St. Mary's B&B in Bootham York England
23 St. Mary's B&B Bootham York England Historic Bed and Breakfast Lodgings Accommodations
Hosts: Chris & Julie Simpson
Address: 23 St Mary's, Bootham, York, YO30 7DD, England, UK
Telephone: (01904) 622738
Fax: (01904) 628802
Activities/Attractions: York is a historical wonderland located between London and Edinburgh and has the longest and best-preserved town walls in England. There are lots of things to do in York, including the York Cathedral, the world's largest Railway Museum, the York Dungeon, and the York Castle Museum, to name a few.
The city is noted for its rich history, playing an important role throughout much of its existence; it is nearly 2,000 years old. Currently, the core of the city within the walls is a major tourist destination, attracting visitors from all over the world.
"It is located at the end of a street that is close to a quiet park with easy access to the walled city of medieval York perhaps 5 minutes away. The location is quiet and the owners are great people always willing to help with any needs such as sights to see, suggestions on where to eat, directions, and anything else that may arise. The rooms at the B&B are very nice (we had a four poster bed) and as mentioned, the location is very quiet. The full English breakfast was perfect and included large portions of food nicely cooked. When returning to York, I will definitely stay at 23 St Marys again."
"This was the best place we stayed at on our 2 week trip to England. The rooms were comfortable and cozy with nice extras. The hosts were VERY helpful. They sat down with us in the morning and helped us schedule great places to see and gave us a map and directions. We loved this place!"
"This was a cute and nicely decorated B & B in a quiet location. Me and my husband stayed here for 2 nights in May. The location is also convenient to many key sites in York. The breakfast was the best we had while traveling in England."
"Comfortable room with parking and a great breakfast in the morning. Owners are very helpful in getting you on your way in York. The B&B is a 5 minute walk from the city wall and the Railroad Museum."
General Information: Welcome to our bed and breakfast accommodation, 23 St Mary's B&B, in the beautiful historic city of York, England. Our unique Victorian terrace dates from the 1890s and provides quality overnight lodgings just a few minutes walk from York city centre. Our ancient and very beautiful city has much to offer visitors in both summer and winter.
Our bed and breakfast accommodation is well situated for all the York attractions and for touring the northern areas of the UK. A warm and friendly welcome always awaits you at St Mary’s bed and breakfast accommodation. Features include:
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.
Rates: (Prices quoted in GBP Pounds).
Prices include full English Breakfast + Value Added Tax.
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"23 St Mary’s is a lovely Victorian house near the centre of York, this B&B is everything it should be & more. The owners Chris & Julie are very welcoming & nothing is too much trouble for them. We have stayed at this B&B many times & have always been more than happy with the service & facilities."
"A great place. Easy to find. Lovely rooms. Wonderful, helpful hosts - Chris and Julie Simpson. Breakfasts are well done and set in a lovely dinning room. Great location...just 5 minute walk from the city wall. Not a thing to keep a person away. We were a family of four with two teenagers and the wireless internet worked flawlessly for the boys."
"We stayed for 5 nights at 23 St. Mary's in York, England. It is an excellent B & B with very cordial owners who are willing to assist. The breakfast is one of the best we have experienced with a large offering of a variety of food. The hot dishes are freshly prepared by Chris and served by his wife."
"This B&B was very nice. The owners are very helpful and offer a great map and tell you the best way to get around town. They are located on a quiet peaceful street and are about an 8 minute walk from the train station. Downtown York where all the shops are, is also very close."