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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 ...
Home to some of the United Kingdom's most famous National Parks, North Yorkshire is a magnet for lovers of the great outdoors. That's not the only thing luring in tourists from across the globe, though. The largest county in England can also boast one of the richest histories. Due largely to its proximity to both the North Sea and the border of Scotland, North Yorkshire has played a big role in some of England's most intriguing battles. Much of the county's visible history lies in the City of York. Bootham Bar is one of the city's most popular historical sites and is surrounded by plenty of fabulous B&Bs and hotels.
Bootham Bar is an important part of York's city walls, acting as one of four main entrances to the city's Roman fortress. A gateway has been present on the site for close to 2,000 years, though the current structure is slightly more recent. The bulk of the structure dates to around the 14th Century, but parts of the archway itself date as far back as the 11th Century. Bootham Bar was the last of the bars to lose its Barbican, which stayed until 1835.
The north-western gate would once have been used to display the heads of traitors to the crown. Examples of such traitors include a trio of rebels who chose to oppose the restoration of King Charles II - obviously their rebellion didn't end well!
Thanks to its central York location, Bootham Bar offers visitors their pick of some of the finest hotels in North Yorkshire. The centre of town boasts just about everything, from huge brand hotels to welcoming guesthouses and B&Bs.
Visitors looking to indulge themselves during their stay in North Yorkshire can check in to the Grand Hotel and Spa, a stunning five-star hotel right next to the city's ancient walls. In addition to the extensive leisure facilities, there's some conference space, a business centre and a rooftop terrace, offering views across this beautiful city.
If a more intimate style of accommodation is what you're after then there are numerous charming B&Bs in York, many of which are family-run businesses.