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Book a luxury short break to York!

Who doesn’t love a visit to York. This fabulous Yorkshire city mixes medieval buildings, cosmopolitan bars and first-class shops and restaurants. There’s always something happening in York and plenty to see and do for couples, families and groups of friends alike.

Plan your next trip to the medieval city of York

Whether you like a 5-star luxury apartment in York city centre to a holiday cottage in the surrounding Yorkshire countryside, why not book a luxury short break to York! (You can even stay in a medieval York tower if you fancy something a little bit different).

Pear Tree House

Luxury holiday home in York City Centre

This 2-bedroom York holiday home is perfect for couples, friends and families alike. It’s in a quiet street that’s just 5 minutes walk from both The Shambles and York Minster so you can park up the car (it comes with private parking) and forget about it.

Luxury York Holiday Home with private parking

The open plan living space leads directly onto the garden (which looks out over the city walls) and everything inside is top notch. Each bedroom is on a separate floor with plenty of wardrobe space and a private bathroom. Find out more.

Lendal Tower

The exterior of Lendal Tower - incredible!

Lendal Tower is very special indeed – perfect if you want to immerse yourself in York’s rich history. This holiday home with a difference dates back over 700 years and is housed in a medieval tower.

Book a stylish short break to York with a stay at Lendal Tower

It has plenty of character and original features (well it is Grade I listed) and the star of the show is a roof terrace. Sit out and enjoy panoramic views over York. Find out more.

Moat Hall Cottage

If you like to have your cake and eat it to, Moat Hall Cottage could be the holiday home for you. It’s set in the peaceful hamlet of Little Ouseburn so is handy for both York and Harrogate.

Enjoy a short break to York

Enjoy the best of the Yorkshire countryside then take a short drive into York to explore the shops and attractions like York Minster. Find out more.

Seaves Cottage Brandsby

Seaves Cottage Brandsby is perfect for a weekend brak to the country

This Grade II listed stone cottage is set on the edge of the beautiful Howardian Hills and dates all the way back to 1427. You can drive into York in just 15 minutes and spend the day exploring this Medieval City. We recommend heading to Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre in Summer 2018.

Welcome to Seaves Cottage in Brandsby, a chocolate box Grade II listed holiday cottage just North of York

The picturesque village of Brandsby is perfect for a short break. The excellent Durham Ox at Crayke is just a short drive away.

Darcy’s Cottage

Gorgeous period range, with stone flooring and granite worktops, this really is a cottage you will not want to leave

Darcy’s Cottage is perfect for a romantic weekend break. This beautiful one-bedroom bolthole is just a 15 minute drive from central York.  It’s set in the charming village of Holtby in the Yorkshire Wolds. You can enjoy a walk through the gently rolling hills one day then enjoy the best of York the next.

Harry’s Stable

Welcome to the beautiful Harry's Stable, like stepping into an interiors magazine!

We think Harry’s Stable has got the country cottage look just right. This luxury holiday home has been beautifully designed and the setting is absolutely gorgeous. It’s set in the grounds of a 16th century farmhouse that’s a short 15-minute drive from York City Centre.

Step outside to find a lovely stone and gravel patio set next to a horses' paddock.

The perfect country retreat but in easy reach of the city – what more could you want?

York Minster, York

York Minster courtesy of Mike Kipling

There’s so much to see and do in York that it’s hard to know where to start. Make time to walk along the city walls, take a boat trip up the river, and visit York Minster for starters. Children will love a trip to Jorvik Viking Centre and York Museum has recently launched Yorkshire’s Jurassic World which is well worth a visit.

Jorvik Viking Centre, York

If you are planning a short break to York, give the Gorgeous Cottages team a call on 01642 263 249 to see how we can help.

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