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Pinfold Cottage
145-147 Main Street
North Yorkshire

YO10 4PR | View map

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All of our rooms are fully ensuite, and we offer colour TV, DVD/CD players, freeview, hairdryers, hospitality tray and radio alarm clocks. An iron and ironing board is available on request. FREE wireless internet is available.Breakfast is included in the room rate, and is served in our comfortable Dining Room. There is a great choice which caters for most diets, including low fat and vegetarian. We also have a children’s menu, and plenty of things to keep the kids amused!! Advance notice of any special requirements will ensure that we can fully meet your needs.For the business traveller we offer, reduced rates for stays of 5 days or more – or for regular visitors (subject to availability). We also have easy access to the A64 and York City Centre. We are close by to great pubs and restaurants, all within a few minutes walk.

Nearby, you will find all of the historical attractions that York has to offer, as well as being only minutes away from York University, Fulford Golf Club, York Racecourse, the Macarthur Glen Designer Outlet, and Imphal Barracks. There is a lovely riverside walk which will lead you into the City.


Ratings/Awards: 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Room:

Double: £60
Twin: £60
Single: £40 - £50
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Children Welcome
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