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Church View B&B

A Historic Hotel in York, Yorkshire

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The Village Stockton on the Forest York
York
Yorkshire
England
Y032 9UP

Church View B&B, York

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Church View is a 200 year old former farmhouse located in the unspoilt pretty village of Stockton on the Forest on the East side of York offering quality accommodation overlooking the village church approximately 3 miles from the ancient City of York and ideally situated for visiting the North Yorkshire Moors and East Coast both less than an hours drive away .All rooms are tastefully decorated and refurbished for 2007 season and en-suite with TV video in family rooms with a selection of tapes and drink making facilities We have a cosy visitors lounge with real fires for a cosy evening in. We also have three self contained cottages to the rear of the house all beautifully decorated with quality furnishings and fittings with en-suite bedrooms attractive cosy lounges and kitchen area for those that prefer their private accommodation they are all ground floor providing easy access for those that can not manage stairs The village has a pubrestaurant just a short walk away serving excellent meals and a 18 hole Golf Course and is on bus route too and from York and the East Coast and York Station every 30 mins There are many lovely country walks any plenty of pubs and restaurants only a short drive away Our rooms consist of a large spacious ground floor room with king size bed and two single can accommodate two extra single beds if required.Ideal for a larger family or group One room overlooking the village church with double and single bed and a four poster double Special diets catered for with notice. There is off road parking at the front of the house.And secure alarmed workshop for motor cycles..

3 star rating

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Facilities

  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Video/DVD Player
  • TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Ground floor bedrooms
  • Mountain Bike Hire
  • CD Player
  • CD Library

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