Enjoy your visit to York in this family-run hotel which is personally supervised by Kristine, Andrew and Joanne Livingstone who offer you a warm welcome to St Georges Hotel.
There is ample parking available either on the road directly outside or in our private enclosed car park. We are situated in a quiet cul-de-sac by York's beautiful racecourse, which is as pleasant for a scenic walk as it is for the races.
It is only a ten minute walk to the ancient walls surrounding the City with its many and varied places of historical interest. For the less energetic there is a regular bus service to all parts of the city.
St George's is ideal for all visitors whether here for pleasure or on business. We are well placed for touring the area with easy connections onto the A64 for east coast routes to Scarborough and the North Yorkshire Moors and also the A59 for the Yorkshire Dales and Harrogate.
Our ten en-suite bedrooms offer a variety of accommodation.
We have family, double, triple and four poster rooms, all with emphasis on cleanliness and comfort.
All rooms have full central heating, colour television, tea and coffee making facilities and radio alarms.
For the convenience of the elderly or infirm we have a bedroom on the ground floor.
Breakfast in Bed : Our rates include a full English breakfast which is served in the dining room, but can be brought up to your room at no extra cost.
For your starter chose : Chilled orange juice or grapefruit segments or selection of breakfast cereals including weetabix, cornflakes, shredded wheat or rice krispi's. Porridge is available on request. Please note it is cooked to order.
Full English Breakfast : Bacon, sausage, mushrooms, tomato, fried bread, fried egg or scrambled, boiled or poached eggs on toast are available.
Toast, butter and marmalade will be served with your breakfast together with tea or coffee.
York & The Area : The North's spiritual capital for 2000 years, York is central to Britain's colourful history. Enjoy Stonegate and Shambles shopping and live the York history at the JORVIK Viking Centre, National Railway Museum and York Castle Museum or savour the views from the York eye..
York is a compact walled riverside city and home to countless world-class attractions, museums and galleries.It is a year round destination offering a lively café bar and restaurant culture and vibrant entertainment and festivals.
York is home to the largest Gothic cathedral in England, York Minster. It is truly spectacular and awe inspiring. York's streets have many ancient and timber-framed buildings allowing the visitor to immediately step back into the past.
Ideally located as a touring base, atmospheric York is roughly 2-hours by rail from London, Edinburgh and Manchester.
Rates : From £65 - £72 per room per night based on 2 people.
From £85 per family room.
Children over 12 are welcome.
No smoking. Pets allowed.
Off street parking available.
3 Star ETC & AA.