Lamb Lion Inn

Historic Inn in York, Yorkshire

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2-4 High Petergate

Lamb Lion Inn, York

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The Lamb and Lion is one of York's finest old Inns rich in historic character and traditional charm. It is the perfect location to enjoy a stay in the heart of the historic city. The beautifully decorated rooms overlook High Petergate or the city walls and offer all modern amenities.

All rooms are en-suite containing luxurious toiletries from Aromatherapy Associates.The Inn is complete with little snugs and open fires and the superb beer garden has an incredible view over to the Minster.

 4 star rating

From: £75.00

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