19th-century York hotel stay in a boutique gem
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Stay at a characterful 19th-century boutique hotel in central York, with breakfast, and afternoon tea with prosecco or dinner included. Fully refundable - book with confidence
- Historic hotel for a historic setting: When you're visiting a city as old as York, you need somewhere to stay that fits the tone. You need ivy tangling its way up the heavy stone walled exterior, roaring fireplaces, dramatic high ceilings and gold-framed portraits to survey the grandeur of the room - and that's exactly what you'll find at the luxurious Grange Hotel.
- Boutique interiors: This grade II-listed building, built in 1830, is filled with luxe boutique Regency design inside. The grand lounges offer a cosy spot for a post-shopping chill out and dining here is a feast of good old British home-cooking in The Ivy Brasserie. Rooms at The Grange Hotel are elegant and classical in their decor, all individually designed in a light and airy style and boasting bold boutique design.
- Award-winning dining: There's also a fantastic restaurant, popular with locals for hearty, modern cuisine and great ambience. Atmospherically located in the hotel's cellars, the Ivy Brasserie has a warm and unpretentious vibe. Afternoon tea is served in the Morning Room, with a selection of cakes and sandwiches with tea and coffee in the traditional English style.
- Two AA rosette restaurant
- Tasting events
- Parking (£12.50 per day)
- Afternoon tea
- Room service
How to get there
Just half a mile and a 10-minute walk from the city centre, The Grange Hotel is a grade II-listed building, built in 1830. The hotel is less than a mile's walk from York railway station, which is well served by trains from the north and south of the UK. By road, York is a direct journey up the A1 from London and the South East, and down the M1 from the North.
We cannot guarantee access to hotel facilities (e.g restaurant or spa), as these are subject to change due to COVID-19. We advise you check with the hotel two weeks before your trip. If you choose not to travel, you must actively cancel up to eight days in advance to ensure a full refund.
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