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Blossoms York
28 Clifton
York
North Yorkshire

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Blossoms York is conveniently located within easy walking distance of the city's historic attractions. Set in a Georgian townhouse on a leafy avenue, a warm welcome awaits you. We look forward to introducing you to our friendly family-run guest house and all that the wonderful city of York has to offer. Located in a quiet residential area, yet only 5 minutes walk from the historic bar walls, and 8 minutes walk from York Minster. Restaurants, bars and shopping, are all close at hand; we are in an ideal location for exploring York.

We pride ourselves on offering a good service combined with value-for-money prices. Note: prices are generally (but not always!) cheaper from Sunday night to Thursday night. In addition, York's city centre and tourist attractions are less busy midweek. If your plans are flexible, why not come midweek, when you can stay a day longer and enjoy more of what our great city has to offer! We also regularly offer special rates if your stay is for 3 nights or more.
Outdoor activities:
There is plenty to do within York itself. However, our location is less than one hour away from the Yorkshire Dales, the North York Moors, forest parks & coastlines - thus we make an ideal base for exploring.
Health activities:
We happily advise our guests about the wide range of facilities in the area. (We regret not having our own fitness facilities).

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