Ascot House

Bed and Breakfast in York, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

YO31 7YH

Ascot House, York

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Accommodation Description:

Ascot House has been awarded 4 Stars by the AA and a 4 Star Silver Award by Visit Britain. The city centre is just a 15 minute stroll, or a short bus or taxi ride away, and we provide free, enclosed car parking to the rear of the house. All our bedrooms are en-suite with some having four-poster or antique canopy beds (please note there is no lift access to any of our rooms).

We serve delicious Traditional and Vegetarian Breakfasts from locally sourced produce with Continental options also available from our buffet. Internet access is available in reception and WiFi is accessible throughout. We offer a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks throughout the day to enjoy in the lounge.

 4 star rating

From: £55.00

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