The York Priory

Guest House in York, Yorkshire

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The York Priory Guesthouse
YO10 4BE

The York Priory, York

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The York Priory was established in 1930 previously known as The Priory Hotel. It has been in the same family (Jacksons)for 3 generations. It is always fondly remembered by customers for the Twin Gothic Arches in the gardens, an original Victorian Folly The guesthouse could not be better located for the city centre, attractions and host of lovely 1st class restaurants.

An ideal base for over night or a longer more relaxing break. Free Parking and Free Wireless internet are just 2 of the many benefits including a full English Breakfast and continental cold buffet One thing to be assured there is always a welcome from Liz, Russ and the team.

 4 star rating

From: £59.00

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