Some of the beautiful buildings in York, England, across the Centuries 

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You will be able to appreciate the many fine buildings whether you're interested in architecture or not.  York is full of very well-preserved and restored magnificent buildings from the 13th Century onwards.  Clifford's Tower on the mound dates from the 13th Century, the beautifully beamed 14th Century Merchant Adventurers Hall is still in use today. 

Just wandering around the city is a history lesson in itself - one cannot fail but notice the passage of time through the designs of the buildings.    Romans, Vikings, Normans all left their mark. Visit York and prepare to be amazed.

 ruins Tudor
Medieval Victorian

York's Theatre Royal was originally built in 1744 then later remodelled with a Victorian Gothic frontage in the 18th Century although the many changes to the building make it quite difficult to identify original architecture.

York Railway Station is another very fine example of handsome and solid Victorian architecture, one of the best in Britain  So don't just pass through it - view it.

There are also numerous tourist attractions to amuse and entertain during your stay in York.

Please use the menus on the left to find self-catering country cottages, apartments and other holiday accommodation convenient for a short break or holiday near York.

Luxury town house in York - 3 bedrooms - sleeps 6


self-catering accommodation yorkLuxurious self-catering townhouse with accommodation arranged over 3 floors. With a fantastic location just a short walk from the historic city centre of York, this fabulous holiday home sleeps up to 6 in comfortable high quality accommodation.

Appreciate lovely little touches such as fresh décor, flat screen TVs and Denby pottery with a stay here. Rated 5 stars, you can be assured that this is a high quality holiday house.

For availability, bookings and more information click on the photograph shown.


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