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The city of York was founded by the Romans in 71 AD. York is a walled city, situated at the confluence of the Rivers Ouse and Foss in North Yorkshire, England in the centre of the Vale of York and half way between the capitals of London and Edinburgh.

An army of Danish Vikings (Great Heathen Army), invaded Northumbrian territory in 886 AD. The Danes conquered and assumed what is now modern day York and renamed it Jorvik, making it the capital city of a new Danish kingdom.

The Danes went on to conquer an even larger area of England which afterwards became known as the Danelaw; but whereas most of the Danelaw was still English land, albeit in submission to Viking overlords, it was in the Kingdom of Jorvik that the only truly Viking territory on mainland Britain was ever established. The Kingdom prospered, taking advantage of the vast trading empire of the Viking nations, and established commercial ties with the British Isles, North-West Europe, the Mediterranean and the Middle East.

York Tourist Attractions

  • York Minster
  • Jorvik Viking Centre
  • York City Football Club
  • Richard The Third Museum
  • York Castle Museum
  • York Railway Station
  • York Coppergate Shopping Centre
  • National Railway Museum
  • York Shambles
  • Fairfax House
  • York Ghost Hunt
  • University of York
  • York Racecourse
  • York St John University

Golf Courses near York

  • Heworth Golf Club, York - 9 holes short golf course
  • Fulford Golf Club
  • York - Championship golf course
  • Pikes Hill Golf Club, York - 18 hole parkland golf course
  • Forest Park Golf Club, York - 27 hole parkland golf course
  • Forest of Galtres Golf Club, York - 18 hole golf course
  • York Golf Club - 18 hole golf course
  • Swallow Hall Golf Club, York
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3 Guest Houses and 1 Inn.
Feversham Lodge Guest House
1 Feversham Crescent, York, North Yorkshire, GB
Feversham Lodge is an award-winning guest house in York. Ranked amongst the best bed and breakfasts in the city, and receiving consistently excellent reviews, Feversham Lodge is within walking distance of York Minster and other major attractions. In a parking-restricted area there is free on-site parking for all guests. Over two floors there are five en-suite bedrooms which have been designed individually.
Acres Dene Guest House
87 Fulford Road, York, North Yorkshire, GB
Acres Dene Guesthouse is a comfortable six bedroom guest house located on the south side of the city of York on the A19 to Selby. Opened in 1981, Acres Dene Guesthouse in York provides comfortably furnished en-suite bedrooms, a relaxing lounge with television, and a light and spacious dining room where you can enjoy your breakfast. The historic city of York offers many tourist attractions to enjoy and restaurants and pubs where you can dine.
George Hotel at Easingwold
Market Place, Easingwold, York, North Yorkshire, GB
The George Hotel is an 18th century coaching inn, now a family-run hotel in the cobbled square of the Georgian market town Easingwold, York. Full of character with open fires and beams, The George Hotel enjoys an excellent reputation for good food in the restaurant and Courtyard Bar, together with fine wines and real ales.
York Priory
126-128 Fulford Road, York, North Yorkshire, GB
A traditional Victorian family-run guest house set in an excellent residential location in York, The York Priory stands in beautiful secluded gardens that feature ruins for residents to enjoy. Just a 10 minutes walk to the city centre and attractions, whilst the University, Racecourse and the McArthur Glen designer outlet are all situated within 1/2 to a mile.
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