Jacobean Lodge Hotel

Plainville Lane, Wigginton, North Yorkshire, YO32 2RG, United Kingdom
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Travler from the states

by Lizarnold17

Hi I'm Liz and I'm from the States...I'm arriving in York from London then going to Helmsley, and don't know where to start on transport...If any one can help it would be way cool...

Re: Travler from the states

by ghosthunter

Hello Liz,
Cheapest way would be the bus. http://www.northyorkstravel.info/search-results.php Than click on route 31x
Darren.

Re: Travler from the states

by Britannia2

Quite easy - you need to take a Scarborough bound Yorkshire Coastliner bus from York to Pickering and in Pickering change to a No.128 Helmsley bound bus from Scarborough and District bus company. See www.yorkshirecoastliner.co.uk and www.eyms.co.uk/scarb/mainsd.htm .
If you need any further help please ask.

Re: Travler from the states

by Sjalen

Haha, yes there is both a direct bus and the Pickering route depending on what time of day you need to travel. See the sites above.

Travel Tips for York

A Fascinating Medieval City

by keeweechic

York is certainly a fascinating medieval city and there is more to do there than I had time to cover. You really need a couple of days at least there.

Apart from York Minster which was magnificent, I just loved the old houses and buildings and the narrow streets like Ladies Row which is York's oldest street. The houses are the oldest buildings in the city and also among the oldest in England. For almost 700 years, they have remained as if just built in their original condition.

take a tour of the city. This...

by steventilly

take a tour of the city. This can be done by open air bus or by horse drawn carriage. This is probably the most romantic way to see the city. The carriages leave from Duncombe Place (in front of the Dean Court Hotel).

Fire Hazard

by sabsi

At least four times in its history York minster was party destroyed by fire. In 1984 there was another fire - caused by lightning - which destroyed the south of the minster.

Now when you light a candle in the cathedral you will find something very unusual: Fire Blankets!!

Cold War Bunker

by Britannia2

A nrew attraction in 2006 is the York Cold War Bunker. This semi submerged nuclear bunker is also known as the Aztec Temple due to its Ziggurat design. The bunker was fully operational from the 1960s to the 1990s and kept in a state of readiness in case of nuclear attack.
Thankfully an attack or war seems unlikely now and this is Yorks latest attraction.
It is off Acomb Road and about a mile from the city centre in Monument Close.
Admission is expensive at £5.00 ( as at May 2006) and you must pre book a visit by telephoning first.

St. William's College

by northeast80

Reached through a narrow passageway, it opens up into a very pretty courtyard with all the timbered buildings, some showing signs of modern, sypathetic restoration work.
It actually belongs to York Minster, and you can hire some rooms for conferences.
It is on- 5 College Street, York, and is very close to the Minster.

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 Jacobean Lodge Hotel

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Address: Plainville Lane, Wigginton, North Yorkshire, YO32 2RG, United Kingdom