Luxury city centre holiday house in York, sleeping 10 for families, girls weekends, special occasions and intimate weddings
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. The Georgian Townhouse, York, Yorkshire, sleeps 5 - 10 in 5 bedrooms.
There are many superlatives to describe the Georgian Townhouse but total class sums it up perfectly. This is a house oozing charm and luxury from every beautiful corner. Step straight off bohemian Walmgate into a recently restored holiday house in York city centre, made for friends and families gathering for a celebratory weekend away in this vibrant city, and perfect for an intimate wedding celebration too. There is definitely no compromise with the fantastically located boutique accommodation either, a smashing kitchen dining room, velvet sofas in the lounge and exquisitely designed bedrooms and bathrooms.
The bespoke kitchen is a great space for cooking at the range and chatting over a glass of wine while the food is being prepared. The long oak dining table, which seats 10, is perfect for lots of catching up over long suppers whilst the island unit can seat an additional four. Relax in the lounge afterwards on plush, buttoned sofas to chat, watch a film or read a good book. There is a small area outside in the courtyard with a few tables and chairs, a nice spot for a quiet coffee in the morning or a nightcap. The bakery next door delivers if guests fancy a leisurely breakfast without any effort.
Head up the grand Georgian staircase to wonderfully appointed kings, supers or twin bedrooms, sleeping 10 plus 1. Panelled walls and statement wallpaper reflect the history of the Georgian Townhouse along with French or rattan beds and contemporary soft furnishings. A further bedroom on the ground floor has a level access shower room, ideal for anyone who can't manage the stairs. Facilities certainly don't disappoint with 2 of the upstairs rooms having elegant roll tops and 4 of the 5 bathrooms having large walk in showers.
The beauty of staying in the Georgian Townhouse is its close proximity to the independent shops and restaurants on Walmgate. A Saturday morning wander around York City walls and Medieval Gateways is a must with plenty of opportunities for a brunch stop off or a coffee. It's unlikely you will want to leave York although keen walkers and cyclists might opt for a trip to the Yorkshire Dales or North York Moors, both within fairly easy reach.