Apple House Guest Accommodation
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... favourite, with the cathedral's plain ceiling covering a series of smaller shrines, including that of St Cuthbert. Back outside, we visited the Cathedral Library via the cloisters. A librarian (a Kiwi) gave us an impromptu chat about the 13th century building, which used to house the refectory and the dormitories. Went back through the cobble paved alleys of town. Drove to York. Found the hostel and had dinner at Michael's Brasserie. Yorkshire Pudding for each. Lots of liver. Ate it ...
... all still wearing their headphones (tripwires for toilet bound me!) With ninja skills like that I should be at the Olympics, I'm wasted at Fox's. It seems like everyone on the plane is asleep apart from me. I'm bored and walking around the plane writing this. I think we must be going over Brisbane now, almost there. Just another 2hours 40minutes. Woop! I'm gonna see if I can get another hot snack. I'm not actually hungry I'm just bored and yesterday ...
Officially, I think our trip starts today... our leaving do! Thanks for all the friends and family that were able to make it and we hope you enjoyed the little buffet we prepared. Thank you for the gifts we received too, a delicious cake from Richard and ...
Hi Rosina, Indi and I were sorry to see you are having so many health problems. We hope you feel better soon. I thought you may like to see some of the photos. I use a site called Travelpod and it is really good. She has been doing some schoolwork but not as much as I would like.Regards,
Mavis and Indi Clark
... case, it made us laugh out loud.
Despite this little surprise, we had a really nice stay in York because of the charm and history of the city, the festive narrow streets with their colourful Xmas decorations, the street market, and just the fun of strolling through this postcard-like setting. Still, we really looked forward to our next stop. Edinburgh, which we had been told was a do-not-miss destination. We soon found out why!
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Apple House Guest Accommodation York
Could be improved
we stayed at the apple house recently,i have to say it was very clean,but we found it dreadfully noisy being so near the railway line.The breakfast was nice but i am sorry to disagree with other guests but i also found the manageress offhand and got the impression she could sometimes be a little snappy.We did enjoy our stay and York is a beautiful City but i regret to say that we when we return to York in the future we will not be staying at the apple house i
Loved the apple house
Go and spend some time at the Apple house I am sure you will enjoy your stay. The accomodation was very clean and comfortable, the breakfast large enough to see you through the day. Pam was very friendly and helpful.Only a short walk from the city walls and a variety of eating places. Strongly recommend the Castle museum if you have at least 3 hours to spare, well worth the money, a great place.Go on a river trip, but wrap up, its gets very cold!Recommend a trip to York, had a great time.Yes, the Apple house is near the railway, but we did not have any problem with noise at all. A great place to stay.
'Get a bite of this'
The Apple House is an excellent base.
It is extremely friendly, very helpful, clean, and close to the attractions.
Oh also the bed was so so so comfortable.
Would love to go back there another time.
Port in a storm....
Clean and comfortable nice breakfast but very noisy at night time as location close to railway goods yard and station. Manageress a little frosty on the morning of departure.
We love York
As a couple of Aussies new to England we stayed at The Apple House for four nights and found it to be a lovely refurbished B&B. The owners were very friendly, helpful and cooked a fantastic Full English. The Guest House has ample free parking and is only a five-minute walk to Micklegate Bar and the City Centre. There are great restaurants to be found nearby.
The best B&B you can think of
Excellent accomodation with a heartful atmosphere, especially for families. More than a friendly service - you feel like being an old friend of the house. Our whole familiy says a warm thank you to Pam! Ulrich and Christiane Reiter with Caroline (13) and Johannes (10), 24th Octobre 2003
Superb welcome, and beautiful rooms, Great car parking space which is valuable in York. Lovely garden and we particularly liked the enormous guinea pigs grazing on the front garden - just lovely. Excellent value for money and a big breakfast. Good luck to all at The Apple House. We would like to visit again.
What a terific place The Apple House is. A fabulous welcome when we arrived and we imediately felt relaxed and at home. Pam couldn't have been more helpful and welcoming. We stayed in the Russet Room - lovely and clean, cosy and warm. With a selection of videos to watch on our own TV/video and great views of the station we didn't want to leave the room. Breakfast was delicious and the service second to none. ou certainly won't be disappointed.
A B&B filled with sunshine
Need a clean, comfortable B & B in York, then why not stay at The Apple House in Holgate road in York. You arrive as a guest, but you leave as a friend. A large spacious grade 11 listed house, with loads of space. The rooms are named after apples, all en-suite and pristine clean, and if you want to book a family room ask for the empire. The view from our room took in the large free car park and garden complete with a trampoline for the kids. Just a short stroll from York city centre so no need to use the car. Nothing a trouble to your hosts Pam & Tony, and boy do they cook a large breakfast. The house is filled with sunshine, a must for a stay in York.