Budget Friendly B&B and Hotel Rooms near railway station
YO24 4BB, York, 124 Holgate Road
Astor York is set in a Grade II listed Victorian building, just a 15-minute walk from the historic centre of York. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. The property can only accommodate guests over the... read more
£ 11.20View Rates
YO24 1BN, York, 77 The Mount
With a stylish restaurant and 24-hour front desk, Ibis York Centre offers modern rooms with Wi-Fi access. York Railway Station is 600 metres away, and York Racecourse is a 20-minute walk. The compact rooms have... read more
£ 37.00View Rates
YO31 8JX, York, 24 Haxby Rd
A 7-minute stroll from York’s historic city centre, this small, family-run guest house has en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi and LCD TVs with DVD and Freeview. Personally run by the owners, Burton Villa Guest... read more
£ 40.50View Rates
YO30 7AH, York, Bootham Crescent
This delightful and friendly family-run guest house is ideally located just a short walk away from York Minster and the historic and cultural centre of York. The city offers many historic attractions and a variety... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
YO10 4BD, York, 73 Fulford Road
Within a 10-minute walk of the historic city of York, this stylish bed and breakfast has modern comforts such as plasma-screen TVs, iPod docks and free Wi-Fi. Tea and coffee making facilities and a private... read more
£ 48.00View Rates
YO31 8JX, York, 22 Haxby Road
This family-run guest house is conveniently situated just 5 minutes walk from York city centre. Overlooking Haxby Park, it offers comfortable rooms, free Wi-Fi, and free parking. Park View Guest House offers comfortable and convenient... read more
YO30 7BT, York, City Centre, 35 Bootham
Set in a farmhouse from 1640, Georgian House & Mews is located in the heart of York, on the city walls. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Each en suite room at Georgian House & Mews... read more
YO30 7AH , York, 54 Bootham Crescent
The Brentwood has built a reputation for Fine Food, with achieving many Awards from the Association of Catering Excellence for quality and presentation. You will find our spacious dining room both relaxing and the ideal... read more
YO1 7HZ , York, City Centre, 54 Low Petergate
Overlooking the spectacular York Minster, this elegant Georgian residence is set in the heart of the historic city centre, just a short stroll away from medieval streets lined with modern boutiques. Situated in the heart... read more
£ 51.50View Rates
YO30 6LL, York, 23 Water End
Clifton Bridge Guesthouse is 15 minutes’ walk from York’s historic centre and just over 1 mile from the famous York Minster. It offers a free full English breakfast daily. Each of the traditional rooms at... read more
£ 51.75View Rates
YO32 9TG, York, Malton Road
This hotel is ideally located in a serene and peaceful setting in York, just 2.5 miles from the city centre with free parking and free breakfast. All rooms at the hotel offers a flat-screen TV... read more
£ 53.00View Rates
YO24 4DF, York, 135 Holgate Road
Bishops provides 5-star guest accommodation in a traditional Victorian villa, with free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. York’s medieval city walls are just 900 metres away and the magnificent York Minster is a 25-minute... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
YO10 4PJ, York, Main Street
This delightful Country House Hotel in the historic city of York offers free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking. There is a park and ride service just outside the door, so you can enjoy both the... read more
£ 63.00View Rates
YO24 1QQ, York, York Racecourse, Tadcaster Road
Overlooking York Racecourse, the York Marriott Hotel offers free on-site parking and a 24-hour front desk. York Rail Station is just a 5-minute taxi journey away and Pike Hills Golf Club is less than 1-mile... read more
£ 63.20View Rates
YO30 6AQ , York, 15 St Peter's Grove
On a quiet tree-lined cul-de-sac, B+B York is a 10-minute stroll from York city centre and offers en-suite rooms and bar/lounge facilities. The main building dates back to the late 1800s and B&B York still... read more
£ 63.75View Rates
YO24 1DR, York, 6 St George's Place
With free Wi-Fi, free parking and home-cooked breakfasts, St George's Hotel is 400 metres from York's Racecourse. The city walls and Micklegate Bar, the royal entrance to the city, are a 10-minute walk away. This... read more
£ 64.00View Rates
YO23 1NS, York, 76 Scott Street, Off Scarcroft Road
Ashley Guest House has free Wi-Fi throughout, and is in an excellent location, just minutes from the city walls. It is half way between York city centre and the racecourse. Lovingly restored in 2006, this... read more
£ 69.00View Rates
YO30 7DQ, York, 65 Bootham
This Georgian mansion is in York city centre. It mixes original features with modern style and facilities, including car parking and free Wi-Fi. Its restaurant, Dewsnaps Brasserie, has won 2 AA Rosettes. The house was... read more
£ 76.28View Rates
YO30 7BH, York, 20/22 Marygate, Bootham
Situated just 300 metres from York Minster, Minster Walk Guest House is a charming 300-year old coaching inn with free WiFi and free parking on request prior to booking. The individually designed rooms have a... read more
£ 79.00View Rates
YO1 9WD, York, City Centre, 1 Tower Street
In the heart of historic York, this Hilton has 2 bars, 2 restaurants and is located opposite the ancient Clifford's Tower. The hotel offers modern rooms with a flat-screen TVs, only a 2-minute walk from... read more
£ 95.40View Rates
Where to choose your cheap accommodation for the night ?
