Set in the heart of York, the five- star Jorvik House welcomes travellers with chic interiors, English hospitality, and easy access to what the city has to offer.
Individually designed, hotel’s rooms and suites boast Scandinavian style with some features stemming from York’s Viking past. Each room comes complete with a flat-screen TV, tea- and coffee-making facilities, Cowshed toiletries, and Egyptian cotton bedlinen for a good night’s sleep.
History enthusiasts can visit St Olave’s Church which dates back to 1055 and is located just opposite the hotel, while numerous boutiques, restaurants, and cafes are just a five-minute walk away.
Groupon Guide to the City of York
Located in the north of England, renowned for its historical landmarks, the city of York is a great destination for those looking to immerse themselves in British history or simply enjoy a city break.
Founded by Romans in 71 AD, formerly known as Eboracum, York boasts a rich history and has been a witness to a number of events crucial to the history of the British Isles. This historical continuity left its mark on the city as it houses a multitude of buildings from various periods, such as the medieval York Castle or the 15th-century York Art Gallery.
Historical landmarks form only a portion of what attracts tourists to this colourful city. Thanks to its vibrant urban culture and a variety of local festivals, the city has been listed as UNESCO Creative City of Media Arts.