Stay in a 19th century boutique hotel in central York, including breakfast and dinnerThe breakfast and three-course dinner, both complimentary
Attending afternoon tea at Bettys – a must
The quiet location, even with the city center just a 10-minute walk
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The 1830 hotel has a warm ambience, with antique paintings and a wood-burning fireplace
It's an easy stroll to the medieval city walls and York's historic center
Dine on a slab of tender steak at the brasserie in the hotel's brick cellar
A characterful 19th-century boutique hotel in central York with breakfast and three-course set-menu dinner included
When you're visiting a city as historic and beautiful as York, you need somewhere to stay that fits the tone - no minimalist box will cut it here. 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.
Just half a mile and a 10-minute walk from the city center, The Grange Hotel is a Grade II listed building, built in 1830. Solid and imposing from the outside and filled with luxe boutique Regency design inside, it's a heavenly base for a trip to York. The grand lounges offer a cozy spot for a post-shopping chill out and dining here is a feast of good old British home-cooking in The Ivy Brasserie.
Using the hotel as a glamorous base, you'll be able to explore the sights of York, from the numerous high-end designer shops, independent boutiques and excellent drinking and dining options to the narrow cobbled streets of The Shambles, the pretty Museum Gardens, afternoon tea at Bettys (a must-do!) and the majestic York Minster cathedral.