US$150 Avg/night
Rate and special offer based on Check-in 23 Aug 2015 Check-out 24 Aug 2015

Guy Fawkes

4 stars
View map of 25 High Petergate, York, YO1 7HP

Hotel Overview

Reviewer score
out of 5

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Boasting well-appointed spaces and a top-notch pub set in a historic building, Guy Fawkes Inn York makes for an ideal base for tourists exploring the heritage-rich York city in United Kingdom. This elegant city-centre hotel is housed near famous attractions like York Minster and the exhibits at Yorkshire Museum and Castle Museum. Vacationers see panoramic views of the city atop Clifford's Tower and go on river tours aboard Yorkboat.

Guy Fawkes Inn York provides wake-up calls and nearby parking with an added fee for a more convenient stay. Patrons at this posh hotel catch fine performances at York Theatre Royal and contemporary artworks at nearby York Art Gallery.

Guy Fawkes Inn is in the heart of York along High Petergate, near several bus stations and York Railway Station. A trip to the city is not complete without stopping by JORVIK Viking Centre and The York Dungeon.

Guests at Guy Fawkes Hotel savour house specialties for breakfast and dinner at the on-site restaurant and local specialties at several nearby restaurants. Visitors also cap the day with signature ales at on-site Real Ale Pub.

The 13 individually designed rooms and suites have antique furnishing, TV, Wi-Fi access, phone and coffee- and tea-making facilities. Suites come with a separate living room, poker table and game consoles. Iron/ironing board is available on request.

Guy Fawkes Rooms

Standard Double



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Hotel Map

53.9615 -1.0828
Area served
York City Centre
Area description
Remember, remember, the 5th of November, gunpowder treason and plot... but Guy Fawkes' story begins long before that fateful day in 1605 when he was arrested for attempting to blow up parliament.

Guy was born on this very spot in 1570, in the shadow of the Minster, and was baptised in the church across the street.. Many centuries have since passed, but this fine building is so well preserved you could be forgiven for thinking it was only yesterday.

Real ales, traditional pub meals, gas-lamps and timber floors all combine with this heritage to create one of the most characterful pubs in Britain

Nearby points of interest

  • York Station: 0.5 km

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Terms and conditions

Extra charges may apply for children. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the quoted rate.

The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.

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