Converted stables Room 1 is a beautifully decorated and modern studio apartment, based in a lovely quiet area just outside of York City centre. This lovely apartment has the convinience of being located in a quiet, freindly village while still having a direct bus route in York city centre , the bus stop is located within a minutes walk at the end of the drive way.
This cozy apartment has an extremely comfortable King Size bed, it also has a single bed and a single sofa bed sleeping up to 4 guests, all beds are of an excellent hotel quality providing you with the best nights sleep.
In the room you will find a lovely little kitchenette with a microwave, kettle, toaster and fridge.
There is an ensuite with a walk in shower in the apartment. There is also a luxury Roll top bath in the centre of the room, at the end of the King Size bed. This is beyond perfect for a nice relaxing bath while watching the flat screen televison on the wall after a long day exploring in the city of York!
This property is perfect if you are wanting a relaxing stay with friends or your partner, with easy access to the city centre but away from all the hustle and bustle!
Free high speed WIFI is provided alongside a hair dryer and ironing facilites for you to use.
This property provides the perfect home from home accomodation for your short stay in York.
The property offers lots of parking right outside of the apartment on a large gravel drive, it also has a lovely large garden space to enjoy in the summer months.
The lovely little village of Strensall offers excellent commuter links and bus links into the historic city centre. This friendly area has good, close by amenities; including pubs, shops, a hairdressers, a bakery and a fish and chip shop, and there is also a village park and a superb golf course, with other alternatives close by.
In a city this large, you can expect to find a vibrant mix of ethnicities and backgrounds and while sometimes the different vibes overlap, largely the neighbourhoods that make up London are fairly distinct.
London is official divided into Boroughs (plus the City) and the Boroughs are generally thought of as Inner and Outer. Most visitors to London will spend their time in these Inner Boroughs.
But while these governmental boundaries exist, London's neighbourhoods are often referred by geographic names - the West End, East End, South Bank, City and Central London.
1 Single Bed
1 Double Bed
354 Strensall Road, Earswick, York, United Kingdom