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Hotels in York

Hotels in York

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The weather in York varies significantly throughout the year. To catch the city at its warmest (British climate permitting), visit in July or August, although June and September are also often hot and sunny. This time of year is perfect for couples looking to enjoy a mini-break in a remarkable city.Families with children can make the most of York’s Christmas Festival, a yearly festive celebration that runs from mid-November until the end of December. It transforms the city centre into a winter wonderland of sparkling lights and German-inspired markets. Spring is ideal if you’d like to venture into York’s countryside with its national parks, wild moors and charming villages on your doorstep.
Take your pick from hotels in York near the Shambles to truly immerse yourself into the city’s heritage. As York’s most famous street, it’s where history-lovers congregate to admire its Tudor architecture, jettied floors and overhanging buildings. There’s also the Shrine of Margaret Clitherow – the now-canonised historic woman put to death in 1586 because of her faith.The Principal is one of the hotels in York to consider if you’re after a bit of luxury. It’s a Grade II listed building, originally the area’s railway hotel, but now a five-storey haven of yellow Scarborough brick. It’s exclusive, central and has stunning views of York Minster.When you’re planning a family trip to York, look for hotels near Jorvik Viking Centre, a journey through the area’s adventurous past. Similarly, York Dungeon invites daring families to enjoy spellbinding stories that delve into the dark, and sometimes morbid, history of York. Or, opt for one of the many ghost tours of the city to be educated and spooked in equal measure. The tour’s will take you down York’s cobbled alleyways and darkest nooks and crannies and are, mostly, suitable for children.Art lovers looking for hotels in York that plant them in the middle of the artistic action are in luck. There are creative spaces sprinkled throughout the city: try York Art Gallery to see Lowry and Hockney, or the National Trust Beningbrough Hall, Gallery & Gardens for portraits and sculptures from local and international artists.

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