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In this section, you will find useful information to assist you in planning your self-catering cottage holiday in York city centre.
Our 5-Star luxury self-catering holiday apartments boast a superb location with private parking within York city walls, close to York Minster.
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[image2]York is centrally located within the broader reaches of Yorkshire and is ideally placed for day trips a little farther afield. York has great connections by both road and rail to other fine Yorkshire cities, such as Leeds, Harrogate and Sheffield.
In Leeds, you'll discover The Armouries Museum, Harvey Nichols, Opera North, and fine Victorian shopping arcades with smart designer names in all the boutiques.
Harrogate is renowned for its Royal Turkish Baths, Pump Rooms, and fine shopping. Harlow Carr, the northern home of The Royal Horticultural Society, offers brilliant floral displays and is worth a visit.
Sheffield's famous history as a steel city is proudly displayed in The Cutler's Hall. The vibrant city centre now boasts The Winter Gardens and a thriving cultural quarter.
Nowhere is better placed than York to experience the amazing variety of countryside on offer in Yorkshire. The Yorkshire Dales, the North Yorkshire Moors, the Yorkshire Wolds and the spectacular Yorkshire coast are all within an hour's car journey, and will astound the visitor with their diversity.
[image1]Yorkshire is home to several stately homes and estates, including Harewood House, Newby Hall and Castle Howard.
Fountain's Abbey, near Ripon, enjoys a perfect setting, as does Rievaulx Abbey near Helmsley. Whitby Abbey, with its Dracula connection and brooding presence, deserves a day's visit and can be linked with a trip to Robin Hood's Bay, a quaint fishing village.
Scarborough is one of England's finest coastal resorts, whilst the long sandy beaches of Filey and Bridlington will not disappoint the visitor in search of the timeless English seaside experience.
Children will love Light Water Valley, Flamingo Land and the North Yorkshire Moor's Steam Railway, the last of which has featured in the Harry Potter films.