York House

62 Heworth Green, York, YO31 7TQ, United Kingdom
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Rooms to rent?

by new_hope30

Hello everyone. My name is Camille and I am looking to visit York for a couple of months beginning mid-May. My question is this ... does anyone know a source where I can find a room to rent rather than staying in a hotel? For this amount of time, it would just be too expensive. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.


Re: Rooms to rent?

by Deus_ultima

well..if ever you get to Montreal, there is a room to rent here!
(seems like your travelling a bit, so.)

Re: Re: Rooms to rent?

by Sjalen

Try York Youth Hotel at Bishopshill Senior in the middle of town. They are a typical hostel but often have long term rates and you can then get a smaller than average dorm without school classes. They also sometimes offer you to share a flat with their staff - that's how I spent some months in York before moving in with my then boyfriend now husband :-))) A special lifestyle but why not for a couple of months.

Re: Rooms to rent?

by lululeathley

just a thought, but have you tried asking the universities? ther are 2, the university of York and St Johns college, as you'll be ther over the summer time, they might have halls of residence with rooms free, it would also be a good way to meet people. Also try searching internet for estate agents as they might be able to helo you out as well. Another idea might be to get in touch with the tourist office (based at the train station) as they might have some ideas for you.

hope this helps, laura

Travel Tips for York

Churches - St. Sampson's

by yooperprof

Close to the market, St. Sampson's has been "decomissioned" as a functioning parish and now operates as a center for the "over 60s." Good to see the building still in active use!

St. Sampson was a Welsh monk and bishop who lived in the "heroic age" of celtic monasticism. He ended up in Brittany where he helped to found the Cathedral of Dol. His feast day is July 28.

You must visit the imposing...

by Jillworld

You must visit the imposing Clifford's Tower, built as the central keep of York castle in the 13th century. Before this structure, there was a wooden tower dating back to the 11th century, built on the same mound. In 1190, within this wooden structure, York's Jewish community was massacred. Just one of many gruesome tales that make up York's history.

Bill Bryson - Notes from a small island


Notes from a small island by Bill Bryson tells the story of Bryson's last trip around Britain before moving back to the States after almost 20 years on the British island.
The book is packed with interesting and funny stories about travelling as it really happens. By reading the book you get a nice insight into the life of the British people and their peculiarities. Some places Bryson visits on his trip are: Bradford, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Llandudno, London, Porthmanog and Thurso.
This book is definitely a must-read for everyone before or after a trip to Britain.

Micklegate Museum seems quite...

by Bagillbaer

Micklegate Museum seems quite unknown - it's a very small museum inside the Micklegate building (I guess there's an exact term for that one... uh, I'll try to find out). Not like smashingly astonishing supergood, but it's quite nice and it has the priceless feature of free photo sessions with Roman helmets, some other armour items and this stick-your-head-through-the-hole kind of picture that shows your head on a post and says 'I lost my head at Micklegate bar.' or something...*sniffs* My shot of that came out blurry, alas... *sniffle sniffs* But I took a pic of myself with this Roman helmet, trying to look like a nasty, incorruptible town guard. Ain't it pretty *aheam*...

Eden Camp

by cheekymarieh

The museum tells of the events of World War 2. Life has been recreated complete with the sounds and smells of the time. It is actually located in the huts of a former prisoner of war camp. It tells of the rise of Hitler, of life during this time and what life was like as a prisoner of war

Open from 10am until 5pm.

Cost £4 adults

Location: Off the A64 near to Malton


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