Accommodation options in York are plentiful, especially when it comes to cheap b&b’s and affordable hotels. Whether you want to stay for a night in the historic city centre itself or in the countryside surrounding the city, you will have a great choice of reasonably priced establishments.
Most of the bed and breakfast are family-run, which allows you to enjoy a homely feeling and to exchange with the locals. Located in all areas of the city, they range from Edwardian to Victorian townhouses, guest houses and coaching inns, some of them offering family rooms and other amenities.
The city is a railway hub and staying near the train station means you have a base to explore surrounding towns and regions. It is also very convenient if you are traveling to or from Yorkshire by train, either with an early departure or a late arrival.
Staying in the compact town centre is a great way to be right in the middle of everything, including landmarks such as the Minster Cathedral and the city’s medieval pedestrian streets. If you fancy an area with a variety of pubs, consider Goodramgate and Swinegate, which are the most eclectic in town.
If you’d rather be close to shops and boutiques, choose a guest room in Gillygate or Ramgate, for their galleries, small independent vintage shops and bookstores. Popular is also renting a York self catering apartment for the night or the weekend. As is the racecourse area, home to famous horse races such as the International Stakes, the Nunthorpe Stakes and the Yorkshire Oaks.
York – a medieval city in North Yorkshire
Located only 21 miles from Central Leeds, York is a prominent walled city located in North Yorkshire, England. It has managed to preserve an impressive heritage and attracts thousands of tourists on an annual basis, due to its outstanding historical attractions. One of the most popular ones is the York Minster, which is surrounded by numerous reasonably priced hotels and charming B&Bs.
Are you making plans for your next holiday as we speak? If you are one of the many people who are striving to find a cheap, premium accommodation option in York, UK, you should know that there are many inexpensive hotels that fit this description. From full English breakfasts to amazing amenities, great location and unbeatable pricing, these facilities offer you everything you may need to make the most of a truly wonderful holiday in a must-see city.
The Medieval centre of York is home to the famous Minster Cathedral and a host of unique shops along traditional cobbled streets.
There is plenty to see and do in historic York and the surrounding area. The region has endless attractions, including the Castle Museum, Clifford Tower, the ancient city walls, the Minster and the National Railway Museum. You may also like to take a trip to the nearby east coast where you can visit Scarborough, Filey, Whitby seafront and Robin Hood’s Bay.
The city center possesses some of the most complete and best preserved medieval sites in Europe, including its walls, which offer interesting walks and beautiful views of the city, as well as the world famous Minster, as Gothic cathedral that constitutes one of its symbols.
The Castle is another must-see, especially if you take some time to visit its museum, where buildings and costumes from different historical periods are on display. Also take some time to wander in the city centre and get lost in its snickleways, the narrow streets leading to ancient markets.
When looking for overnight accommodation, consider cheap b&b’s located in this area, as they will provide you with a perfect setting to immerse yourself in the history of the place. If you are traveling with your children, try and find a place with family rooms.
Don’t forget to walk along The Shambles, the narrow street with numerous medieval buildings, small shops and tea rooms. As for attractions, they are numerous, including the York Dungeon and the Maze, the latter being perfect for an afternoon with your children.
In the 19th century, the city made a name for itself as a manufacturing centre famous for its railway-related industry. At this point, it is also known for its prestigious university and flourishing tourism. Situated in the Vale of York, the town was projected and developed at the confluence of River Foss and River Ouse.
This centuries-old city tells an enchanting story, with help from its astonishing architecture. The York Minster is the largest and one of the oldest and most admired gothic cathedrals in Northern Europe. York Castle encompasses a series of beautifully preserved medieval buildings; they comprise remnants of the Roman fortress, as well as medieval and Normal work and signs of extensive renovations conducted in the 19th and 20th century.
The centre remains enclosed by the city’s medieval walls, which constitute a huge point of interest for tourists and stimulate one’s desire to go for a long, relaxing walk around the town. All in all, York isn’t only about landmarks, ruins and architectural gems. This is also the home of numerous classy but cheap hotels designed to boost the quality of your trip without forcing you to spend a fortune on accommodation options.
Main Railway Station – Hotel and B&B’s near York Train Station
Primary train station ?
York Railway Station is connected by train with various cities and town all over England and Scotland.
Address : Station Road, YO24 1AB, York, North Yorkshire UK
There are regular trains connecting the city with Kings Cross in London, Waverley railway station in Edinburgh Scotland, Glasgow train station in the city center, Lime Street station in Liverpool city center, the cruise port of Southampton, St Pancras international for eurostar, and many more.
Location – Where is
Where is York ?
York is located in the county of North Yorkshire, in the north-eastern part of England, Yorkshire and the Humber region.
- Wakefield — 26 miles
- Huddersfield town center — 36 miles
- Sheffield in South Yorkshire — 43 miles
- Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk — 56 miles
- Manchester City Centre — 58 miles
- Hotels near Alton Towers theme park) — 80 miles
The city does not have an airport of its own. You have to fly to Leeds Airport LBA in West Yorkshire, which is the nearest airport. From here you can fly both domestic and international. Manchester MAN airport can be reached by a direct TransPennine Express train service.