Farthings Guest House

Address: 5 Nunthorpe Avenue, York, North Yorkshire, England, YO23 1PF, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 5 Nunthorpe Avenue, York, is near York City Walls, Bar Convent Museum, Yorvik Brass Rubbing Centre, and Priory Church of the Holy Trinity.
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    Travel Blogs from York

    Making the most of the sunshine

    A travel blog entry by thegrundyreids on Apr 08, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    Hi everyone!

    Since our last entry we've been making the very best of some lovely sunny weather.

    Yesterday, Dad, Nico, the girls and I went to Clumber Park which is run by the National Trust and is just a few miles down the A1. We hired bikes for the afternoon and enjoyed the outdoors together. The park is a huge favourite of mine with a visitor centre, shop and cafe plus a beautiful chapel, follies, fords, and it's very own mini village. The main ...

    YORK

    A travel blog entry by piperwg on Nov 14, 2014

    18 photos

    ... is a beautiful restoration. These trains built from 1937 for several years were the most powerful passenger steam locomotives ever to be built for the British railway network, estimated at 3300 horsepower and making them far more powerful than the diesel engines that replaced them. The streamlining wasn't very useful or popular but certainly made it look like something special. This train is part of the excellent York Railway Museum. The ...

    On to York

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... It is chaotic with people and cars. On a promontory is the 11th century ruins of Scarborough Castle which is our destination. We get close and discover there is no parking and end up about a mile away. Ah well, I need to get my miles in for today.

    The castle is built on the remains of an Iron Age Settlement, Roman Signal Station, and Anglo-Scandinavian ...

    York Minister, Shambles & Medieval Walls

    A travel blog entry by smittee on Mar 28, 2014

    38 photos

    ... The views of the York Ministry and the river around York from the wall are very stunning. The walls add huge character to the city, the walls are incomplete in 3 sections so you can hop on and off the walkway through a narrow steep staircase and visit anywhere you want to go or continue walking the wall. We went on a weekday so the quieter, elevated city views are peaceful and calming and even though the walls' walking space is narrow, there ...

    Woman on a mission

    A travel blog entry by sandraking on Aug 14, 2013

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... is of quilts from the late 1700s through to about 1830. The lady explained to me that this was an interesting and important time because printed fabric was being introduced and changed and revitalised quilting. Some of the quilts were spectacular. Unfortunately but understandably, photos weren’t allowed. I spent a very pleasant hour or so looking around.

    Time then for a quick sausage roll for lunch ...