Comfortable Space ideal for York University, visiting the ancient City of York, or as a tourist base for the North Yorkshire Moors, Chatsworth House, Harrogate, Whitby, the Yorkshire Dales and much more
Well apart from a friendly greeting from Jeannette & Robin and our spaniels into our home you will be on the periphery of York with green fields beside university lakes (with all the associated wildfowl) yet still within a 10 minute bus ride into the ancient city centre. York can sell itself and the reader will have his/her personal choices of monuments, theatre, shopping, boating, or street theatre they wish to see. However, guests can take a 10 minute stroll to the Heslington main street and dine in the two local pubs or for something more memorable take a stroll down to the restaurant areas of York's centre. There are enough good and interesting restaurants for our guests to dine in a new venue every day of the year.
As our guests you will be able to share our kitchen , and large conservatory within which we have a dining table with space for up to ten people overlooking the local primary school playing fields (see the pictures). We are blessed with free roadside parking outside our home and two bus stops leading into the city. Lest guests forget, York is also blessed with fast trains to both London & Edinbrugh taking just 2 hours to each.
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Jeannette was born and bred in York so we can offer valuable advice on where to go in the city. Simialrly, Robin has knowledge of many of Yorkshire's beauty spots and some off-the-beaten track areas you might like to enjoy as a day-trip visitor. Remember, your enjoyment is our pension income!
Jeannette & I live in our home of the last 9 years and we love dining (Jeannette is a chef) in the conservatory overlooking the oak, willow, & copper beech trees in the primary school playing fields onto which our home backs onto. To really make our evening we enjoy stimlating conversation over a red and maybe settling down later to watch a quality BBC drama.
We relax by caravanning and walking and just soaking up peoples' cultural diversity as we often host visiting mature students from Japan, Thailand, and China
We have spaniel/collie dogs who are friendly and well behaved, enjoying walking with them in the open spaces nearby (part of the university)