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The Rose & Crown, located in the heart of York, offers guests a convenient, comfortable and welcoming base for exploring the city.

Built in 1786, the Rose & Crown is a grade II listed pub which oozes character. The gleaming wooden floor of the bar reflects the glow of the pendant ceiling lights, and the roaring fire provides a cosy and welcoming focal point. You can expect a wide range of real ales here as well as an excellent selection of whiskies from all over the world. It is rumoured they have over 70 single malts on offer!

The food is home cooked and wholesome. All food is cooked to order so please be patient - their famous pies might take a few minutes, but they’ll certainly be worth the wait. All ingredients are locally sourced ensuring that you get the very best of what Yorkshire has to offer and service is friendly and relaxed.

The 5 rooms are all en-suite, spotlessly clean and are great value for money. Included in the price of the room is a home-cooked English breakfast and there’s a car park available for guests' use. The family room sleeps up to 4 which is great for those on a trip to York with the children.

The Rose & Crown is a 10-minute walk from the centre of York and just under 20 minutes from York Minster. The city offers visitors so much to do and see with all its shops, bars, restaurants and museums, as well as the glamour and thrills of York Races.

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    The Rose & Crown offers 5 en-suite bedrooms, one of which can be used as a family room, sleeping up to 4 people.  All the rooms include flat screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, and WiFi.  A carpark for 20 cars is available for guests and a delicious, home-cooked breakfast is included in the price.

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