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Faversham House - York Hotels

Faversham House

24-26 Grey Street, York - Map
 
 
I had a very lovely stay. It was very cosy and welcoming. My friends and I and a lovely evening in the common area by the fire just chatting and eating. It had a very nice vibe to it. No tv in the room but there was an iPod dock. I don't think the room needs a tv, it was quite enjoyable without it. I would definitely stay there again.
A Traveller
Avon Accommodation York - York Hotels

Avon Accommodation York

0 Howick Street, York - Map
 
 
"Nice position, the fridge was far too small. "
Room requires a small table and chairs. Quite room, bed good.
A Traveller
Settlers House York - York Hotels

Settlers House York

125 Avon Terrace, York - Map
 
 
"Nice and clean - good value"
Only problem , room was a double but with only one chair Shower was clean and modern but no holder for soap etc
Traveller from bunbury wa
The Grandhouse York - York Hotels

The Grandhouse York

48 Panmure Road, York - Map
 
 
Warm and friendly welcoming and overall stay.... Will go again!
A Traveller
The York Heritage Hotel & Terraces - York Hotels

The York Heritage Hotel & Terraces

145 Avon Terrace, York - Map
 
 
"Very good hotel with traditional quality"
Stayed in the main hotel building as we wanted to experience the old hotel. Facilities and staff both excellent, and I will stay here again.
Traveller from Perth
The Nosh & Nod - Howick Street - York Hotels

The Nosh & Nod - Howick Street

Howick Street, York - Map
 
 
"Close to everything in town"
We met Kerry at the Nosh and Nod in Howick Street and were shown our room. The room looked ok, well furnished and clean however, Kerry offered us a choice of rooms and being that we had stayed at the other location, on Avon Terrace, for Nosh and Nod on a previous occasion, Kerry offered to show us a room there too. Being that the Avon Terrace location was right next door to the Town Hall (where we were heading), and the room we were offered had a spa bath, we chose to stay there. This room was brighter than the 1st one we were offered, a little older in its decor but still perfectly good. The room was well equipped with Microwave, Fridge, Kettle, Toaster, Plates and Cutlery, Mugs and Glasses. This location was very quiet and we would definitely stay there again when visiting York.
Traveller from Perth
The Nosh & Nod - Avon Terrace - York Hotels

The Nosh & Nod - Avon Terrace

75a Avon Terrace, York - Map
 
 

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    Accommodation In York

    York is an absolute gem in Western Australia’s beautiful Avon Valley. It is a lively town and a popular destination, both beautiful and rich in history. Choose from our great range of York hotels below and get to know WA’s oldest and best preserved inland town.

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    York is just one hour's drive east of Perth, situated on the banks of the Avon River. It was first settled in the early 1830s and named after the city of York in northeast England. The town experienced a boom in the 1880s when the new railway brought prospectors to York, ready to begin their journey to the goldfields. You can retrace their steps today on the York Heritage Trail.

    York has everything for a perfect holiday. You can experience the past by visiting the Residency Museum and the Old Gaol & Court House. The Old York Hospital, which once housed many sick gold miners, is said to have a resident ghost. Firmly in the present are the many shopping and entertainment facilities, particularly on Avon Terrace. You can stroll though the York Motor Museum and see cars from every era or spend several hours in the York Mill complex. The Avon River Park is perfect for lazy picnic lunches.

    If you want to be more active, there’s skydiving, gliding, tennis and horse riding. You could choose to take the Avon Ascent, a 90 minute scenic drive between York and Perth which guides you through various stopping points of interest in the Avon Valley. No matter what time of year you visit York, there’s always something going on. Visit in October or November for the Art & Craft Awards, the Antiques and Collectors Fair in April, the York Jazz Festival in August or the Garden Festival in September.

    Whatever pace you want, you will find what you are looking for in York. Just an easy drive from Perth and you’ll be there! Book your flights to Perth and some York accommodation with us and come check out this this scenic and historically rich part of the Avon Valley!
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