Looking for a top class boutique hotel in the British city of York? Check out TravelMag.com’s top value picks!
Our hotel team has analyzed the finest boutique hotels in the city across various price categories, comparing amenities and assessing client reviews from the past 24 months. Those with the best value were selected for inclusion on our list of the city’s best places to stay.
From £99/ night
Set in a grade II-listed 19th-century mansion house with with period features, the Hotel du Vin mixes classic architecture with contemporary design to make it one of the finest hotels in the city. Sleek contemporary rooms and a chic bistro are among the many facilities on offer. The hotel is located in the Mount area of York, within reach of York Minster, the Jorvik Viking Centre and various museums and historic sites.
From £64/ night
The Churchill Hotel sits in a Georgian former government mansion house in the north of central York, and contains various items of memorabilia related to the famous former Prime Minister. The Churchill is set within lovely grounds, ideal for a peaceful stroll. Contemporary and tasteful decor are married with modern styles and facilities, including free wifi. The hotel’s Piano Bar and Restaurant offer locally sourced food and drinks. Free parking is also available.
From £147/ night
A tradition of rail travel permeates the Grand Hotel – it sits a short distance from the city’s main rail station today, within a grade II-listed building that once served as York’s railway headquarters. Spacious bedrooms contain a wealth of modern facilities, including free wifi. The hotel’s afternoon tea is rightly famous, its Whiskey Lounge offers a wonderful place to relax and there’s a fine terrace to enjoy on brighter days.
From £180/ night
Grays Court is a wonderfully grand mansion house in the centre of York, which dates back as far as the 11th century and sits between York Minster and the city walls. All manner of famous and noble guests have enjoyed its historic setting and lovely gardens over the years, though its 21st century version includes all modern conveniences including iPod docks and free wifi. Splendid full English breakfasts are served daily.
From £125/ night
Named after the Mount, the hill in York from which it gazes down upon the rest of the city, this hotel is a fine country house among beautiful gardens. Bedrooms are unqiely designed and offer maximum comfort to guests, with large rooms and giant beds. Other facilities include a heated outdoor swimming pool, sauna and beauty centre with spa, plus free wifi. The high quality of the hotel’s breakfast is mentioned by many a reviewer.