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The beautiful Ebor Malthouse is about a ten minute walk from the city’s historic Castle and Coppergate areas where the Castle Museum, Clifford’s Tower and Jorvik Centre are located. It is also just a couple of minutes from river walks and cruises and from the award winning Bishopthorpe Road, known as the Notting Hill of the North with all of its shops, delis and restaurants.York racecourse is just over a mile from the property.
Through the front door of the main building guests can visit the original malt processing room and view the equipment - a truly unique and historic feature.
The accommodation itself is spread over four floors and is furnished to the highest design standards and offers ample space, quality and comfort for up to six guests.
The front door leads into a lobby area (containing the doors to the historic malthouse furnace) and then into the superb high-roofed designer kitchen with breakfast bar and window seat. There is a separate utility room with washer and drier facilities.
At mezzanine level, open to the kitchen area below, is a lovely dining-room. The open plan design between the kitchen and dining areas make for a wonderfully sociable space.
Also accessible from the kitchen is the back entrance, leading via a corridor to the lovely private shared garden.
Above the dining room, is a supremely comfortable living room, a compact but well appointed double bedroom and a spacious designer family bathroom with bath and shower over.
Then on the top floor are two sumptuous super-king bedrooms (one bed splits into twin beds) and an en-suite shower room to the main bedroom.
Parking is on the street outside or a permit can be provided for the nearby car-park.
This really is a superb holiday property offering guests a terrific location from which to explore York, and to be away from the hubbub at night.