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    York self-catering accommodation

    3 properties
    The Hide Away Osgodby, Selby, North Yorkshire
    The Hide Away, North Yorkshire,  England Viewed 9 times in last week.
    Sleeps 5 - 10
    3 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £ 2787 - £ 6184
    Next Available: 21/08 to 02/09/2022
    Facilities and features: TV Garden
    Type of Holiday: 1 dogs welcome

    More about this property: Quirky 3 bedroom pet-friendly retreat with indoor bubbly hot tub, just 11 miles from York.

    Martin Cottage Pocklington, East Yorkshire
    Martin Cottage, East Yorkshire,  England Viewed 8 times in last week.
    Sleeps 1 - 4
    2 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £ 555 - £ 1045
    Sorry this property has not provided detailed pricing information.
    Facilities and features: TV woodburner Garden
    Type of Holiday: No dogs allowed

    More about this property: High quality sleeps 4 barn conversion with a warm bubbly hot tub, just 14 miles from York, sorry no pets.

    The Farmhouse Pocklington, East Yorkshire
    The Farmhouse, East Yorkshire,  England Viewed 8 times in last week.
    Sleeps 1 - 10
    4 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £ 855 - £ 2235
    Sorry this property has not provided detailed pricing information.
    Facilities and features: TV woodburner Garden
    Type of Holiday: 1 dogs welcome

    More about this property: Sleeps 10 holiday farmhouse in lovely rural location near the Yorkshire Wolds, pet-friendly and with inviting outdoor bubbly hot tub.

    Find self-catering accommodation in the city of York and have an exciting holiday in one of Yorkshire's most prominent tourist cities. We have holiday accommodation to rent in York and nearby. Holiday lettings outside the city will be slightly less expensive and there are some superb places to stay such as pine lodges set in small holiday parks and cottages in the country lanes. Staying in a rural area on the outskirts of York can be a lovely experience as long as holidaymakers have transport or the accommodation is near public transport. All cottages and pine lodges are of a high standard, ready and waiting to provide a cosy holiday home for guests. Cottages with a back garden and barbecue can be especially desirable during the summer for people who like to make the most of sunny weather and eat outdoors. It is also most useful to have self-catering accommodation with a kitchen where one can prepare packed lunches to take out for a day's sightseeing in York. There are plenty of tea shops and eateries, however, money may not stretch to eating our every day and holidaymakers may prefer to spend their spare holiday funds on a souvenir to bring home or for a boat trip through York or entry to the Jorvik attraction.

    York is not a huge city so that it is perfectly easy to drive into and park for the day. The old city within the city walls is the big tourist attraction that everyone heads for, there are winding lanes of the Shambles, period buildings, ancient churches, the impressive Minster and reams of history to explore.