The perfect holiday apartments for Self Catering in York. Our city centre York self-catering accommodation is close to everything York has to offer. Few cities rival the charm of York. Steeped in history and beauty, it offers stunning architecture, fabulous York events and festivals and an eclectic range of shops, stylish restaurants and bars.
Stay in York with style and use our self-catering facilities to enjoy York as if you lived here. Famous for the York Minster, the largest Gothic cathedral north of the Alps, York is tangle of cobbled streets and a relaxed café culture, you will enjoy a wonderful break whatever the time of year. Alternatively you can stay in one of the beautiful York Bed and Breakfast around this charming city.
York Minster: A visit to this architectural masterpiece goes without saying! Admire the dazzling stained glass windows, explore the mysterious Undercroft and climb to the top of the tower for a breathtaking view of the region.
Jorvik Viking Centre: Hop into a 'time machine' and let it transport you through a Viking settlement recapturing what life was 1000 years ago. Smell the cooking aromas and putrid smells and talk to the 'locals' - An award-winning experience for all the family.
National Railway Museum: Relive the golden age of the train and explore the fascinating collection of engines and carriages.
York Castle Museum: Experience how everyday life once was in real life settings
York Dungeon: Immerse into York's bloody past.
Yorkshire Museum: Set in beautiful gardens in the heart of York, the Yorkshire Museum is home to fascinating roman sculpture, mosaics, jewellery, pottery and geology in the region.
Yorkboat: Head for the river and see the city from a different perspective.
There are so many York Attractions to choose from.Whilst in Europe's most haunted cities, join one of the nightly ghost tours as they set off through the ancient streets recounting stories of York's spooky past. But if tales of beheaded monarchs aren't your idea of fun, there are numerous city walks covering every interest from Roman history to chocolate trails and York brewery tours.
For a bird's eye view of the city, stroll along solid Roman walls.
Pedestrianised streets make York a dream shopping destination.
Walk down the Shambles, York's oldest and best-preserved medieval street and then wander in a web of streets with an amazing array of independent boutiques, vintage stores and unique craft shops for amazing gifts for your friends or just yourself.
Tired of sightseeing and wandering? Relax and enjoy York's vibrant arts and café culture.
Indulge in a cream tea at elegant Betty's with its ornate mirrors and wood paneling, sip local beers in one of the city's heritage taverns, or champagne at a trendy riverside bar.
Next enjoy some fine food at a new crop of bistros and restaurants in wonderful surroundings!