Dean Court Hotel, BW Premier Collection
With the finest location in the city, overlooking York Minster. All York’s famous attractions are within walking distance. The hotel recently received a Certificate of Excellence. A contemporary design, with emphasis on elegance and comfort.
Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes. Enjoying a strategic setting at the heart of York, this delightful boutique-style hotel offers guests a great location from which to explore the delights to be discovered. The hotel is located in close proximity to a host of attractions, as well as museums, shopping areas, dining options and entertainment venues. The hotel enjoys an attractive architectural style, blending effortlessly with its historical surroundings. The hotel also affords guests a short walk to York Rail Station which guests can take a trip to Leeds, North Yorkshire and Newcastle. Guests are welcomed into a world of striking style, with a blend of contemporary and retro designs gracing the interiors. The guest rooms are sumptuously appointed, and come complete with modern amenities. Travel Now Pay Later Dean Court Hotel BW Premier Collection Jetnow. The hotel offers an array of exemplary facilities for the convenience of every type of traveller.
- Central Location
- Close to attractions
- Free WiFi
- Historic Building
- Spacious rooms
Flight & Transfer Information
From London car journey to York approx. 4 hours drive (220 miles).
Room options; Standard Double, Family Room for Three, Deluxe Double, Single Rooms, Standard Twin and various Suites
Each room has been designed with care and imagination. Rooms are unique and individual, decorated in different styles and colour schemes.
Maximum 2 people
Front or rear facing rooms
Family Room for Three
Maximum 2 adult plus 1 child
Rear facing room (Double bedded room with space for an extra bed)
Food & Drink
The hotel's Head Chef is a champion of local produce, and keeps his menus as seasonal as possible. Vegetarian and gluten-free diets are a strong feature in all menus.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner from the hotels a la carte menus.
The restaurant has York Minster itself as a backdrop. Guests can enjoy fresh coffees, drinks and snacks in the elegant lounge, and a popular Afternoon Tea is served in The Bar-Lounge.
Northern England is where you'll find stunning scenery and charming towns and villages. Explore the Yorkshire Dales, visit the many museums and historic buildings, stay in an array of accommodation to suit all tastes from hotels to B&Bs, and enjoy activities for all ages from shopping to theatre.
You will be surprised what you will discover and there is certainly no shortage of things to do in Northern England. Historic fortresses and wide-open fields, fens, moors and dramatic, romantic coastal scenes. Charming, dog-friendly country pubs, and post-industrial cities with unmistakable grit reminding us of the times when this part of the world produced the steel and the ships that allowed Britain to rule the waves.
The North of England is filled with some extraordinary scenery, beautiful historic architecture, a strong cultural identity, and many fantastic attractions and is a region of England definitely worth exploring. York Minster and the rest of York is a good place to start your tour. York is home to one of the most historical buildings not only in the North of England but also in the entirety of the United Kingdom, Yorkshire Dales National Park – one of the most beautiful places to visit in the north The beautiful jewel in the crown of Northern England. Scarborough – the charming and elegant seaside resort. It’s still a fun and friendly place though and has remained one of the UK’s best-loved beach resorts for many decades. A visit to Chester is worthwhile with its is pretty town with half-timber buildings and historic Roman features. One of the most famous and awe-inspiring historic landmarks of the North is Hadrian’s Wall. Starting from Wallsend, Newcastle upon Tyne in the east and ending in Bowness-on-Solway in Cumbria on the west coast, it stretches a not too shabby 73 miles cutting through some truly stunning English scenery. If you are looking for beautiful places in Northumberland, you can’t go past the Pennines.