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Number 34 - Bootham
Bed and Breakfast: 4772

Super King/Twin en-suite bedroom

North Yorkshire
Pets Allowed:   No
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
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  • We are located five minutes walk from the city centre.
  • All rooms have recently been redecorated to a high standard.
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    Number 34 Bed & Breakfast is an attractive double fronted Victorian terraced house built in 1884. Situated in a quiet street.

    Bootham our cosy Bed and Breakfast is within easy walking distance to all of York's superb attractions including York Minster and The Shambles.

    Number 34 is a warm & friendly, family run Bed & Breakfast offering attractive, spacious, comfortable accommodation and delicious home cooked breakfasts to set you up for your day ahead exploring our beautiful city of York.
    We cater for vegetarian and special diets by prior arrangement.

    We are a short walk from york station.
    We have free on street parking available should your journey be by car. Free WIFI internet access is available to all guests.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk


    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

    From £28.00 - £33.00 per person per night based on two people sharing.

    Family Rooms:
    Single Rooms:
    Double Rooms:
    Twin Rooms:
    Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Vegetarian breakfast option available.
    Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities. Ground Floor room available.

    Guest Book

    From the M1, M62, or the A1 (approaching from the south): Take the A64 (York/Leeds) towards York. Ignore all signs to York until you see the A1237 (outer ring road). Take this road, and go straight ahead at the first five roundabouts. At the sixth roundabout - signposted A19 (York/Thirsk), *turn right towards York. After approximately 2 miles, you will come to a set of traffic lights (just after a church on your left) - go straight ahead at these lights and look for a footbridge which spans the road. Bootham Crescent is the second turning on your left.

    From the A1 at Boroughbridge:
    Take the A59 to York, turn left onto the outer ring road(A1237). At the second roundabout - signposted A19 (York/Thirsk) follow the instructions from * above.

    From the A19 Selby:
    Drive into the centre of York. After you pass the Mecca bingo, get into the right hand lane and turn right onto the inner ring road. You will pass the Barbican centre on your right, and the city walls will be on your left. Go straight ahead at the next four sets of traffic lights. At the fifth set of lights, enter the left hand lane and turn left into Gillygate. Turn right at the next set of lights, onto Bootham. Bootham Crescent is the third turning on your right (news agents on the corner). Number 34 is halfway down on the right hand side of the road.

    Walking directions from York Railway Station:
    Turn left out of the station forecourt and keep walking straight on at the first set of traffic lights; the road will take you underneath the city walls. Keep bearing left and you will cross a bridge over the river. After crossing over the bridge, you will see the entrance to the Museum Gardens on your left hand side - walk straight through the gardens and at the other end, look across the road and slightly to your left. You will see a small lane called Marygate Lane. Walk down the lane, passing a large car park on your left hand side, and carry on underneath the railway line.* Turn right as you come out from under the railway line and carry on walking up to the end of the road, at the top of the road turn left on to Bootham, walk for a few seconds and you will see some shops on the other side of the road, cross here. The street next to the shops is Bootham Crescent and we are situated half way down on the right.

    There is a shortcut, however this involves negotiating several steps up and down over the railway bridge. To take this route:
    Turn left out of the station forecourt, at the first set of lights turn left. You will pass the Royal Mail sorting office on Leeman Road.
    Cross over the road and take the small lane at the end of the sorting office which leads to the river. Cross over the railway bridge and follow the path which runs parallel with the railway line (large car park on your right hand side). Turn left follow underneath the railway line and follow the instructions from * above.

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