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Located in the heart of York, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Micklegate Bar, York Minster, and York Dungeon. York National Railway Museum and ...
Situated in York, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Bootham Bar and York Minster. Shambles and York National Railway Museum are also within 1 mile (2 ...
Located in the heart of York, this inn is steps away from Roman Column and York Minster. Shambles and Merchant Adventurers' Hall are also within 10 minutes.
Located in the heart of York, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk of All Saints Church and York Dungeon. York Minster and Jorvik Viking Centre ...
Situated in York, this romantic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Micklegate Bar, York Dungeon and Jorvik Viking Centre. York Minster and Shambles are also ...
Located in Fulford, this romantic hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Kohima Museum, Clifford's Tower, and York Castle Museum. York Dungeon and Merchant Adventurers' ...
Situated in York, this spa hotel is within 3 miles (5 km) of York Racecourse, York Minster and Clifford's Tower. York Castle Museum and York Dungeon are also ...
With more than 40% of its land devoted to National Parks, North Yorkshire is famous for its outstanding natural beauty. However, there's a great deal more to this popular holiday destination than the outdoors. York is the most visited city in the country outside of London, thanks largely to its picturesque streets and wealth of history. Among the city's highlights is Bedern Hall, a medieval building used for all manner of events. Enjoying a central location, Bedern Hall is close to many of the city's best hotels.
Bedern Hall was first constructed in the 14th Century, originally forming part of the College of the Vicars Choral. From the 1390s until the middle part of the 17th Century, Bedern Hall served as the college's refectory, bringing members together at meal times.
Late in the 17th Century, Bedern Hall was incorporated into a private house. The hall served various functions in the years to come, ending up as a bakery and butchers in the 20th Century. The building sadly then fell into disrepair. Restoration work began in 1979 and the Grade II listed building is now the great medieval hall it started life as.
The spectacular hall is now once again open to the public, being used primarily as a space for dining and social events. From weddings to corporate events, the space is diverse in its capabilities.
The impressive catering options are great for weddings, with chefs making use of all kinds of local ingredients. Business guests are lured in by the fibre broadband, state of the art AV equipment and proximity to the main train station in York.
Bedern Hall is set in the heart of York, a city which boasts some of the finest guesthouses and hotels in North Yorkshire.
Grays Court is an exceptional five-star hotel located just metres from Bedern Hall. The luxurious inn is finished to an incredibly high standard and offers an array of business facilities, perfect for professional guests visiting Bedern Hall for a corporate event.
There are also a number of affordable and friendly guesthouses located all around the city centre.