Hedley House Hotel in York
OUR LUXURY YORK HOTEL, SPA & SELF CATERING APARTMENTS
Come on in. Need a cuppa? Relax.
Whether you’re coming to the amazing city of York for work, a romantic city break, a family holiday or a weekend with friends, we will help you make the most of your time here. We’re locals. We know the stuff you won’t find in guidebooks. And after a busy day exploring ancient snickelways, our laid back, friendly vibe and comfortable yet stylish furnishings, will make you feel right at home.
BOOK DIRECT for these added benefits!
- Early check in / luggage drop / car parking.
- Refreshment on arrival.
- Late check-out 12pm.
- Free glass of house wine before dinner when dining with us.
- Free cancellation if cancelled over 48 hours before arrival
- Book online using code 10%OFF to receive a discount on selected stays of 2 nights or more
Luxury Spa Treatments
Award Winning York Restaurant
Hedley House is proud to offers its guests an award winning restaurant, which serves delicious home cooked food.
We only use fresh seasonal produce from the local area, including the excellent farmer-to-plate free roaming pork products from Yorkshire Outdoor.
Finish off your meal with our local cheese board, a glass of port, coffee and chocolates.
I’m Lou, co-owner of Hedley House. I set up York’s first hot yoga studio in the basement of our hotel. We run yoga classes throughout the week at various times – from beginners to advanced. It’s the perfect way to start off your day – getting your work out in and your head cleared.
Yogabomb exclusive price for hotel guests £5 a session (anytime).
Come and enjoy a luxury Yoga hotel rereat at Hedley House Hotel in York.
There is so much to see and do in York, your challenge will be fitting it all in!
Our York hotel is ideally located within easy reach of the main attractions of York city centre, which include the magnificent York Minster, the National Railway Museum, Castle Museum and Jorvik Viking Centre to name just a few.
Walk the city walls – or at least part of them – to see parts of the city not normally visible from the street while treading on history. Substantial fragments of the original Roman walls remain, but it is the carefully maintained and restored medieval walls which now encircle the old city for almost three miles. The earth ramparts on which they stand were raised by the Romans and later Anglo-Saxon-Danish rulers of York. The Normans strengthened them.
Evening entertainment is provided by three theatres, ghost walking tours and cinemas, making York an all-year-round resort.