Centurion House Apartments
Hotel apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Well appointed, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartments located in a central position on Skeldergate. This secure gated development offers everything one requires for city living and more. Lift access, allocated parking and walking distance to all the very best York has to offer. The train station is only a 10 minute walk.
These newly refurbished luxury apartments have been furnished to a high standard with a fully fitted granite kitchen and all the utensils, as well as being decorated with simple and neutral shades. Each apartment comes with the added benefits of a dishwasher, TV, iPod docking station, free WiFi access, plus a car parking space (booking required and chargeable).
As well as being close to some of York's central visitor attractions such as the Art Gallery, The Minster and The Museum Gardens, the apartments are also located a short distance from York's outer ring road (A1237) and the shopping and business parks that are situated along this road.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
Northern England region
Not content with being Yorkshire's most important historic building, the awe-inspiring York Minster is also the largest medieval cathedral in all of Northern Europe. Seat of the archbishop of York, primate of England, it is second in importance only to Canterbury, home of the primate of all England – the separate titles were created to settle a debate over whether York or Canterbury was the true centre of the English church.
But that's where Canterbury's superiority ends, for York Minster is without doubt one of the world's most beautiful Gothic buildings. If this is the only cathedral you visit in England, you'll still walk away satisfied – so long as you have the…
A peaceful 4 hectare city-centre oasis that houses a wealth of medieval history, much of it in picturesque tatters. Assorted ruins and buildings include the Museum Gardens Lodge dating from 1874 and a 19th-century working observatory. The abbey ruins make a suitably evocative backdrop for Mystery Plays held in the gardens every four years.
Take time out from York's summertime tourist hordes to wander past the abbey's Hospitium and Gatehall entrance, the Victorian Gothic Gardens Lodge and a VIP accommodation lodge dating from 1470. Then plunge into the Yorkshire Museum and its fine collection of Roman, Anglo-Saxon, Viking and medieval remains. Pride of place goes to the…
La Vecchia Scuola
Housed in the former York College for Girls, the faux elegant dining room - complete with self-playing grand piano - is straight out of Growing Up Gotti, but there's nothing fake about the food: authentic Italian cuisine served in suitably snooty style by proper Italian waiters.
Afternoon tea, old-school style, with white-aproned waitresses, linen tablecloths and a teapot collection ranged along the walls. House speciality is the Yorkshire Fat Rascal – a huge fruit scone smothered in melted butter – but the smoked haddock with poached egg and Hollandaise sauce is our favourite lunch dish. No bookings - queue for a table at busy times.
Fiesta Mexicana Chimichangas, tostadas and burritos served in a relentlessly happy atmosphere. Students and party groups on the rip add to the fiesta; it's not subtle or subdued, but when is Mexican food ever so?
A Georgian town house with a veritable maze of rooms and corridors, showcasing the wares of about 120 dealers selling everything from lapel pins and snuff boxes to oil paintings and longcase clocks. And the house is haunted as well…
National Railway Museum
Many railway museums are the sole preserve of lone men in anoraks comparing dog-eared notebooks and getting high on the smell of machine oil, coal smoke and nostalgia. But this place is different. York's National Railway Museum – the biggest in the world, with more than 100 locomotives – is so well presented and full of fascinating stuff that it's interesting even to folk whose eyes don't mist over at the thought of a 4-6-2 A1 Pacific class chuffing into a tunnel.
Highlights for the trainspotters among us include a replica of George Stephenson's Rocket(1829), the world's first 'modern' steam locomotive; the sleek and streamlined Mallard,which set the world speed…
Stately homes may be two-a-penny in England, but you'll have to try pretty damn hard to find one as breathtakingly stately as Castle Howard, a work of theatrical grandeur and audacity set in the rolling Howardian Hills. This is one of the world's most beautiful buildings, instantly recognisable from its starring role in the 1980s TV series Brideshead Revisitedand more recently in the 2008 film of the same name (both based on Evelyn Waugh's 1945 novel of nostalgia for the English aristocracy).
When the Earl of Carlisle hired his pal Sir John Vanbrugh to design his new home in 1699, he was hiring a bloke who had no formal training and was best known as a playwright.…
As well as being close to some of York's central visitor attractions such as the Art Gallery,
The Minster and The Museum Gardens, the apartments are also located a short distance from York's outer ring road (A1237) and the shopping and business parks that are situated along this road.
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