Whether you are in York for a romantic weekend away, a family holiday with the children, a short break with your best friends or flying in on a business trip from abroad, you will find 109 Nunnery Lane perfectly equipped to meet your every need.
On arrival we will be there to welcome your briefly and to show you all that our lovely holiday home has to offer. We will answer any questions that you have about the house, the city and surrounding areas and then leave you in peace to enjoy your stay.
There is always a bottle of something cold and fizzy in the fridge and something home made and freshly baked for you to enjoy, as you settle in to your surroundings.
Our open plan lounge and kitchen diner is the perfect space to relax and unwind after a long journey or a busy day out exploring the city. The lounge area comes complete with two stylish comfy sofas, a 40” TV, a DVD player and a good supply of books and games to entertain yourself or the children. You can also play or stream music, using our Bluetune Roberts music system.
Cooking and Eating
Our kitchen is superbly equipped with an electric oven and hob, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave and a large Smeg fridge/ freezer. The dining table and chairs seat four and an original tiled fireplace completes the space. If you enjoy cooking you will find absolutely everything that you need to prepare a proper family meal or to roast your Christmas turkey. There are plenty of lovely wine glasses, coffee mugs and even brandy glasses for your goodnight snifter. You will find washing up liquid, dishcloths and tea-towels provided, so there’s no need to remember to bring them along or to go out shopping straight away when you arrive.
If you would prefer not to lift a finger in the kitchen during your stay, or would like to have a meal ready and waiting for you to pop into the oven after a long journey to York, we would be delighted to prepare some delicious food for you. Julie owned a successful catering business for many years and absolutely loves to cook fresh food from scratch, such as fish pie, moussaka, lamb and apricot casserole, chicken and leek pie, spinach, mushroom and blue cheese lasagne and a whole host of other meat and vegetarian dishes. We can prepare fresh vegetables, crunchy salads and crusty bread, as well as delicious deserts like a blueberry and almond tart or a sticky toffee pudding.
Prices start at around £20 and provide two to three very generous portions. We’ll need to know what you would like us to prepare at least a week in advance of your stay. We can also provide delicious breakfast packs, which include homemade granola, home baked bread and croissants and homemade marmalade. You’ll find more information about prices and placing your food order on our Making a booking page.
There are three simple yet thoughtfully styled bedrooms at 109. All of our beds have pocket sprung mattresses, offering you the ultimate in comfort when you are ready for a good night’s sleep.
Quirky upcycled furniture, high quality fabrics and colourful artwork complete the rooms.
The master bedroom on the first floor has a lovely king size bed and a fabulous feature window complete with window seat. The single room next door is snug but still has plenty of storage space, a painted cast iron bed and an original fireplace.
Upstairs in our lovely loft room you will find a large double bed and plenty of natural light streaming in from the Velux windows in the low ceiling. There is also a television up there complete with a Netflix subscription.
If your guests would prefer to sleep in separate beds, we can arrange for a small j-bed to be slotted in alongside the double bed.
The house bathroom on the first floor has a good-sized bath with side taps, so that you can lie down properly and relax. The room is decorated with travertine tiles and also has a separate shower. There are plenty of fluffy towels in the bedrooms and lots of places to hang them.
Through an external door from the kitchen you can step into to our small but beautiful south-facing courtyard. A lovely spot to enjoy some pre-dinner drinks on a sunny day.
Parking and Getting Around
There is a long stay car park at the top of Nunnery Lane, which is a 2-minute walk from the front door of 109 and offers a range of hourly, full-day and evening prices. There is also a small car park close by on Bishopthorpe Road which charges around £1.50 for three hours.
We are just a 10-minute walk from York railway station and regular service and York City Sightseeing buses pass our front door, heading to the bus stop a little further up the Lane.
109 Nunnery Lane has WiFi fitted, so if you need to stay in touch with the outside world during your break with us you can. Use of the WiFi is free and you will find the username and password in the guest information file in the living room.
Unfortunately, we don’t allow pets to come and stay at 109 Nunnery Lane, however lovely and well behaved they might be.
We ask that there is no smoking inside the house and that you step outside if you need to.
Europe’s first ever pop-up Shakespearean Theatre – 25th June – 2nd September 2018. Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre will be at Cliffords Tower – a 10 minute walk from the house. This will be a sell-out event. A summers evening enjoying Shakespeare….what’s not to like.
£445 – £650 for 3 night weekend (minimum stay) – depending on season
£420 – £595 for 4 nights midweek – depending on season
£695 to £895 for 7 nights – depending on season
Seasonal prices will apply.
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