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North Yorkshire is known all over the world for its stellar combination of historical attractions and outstanding natural beauty. With 40% of its land covered by National Parks, its stunning sights are impossible to miss. When it comes to historical attractions, it doesn't get much better than York. The small city is packed with things to see and do, making it the second most visited city in England. One of the highlights of York is Fairfax House, a stunning townhouse in the city centre. The property is within easy reach of all the city's best hotels.
Fairfax House is commonly thought of as the finest Georgian townhouse in England, and is possibly the most famous. Number 27, Castlegate, was constructed in the middle of the 18th Century. Serving as the private residence of Viscount Fairfax for many years, the interior was modelled by the renowned architect of the time, John Carr.
Since its construction, Fairfax House has been through a number of transformations. It's seen time as a private residence, a gentleman's club and a cinema. Now, it has been restored to the peak of its grandeur and is open to visits from the public.
The Grade I listed building isn't just open for run of the mill tours. The space is also available to hire for all kinds of private events, from weddings and birthday parties to corporate events. The site is suitable for events with up to 70 people, with first-rate catering services being provided. Private tours of the property are also available, to complete your special day at Fairfax House.
As the centre for tourism in the county, it's hardly a surprise that York can lay claim to many of the best hotels in North Yorkshire. Fairfax House sits in the city centre, meaning those keen to visit the property have their pick of the lot.
Visitors who have a real taste for period properties with an impressive and imposing frontage will fawn over Middleton's Hotel, which is also in the heart of the city. The stunning property boasts free WiFi, fitness facilities and a pretty garden.