Sitting in the shadow of the mighty York Minster and adjacent to historic Chapter House Street where the Romans marched into York, the Dutch House is believed to be the city's oldest brick-built house. Outside, it still attracts tourists to see how York dwellers lived in the 1600s but inside the owners have created a boutique hotel level of luxury with glamorous double-ended baths, high-end bed linens and duvets and bespoke kitchen equipment. Beyond the front door, you are a stone's throw from the cobbles of The Shambles, the fabulous Railway Museum and a wealth of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.
What is the capacity for The Dutch House?
The accommodation is across three floors with underfloor heating throughout. Two double bedrooms each have their own en-suite facilities and the open plan lounge feels very sociable, making this city bolthole perfect for families.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the York area?
A variety of York's attractions are right on your doorstep, The Shambles, Clifford's Tower, Betty's Tea rooms, theatres, restaurants, designer shopping and Yorks great Railway Museum along with other places of interest. Culture and heritage are constantly surrounding you and a 2 minutes' walk connects you to Monkbar's iconic York Bar Walls. If you want to explore Yorkshire further, then you are well situated for days out to popular attractions like the stunning North Yorkshire Moors, the Yorkshire Dales, Harrogate and Bridlington, Whitby, Filey and the small villages on the coast of Yorkshire.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
York is the ultimate destination for foodies, with an immense variety of dining options from a number of high-quality restaurants, all offering different culinary experiences. Treat yourself with some high-end dining in the likes of The Ivy and The Rise at the Grand Hotel & Spa, discover independents which plough their own furrow and enjoy the vibrant street meals scene at the Shambles Market and Food Court.