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B and Bs in Pickering

17 Burgate
North Yorkshire

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Welcome to 17 Burgate, an elegant Georgian Market Town House situated in the heart of the market town of Pickering between the town centre and the castle, offering deluxe individually designed and furnished en suite accommodation. '17' is more than a b and b, offering additional hotel facilities such as a bar and lounge, free broadband access throughout the house and light suppers, all you would expect from one of the country's top rated bed and breakfasts.

17 has been sympathetically renovated to retain the features and charm of its long history dating back to the 17th Century, whilst at the same time all the requirements of the discerning modern traveller have been included. In addition we take care to use local produce, be it bacon and eggs, beer or plants and minimise our impact on the environment as much as possible.

17 is a total experience, the attention to detail, the relaxed atmosphere, the comfort and spaciousness of the bedrooms and bathrooms, the walled garden, the private car parking, are just some of the benefits we offer.

Our location has been instrumental in helping customers choose '17' as the place to stay. Whether visiting the North Yorkshire Moors Railway across the road, Whitby and Scarborough, Heartbeat Country, York or any of the many other attractions.


Ratings/Awards: VisitBritain 5 Star Gold Award
AA 5 Stars
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