Bed and Breakfast, York B&B
Greenside Guest House York
Lynne Tattersall would like to welcome you to the Greenside Guest House, a charming Bed and Breakfast in York. Greenside B&B is a detached conservation house fronting on to Clifton Green. It is situated in a most convenient location just 10 minutes walk outside the City Walls of York, close to the many attractions that York has to offer.
Because of York's increasing popularity parking is often a problem. Here at Greenside Guest House our guests are able to have free use of our enclosed locked car park.
Free Wifi is also available
Guests can choose from a selection of Single, Twin, Double and Family sized bedrooms. (we also have bedrooms situated on the ground floor - ideal for the elderly or persons with disabilities)
En-Suite rooms are available, and all rooms have Colour T.V, Tea/Coffee making facilities and are centrally heated.
Family rooms are price on application.
Please telephone us direct for prompt booking
The skyline of York is dominated by it's famous Minster Cathedral which is the largest medieval Gothic cathedral north of the Alps. There are unrivalled views from the tower. The Undercroft treasury reveals layers of history with Roman, Saxon and Norman artifacts. The atmospheric crypt contains parts of the original Norman cathedral and the coffin of St William.
York has medieval origins and within the city walls visitors can take a trip back through history as they wander the quaint cobbled streets and specialist shops. There is also a large choice of restaurants and traditional pubs.
The recently refurbished Jorvik Centre takes visitors on a journey through time, back to the 10thC and the Viking age city of York. Having witnessed over 1,000 years of change in the time machine, visitors will journey through a reconstruction of the street of Coppergate complete with sights, sounds and smells. Everything they see is based on archaeological evidence unearthed on the very site.
Discover the story of the train in a great day out for all the family at The National Railway Museum. The Museum mixes fascination and education with hours of fun with loads of interactive exhibits and special daily events. like the steam winding engines and the locomotive turntable demonstration. Entrance is free for all the family!
Catch the plague at York Dungeon, take a spine-tingling tour round the plague-ravaged streets of 14thC York. Follow the world's most-famous highwayman, Dick Turpin on his fateful journey to the gallows. As you delve into the darkest chapters of our grim and bloody past, recreated in all its dreadful details, remember, everything you experience at the York Dungeon really happened. Not for the squeamish!
These are only a few of the many attractions on offer. Please ask and we can provide you with further information on these and many other visitor's attractions.
- 124 Clifton
- North Yorkshire
- YO30 6BQ
- Tel: 01904 623631
- Total number of rooms: 8
- Single Rooms From £30.00
- Double Rooms From £58.00
- Twin Rooms From £58.00
- *** 3 STAR
- Car Parking on site
- Disabled Access
- Dogs Welcome by arrangement
- Internet Access
- Non Smoking rooms
- Tea / Coffee tray in room
- TV in room
- Bed & Breakfast / Guest House
- North York Moors