From Monday, 04/21/14 to Tuesday, 04/22/14
Du Vin York
89 The Mount York YO24 1AX United Kingdom
Only show hotels with the following criteria:
Description Du Vin York
Du Vin York is a small 4 star boutique hotel located on a quiet residential area of York known as the Mount. This area is within a few minutes walking distance of the historic town centre and all of its attractions and it is a popular area for hotels and guest houses. This hotel occupies a large Grade 2 listed building that was once a private house and later became an orphanage. The building dates from the 19th century.
There are 44 rooms each of which have been individually designed and feature modern amenities and the latest technological equipment including a high speed wireless Internet connection throughout the building. A few of the rooms have been adapted to suit the needs of disabled guests.
The Du Vin chain of hotels all feature a trademark HdV Bistro and this property is no exception. This bistro features private dining areas for its guests and also includes a bar. There is an outdoor seating area available for al fresco dining when the weather is fine. Reservations for dinner are usually essential.
Du Vin York has its own private car park available for an additional fee of £10 per day but spaces are limited.
- Du Vin York
- 89 The Mount
- YO24 1AXYork
- United Kingdom
- Telephone: +44(1962)850676
- Official Homepage
- EC/ Maestro/ Debit card
- American Express
- Diner's Club
Room features Du Vin York
- Bathroom with bathtub
- Bathroom with shower
- Windows that open
- Central heating
- WiFi in the rooms
Hotel features Du Vin York
- Entrance hall/ lobby
- Parking lot
- Garden or park
- Conference rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- PC with Internet
- Wheelchair accessible
- WiFi in Lobby
- Room service
- Fitness/ Aerobics
- Indoor tennis court
- Tennis Court
Type of lodging
Visitors to this hotel were also interested in...
85 out of 100 based on 836 reviews
Dating from 1725, Wentworth Woodhouse is a large country house that was formerly the family home of the Earl of Malton who later became the Earl of Fittzwilliam. The front of the house measures 180 metres in length and is the longest house in Britain. The house itself is privately owned and is not open to the general public however the grounds are open to the public.
In fact Wentworth Woodhouse is actually two different houses joined together by a central courtyard. The smaller house, known as the West Wing, was the original house and contains over 150 different rooms. The larger house, known as the East Front, is almost double the size of its companion. It is thought that this second house was probably built in response to other family members who had recently rebuilt the nearby Wentworth Castle, there had been intense family feuding between the two owners of these estates so the building of the second house in the early 1800's would have been a show of strength.
The grounds of Wentworth Woodhouse cover over 150 acres and are known as Wentworth Park. Within this park there are several landscaped gardens including a Japanese Garden and an Informal Garden. There is also woodland, ponds and lakes.
Entry to park is free and it is open at all times. Parking is possible just outside the main entrance and parking is also free.
Conisbrough Castle is thought to have been built in the year 1070 for Earl William, the son-in-law of William the Conqueror, who became King William 1. Earl William had supported his father-in-law during the battle of 1066 and it is said that Conisbrough Castle was therefore given to him as a gift.
Steeped in history, the Castle was used as the setting for Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott.
The majority of the Castle today is little more than ruins, but the Keep is still very well preserved. This Keep was restored in 1994 when a new wooden roof was installed and two new floors were built. Conisbrough Castle is managed by the Ivanhoe Trust on behalf of English Heritage and Doncaster Metropolitan Council.
Conisbrough Castle is open daily throughout the year. From October through to March it is open from 10am until 4pm and from April through to September it is open from 10am until 5pm.
Admission charges are:
Adults - £4.00 (6 Euros)
Children - £2.15 (4.5 Euros)
Concessions - £2.75 (4 Euros)
Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children) - £10.00
Children under 6 and English Heritage members - Free
Don Valley Stadium
The Don Valley Leisure Complex is one of the largest sports venues in the UK. It was built in 1990 at a cost of £29 million (44 million Euros). It has a capacity of over 25,000 people and plays hosts to major music concerts and sporting events.
The Don Valley was the first completely new sports stadium to be built in the UK since the 1920s, when Wembley Stadium was built in London. It is open from 7am until 9pm Monday to Friday and 9am until 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays. The stadium is easily accessible by bus and tram. Facilities include ample parking and disabled access.
The Deep is a major new (2002) tourist attraction for Hull. It is a super-aquarium most of all; but not just that as it tells the visitors about the oceans and seas in general including ecological threats they face.
The Deep is housed in a building which is an attraction in itself and is divided into several zones (coral reef, Northern seas, twilight zone etc.).
The attraction boasts a giant tank 10 m deep and a super-deep viewing tunnel. There is also the usual cafe and shop.
Near the city center on the banks of the river Humber
daily 10am to 6pm (closed Christmas Eve & Christmas Day).
Last entry: 5.00pm
Last recommended entry time: 4.00pm