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The Hedley House Hotel is a wonderful three-star hotel within a close proximity to York’s city centre. The Hedley House prides itself in it’s superb staff for offering excellent customer service, as well as it’s extra amenities such as yoga classes and an outdoor spa.

All 26 bedrooms in the Hedley House Hotel have recently been refurbished to the highest English standards.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Remote flat widescreen TV with Freeview
  • Direct dial phone
  • Hospitality tray (tea, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits)
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in the hotel lounge
  • DVD Players and a range of DVD movies are also available on request


Your stay at the Hedley House Hotel includes a traditional full English breakfast each morning.


Hedley House’s award winning cuisine is based on home cooking using fresh seasonal produce from the local area, including the excellent farmer-to-plate free roaming pork products from Yorkshire Outdoor.

The City of York:

On The Map: The City of York is located in Northern England, just 25 miles northwest of the major city of Leeds

The City of York boasts a dramatic 2,000 year history. The City, originally named Eboracum, was founded by the Romans in 71 AD, and became the capital of the Roman province of Britannia Inferior. Visitors to York can enjoy a wealth of attractions, museums, historic buildings, shops, restaurants and bars, all within the compact walled city. Indeed, substantial portions of the City’s Walls are still intact today – more so than any other English city – and are a major tourist attraction in themselves. York Minster Cathedral (pictured), is the highlight of the city. The gothic edifice is one of the largest of its kind in Europe, and its Great East Window contains the greatest area of medieval stained glass in the entire world. Another of York’s gems, Clifford’s Tower, offers panoramic views over the city and surrounding countryside. The current stucture dates from the 1300s and is a great example of the power wielded by England’s medieval Kings. The Shambles is a must-visit shopping street in the city. Bulidings, some dating from the 14th century, overhang the street by several feet – so much so, that opposing structures are not very far from touching in some places!

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