Midway House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

145, Fulford Road, Fulford
YO10 4HG

Midway House, York

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A very warm welcome from resident proprietors Annette and Ian awaits you at Midway House our elegant multi-award winning Victorian Villa. Superbly located in one of York's finest suburbs close to the Historic City Centre, University and Racecourse. We have an excellent private car-park for your use during your stay and the lovely walk into the City is via the riverside promenade.We enjoy high levels of recommendations, with guests regularly returning owing to our friendliness, presentation and cleanliness which is a continuing priority.

From guest nominations we were delighted to be awarded Best Guest House Finalist for three consecutive years. We have a varied selection of spacious rooms including four poster and ground floor options and these are maintained to the highest of standards and benefit from a continuous renewal programme. Wi-Fi internet access.Well acclaimed, freshly cooked breakfasts is served in our sunny dining room, all diets are catered for.

We have a residents lounge for your added enjoyment.

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