York guest house, 3 night break £27pp Mon-Thur, Full breakfast 10 min walk to town centre/attractions, LCD Freeview TV and free WIFI Internet, non smoking.
The "Old Vic" meaning Old Victorian is a 19th century town house tastefully decorated to a high standard and conveniently situated just a short walk from York city centre. This family run, highly recommended non smoking guest house sits just minutes away from York's Medieval Streets, reached by taking a leisurely stroll along the pleasant Riverside Walk. Free on street parking with no restrictions is available to residents.
All rooms en-suite, with private shower, toilet and sink (except 1 single that has a key to its own Jacuzzi bath/shower room nearby). All rooms benefit from LCD Freeview TV, free WIFI internet, tea and coffee facilities, radio alarms, hairdryers, dressing table and mirror. There is an ironing board on every floor. Individual heating and double glazing throughout.
All of our 9 rooms are stylishly decorated, and all have en-suite shower, toilet, shaver point and washbasin. Individual heating and double glazing is throughout, and guests can choose from double, family, and single rooms.
We serve an extensive breakfast menu, with a choice of cereals, fruit juice and as much tea/coffee and toast as you like. As well as tea/coffee we also offer herbal and fruit teas, Earl Grey, decaffeinated tea and coffee and fruit squash.
Both a vegetarian and children's menu is offered, along with hearty English breakfasts served to you in the comfortable dining room.
Travel cots and high chairs are available and hairdryers supplied on request. Stay 3 nights at the Old Vic and benefit from our discount special break offers.
Please ring for availability or book online thank you. PLEASE NOTE we do not accept stag/hen parties. If you require family rooms would you please specify how many children and their ages.
Special offer for 3 nights or more 3 night special (excluding August Bank Hols, Ebor races & Easter) £27pn
Located just a short walk from York city centre and multitude of York's historic attractions, such as The Yorkshire Museum, The Railway Museum, Yorvik Viking Centre and The Castle Museum.