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Blossoms is converted from a Georgian town house, dating from 1837. Formerly a private residence, all the rooms have been modernised with en-suite shower & WC (no bath.)
We have twin, double, family & group rooms. Family rooms have a double bed and one single bed or bunkbeds. Group rooms can accommodate from 3 to 6 people.
Due to the layout of the building, all rooms vary in size and layout. Take a look at our photos to see our selection of rooms.
Each room has a flatscreen TV with freeview & DVD player, a telephone and tea & coffee making facilities. We offer free wireless internet access and cheap international phone calls. Towels and complimentary toiletries are provided.
Our cosy cellar lounge bar has wide variety of beverages including wines, spirits & beers from around the world. These include local beers from the York Brewery such as 'Minster Ale'. We also offer bar meals. Here you can also find a flatscreen TV, Nintendo, a selection of books & board games. We have an internet connected PC in the lounge for guests to use free of charge.
Breakfasts are all cooked freshly to order, using local products where possible. This includes teas from Taylors of Harrogate, fair-trade coffee, award-winning Masham sausages. Naturally, we also cater for those who prefer a lighter option.
We have a free private car park (please see our policies)
Being owned and run by a York family, we know the city well. We are happy to provide information on attractions / entertainment / restaurants & bars to help you make the most of your time in our wonderful city.
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