting, with tranquil seating areas around the garden ponds and in the English gardens.

Unfortunately, due to the age of the buildings, we do not have a lift. For the comfort of all our guests, the bedrooms and the restaurant are non-smoking. Smoking is currently permitted in bar and public lounge areas. *** free Wi-Fi Internet access in our meeting rooms and public lounge area *** **** Check our rates - no hidden extras. All our rates include: Your ensuite room, Full English Breakfast, Car Parking & use of Emperors Health & Fitness Centre. ****

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