Accommodation

Overview & description

No. 21 York Bed & Breakfast (B&B) Guest House Accommodation offers a choice of nine clean & comfortable rooms, a warm and homely welcome as well as a great Yorkshire Breakfast - all within a stones throw of York City Centre. Please note we do not cater for Hen or Stag Parties

Built circa 1890 the B&B is a Victorian Terrace that has a history of offering accommodation and breakfast to guests since 1966 when Mrs. J.P. Morcome opened her home to travellers to the city as Morcome Guest House, we will continue in this tradition of offering homely hospitality in some of the finest bed and breakfast accommodation in York.  Just a short stroll along Marygate Lane to the Museum Gardens & you are in the heart of York, with York Minster to your left & the City Centre directly ahead of you. A huge variety of shops, restaurants, coffee shops, bars & attractions are at your feet. The River Ouse is a two minute stroll away and offers great walks, jogging & cycling routes right outside the front door. In addition the countryside of North Yorkshire is on your doorstep, explore the Moors, Dales & Wolds or venture a little further to discover North Yorkshire's amazing coastline.

We offer a fully non-smoking property with en-suite shower room accommodation in all but one of our rooms – this has a private shower room available – LED Smart TV's with Freeview, alarm clock radios with docking station, complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout the property, tea & coffee facilities with Home-made Biscuits from The Sawley Kitchen in Ripon, Taylor's of Harrogate Teas, Coffees and Hot Chocolate, Harrogate Spa mineral waters, hair dryers, irons & boards and free off-road parking to the rear of the building. A lock-up bike shed is also available for guests travelling by – or wishing to bring your – bike.

Breakfast is sourced locally with Bacon, Eggs, Sausages & Black Pudding all coming from Tony Neary's Butchers on Clifton Green. Jams & Marmalades are from Bracken Hill Farm at Elvington. Our yoghurt are supplied by Longley Farm at Holmfirth, the breads are home-made & with flour from Bradshaw's Flour Mill in Driffield, as are the pancakes. Fruits, Vegetables & Fruit Juices are sourced from Sheila’s in the Shambles Market and our Milk and Cream by Dairyman of York and sourced from the Yorkshire Dales.

We are proud to be working with the Blueberry Academy – www.blueberryacademy.co.uk – who help us with our garden & planting as well as our PAT Testing. The Blueberry Academy team provide specialist support for adults with learning difficulties.

We are also proud sponsors and working partners of SNAPPY York – www.snappyyork.co.uk - Snappy seeks to maximise the personal development - and provide good quality play and recreation opportunities for Children and Young people with disability - in York and the surrounding areas

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Facilities available at No.21 York

  • On-Site Parking
  • Wi-fi
  • Pets Accepted