Take a walk along the city wallExperience an overnight stay in a Bed and Breakfast York in the beautiful old town with a tangled web of cobbled streets and alleys. Walk along the ancient 13th-century city wall for a good overview of the town. The city wall is the best-preserved Roman boundary in Europe, with 45 towers and five pothouses. Another great way to get a sense of York's history is by visiting one of the many museums. We can recommend the Jorvik Viking Centre, where a complete 9th-century Viking village has been reconstructed.
First-class shoppingIn York, you can shop till you drop, surrounded by beautiful architecture. The higgledy-piggledy old town has an atmospheric ambience, enhanced by the quaint little boutiques. Obviously, you'll still encounter all the famous fashion chains in York, or you can enjoy yourself in one of the major department stores. After a long day of shopping, staying in one of the B&Bs from Bed and Breakfast York will give you a place to put up your feet and relax.
High tea and chocolateLike many English cities, York also has several traditional tearooms. One of the best afternoon teas is served in the unmissable Betty's Cafe, where you sample delicious cakes and pastries. Chocolate has been linked to York for over 300 years, with the local Nestlé factory being the biggest producer. A visit to its famous chocolate store is a must. So book a B&B on Bed and Breakfast York and satisfy that sweet tooth in and around your accommodation.