Avenue Guest House

6 The Avenue, Clifton, York, North Yorkshire, YO30 6AS, United Kingdom
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Help! Where can I find one night stay during weekend in York

by civic1500

Anyone can advise where can I find a B&B which would offer a one night stay during weekend from 20 to 21 Sept. as I noted that most of them don't single night stay during weedend.

Re: Help! Where can I find one night stay during weekend in York

by leics

Use the search engine provided by the York Tourist Information peple:


Choosing '0.5 - 1 mile from the city centre' brings up 9 possibilities for your date.

Best book now though, as it's a popular place.

Re: Help! Where can I find one night stay during weekend in York

by Britannia2

How are you traveling? If you have a car there are many places just outside York that will allow single nights.

Re: Help! Where can I find one night stay during weekend in York

by Rosstipha

Try Premiertravel inn or Travelodge. You can generally get them as cheap as a B&B

Re: Help! Where can I find one night stay during weekend in York

by lichtie

The York Youth Hotel allow single night stays at weekends (at least they did last year - and that was during York races)

Travel Tips for York

York Cathedral - stunning !!

by Astralka

Sorry for this picture, my friend has taken it, she was concentrated on her husband more than on the cathedral. But at least you can see the main entrance behind us. It was impossible 2 take a good photo, as it is the largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe ! Definitely worth seeing !

Finally I found the pict of the whole Minister on aadil VT pages

Clifford's Tower is a proud...

by aadil

Clifford's Tower is a proud symbol of the might of the medieval kings and was built by Henry III in the 13th century. It was earlier made out of wood but later converted into stone. The Jews of York were at one time persecuted and burnt alive in this tower and there is a small memorial in their honour there too. The tower is closed for viewing if it is raining heavily!! Entrance is 2 Pounds Sterling.

Portable food from the Cornish Pasty Bakery.

by leics

Pasties are pastry containers which hold, traditionally, a hot filling of beef, swede, potato and onion. They originated in Cornwall, but can now be found all over the country. They are brilliant for eating as you wander around, especially if it's a bit chilly!
York has two excellent pasty shops.....one on Colliergate and one on Coney Street. They have a variety of pasties, in 3 sizes and with different fillings, as well as selling drinks, sandwiches, baguettes and panini. They're open till midnight on Friday and Saturday. Pasties from 99p.

Castle Howard

by Skibbe

About 25 miles northeast of York is the lovely estate called Castle Howard. It is most famous as the site where "Brideshead Revisited" was filmed in 1981. It fits very well with the romanticized vision most of us Americans have of old England. The family still lives there. It is an amazing place and the rose garden was one of my all-time favorite gardens.

All Saints Pavement

by leics

All Saints Pavement is a 14th century church right in the city centre. There's probably been a church on this site since 685AD.

If it's open when you pass by, do go in.

The church itself was renovated in 2000-2002, and so is in good condition. Its rather beautiful lantern tower (dating from around 1400) must have provided a welcome landmark for Medieval travellers.....that was its purpose, and two of the ancient lenses used to magnigy the lantern light can still be seen inside the church.

You can also see a stained-glass window created from fragments of the original stained -glass (1300s), a lectern from the 1400s and (of course) a tiny Green Man carved into the reredos behind the altar (created by the famous local woodcarver Robert 'Mousey' Thompson.see tip below).

Within the church you will also find a chunk of 10th-century gravemarker discovered on the site its stone carved with intricate Celtic patterns.

Well worth a visit if you are passing by....and you almost certainly will pass by, as Pavement is at the end of York's main shopping street (where the public toilets are).


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