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  • Lendal Tower

    Lendal Tower

    Self Catering Accommodation in the Centre of York

  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
  • Lendal Tower
With panoramic views over the City of York this spectacular 700 year old Ancient Scheduled Listed Monument is ideal for holidays, family celebrations or short-term executive lets.

Testimonials

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    "This was a fantastic holiday my Daughter had her 16th birthday and my Husband had his 50th birthday . It was magical . We are absolutely going to book next year. The best holiday we have ever had and we have been on many."

    Tracy - February 2015

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    "Everything about it is hugely impressive, from the rich history of the building, to the luxurious decor and prime location. "

    Carl - January 2015

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    "The facilities, the welcome and the ambiance of the Tower was just superb, very atmospheric and so much better than a bland hotel that would have cost the same."

    Gloria - October 2015

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    "A great start to a simply brilliant stay. HUGE bedrooms, beautifully furnished, it was better by miles than we even hoped for. Particularly loved the fantastic roof top terrace each evening for drinks overlooking the rooftops and river - what a place!"

    Susan - September 2015

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    "Beautiful property in an ideal location for exploring York. The tower has all the amenities you could possibly need for a holiday. Outstanding value compared to a lot of the hotels."

    Rachael - January 2016

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    "We loved staying here! We were enveloped with not only the history inside of our Tower, but by the outside city as well. From our rooftop you are so close to the ruins of St Mary's Abbey. You could just picture Henry VIII's men tearing it down because of his dissolution of the monastaries. Look up hill and there is York Minster. The other side is the Roman Wall and of course River Ouse."

    Lynne - February 2015