The Willows

Bed and Breakfast in York, Yorkshire

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Willow Closeon A59 near Hessay
YO26 8JU

The Willows, York

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You can expect luxurious en-suite rooms and full English Breakfast served to you in the dining area with breath-taking views across our lakes. Take a relaxed stroll around the grounds and soak up the peace and quiet of the countryside whilst having peace of mind that the City Centre and Park and Ride is not far away.You will find yourself in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside but yet only 4.5 miles from the vibrant and atmospheric York city centre and York and Wetherby Races. Our exclusive, luxurious and unique bed and breakfast accommodation has outstanding views across our fishing lakes and is set in 7.5 acres of natural, mature, scenic surroundings with over 3000 trees and mature landscaped gardens, a gentlemans retreat, ideal for the long relaxing weekend you have always promised yourself.

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From: £79.00

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