The Waggon & Horses

Inn in York, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

19 Lawrence Street
YO10 3BP

The Waggon & Horses, York

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Welcome to the Waggon & Horses, York. YORK CAMRA PUB OF THE SEASON 2009 - CAMRA GOOD BEER GUIDE 2011. Recently refurbished and under new ownership, we offer superb accommodation in the vibrant city of York at competitive prices.

Only a short five minute walk into the centre of town.

Double rooms start at £35.00 per night including a full English or continental breakfast. We also offer a superb range of real ales. As well as our regular Bateman’s beers, we always have four guests, including a cider.

Check out our drinks page to see what real ales are on offer this week. Our superb food is well worth a try. We serve our delicious home made pies all day.

There is always something going on at the Waggon. Check out what’s on this week and make sure the Waggon & Horses becomes an essential part of your time in York. For sports fans we have live sport on large screen TV.

We look forward to offering you a warm welcome at the Waggon & Horses. Please note we do not take bookings for accommodation from hen or stag parties .

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