York Vista Hotel

York Vista Hotel

Located near the centre of York, York Vista is 200 yards from York Minster and offers views of the landmark and the city. 
Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms is 350 yards away. Private parking is available on site.
The apartment features 2 bedrooms with super-king sized beds which can be split in singles upon request.
The living room comes with a 48-inch flat-screen TV and DVD player.
And the modern kitchen is fitted with a dishwasher and an oven. York Vista features free WiFi .
York City Walls is 450 yards from York Vista. The nearest airport is Leeds Bradford International Airport, 24.2 miles from the property.
york minster is one of the many attractions that are within easy reach of this quiet hotel.
Things to do in york http://hehotelcollection.co.uk/york-attractions/

Places To Visit In York

If you are looking for the ideal UK holiday destination which offers a mix of the beautiful English countryside, coastal scenic views.
Or the perfect location for a family activity holiday, look no further than the North Yorkshire countryside and coast.
The North Yorkshire countryside offers a wealth of places to visit and explore and is home to the picturesque North York Moors National Park.
The national park covers over 550 square miles of wonderful moorland, with one of the largest expanses of heather moorland in the UK.
The North York’s Moors National Park is flanked on one side by the seaside vistas of the North Sea.
This area of North Yorkshire coastline will offer you are picturesque seaside location.
At any of the traditional local resorts like Scarborough, Filey, Redcar or Whitby. Alternatively york minster is a great place to visit.
For more of a rural feel, you could always head for the smaller seaside locations like Robin Hoods Bay.
Saltwick Bay, Saltburn-by-Sea, Marske-by-Sea, or Runswick Bay; these offer a fantastic way of experiencing quieter coastal life in this region.
The North Yorkshire countryside offers visitors a wide range of popular activities and pastimes to choose from.
Including hiking, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, sailing, windsurfing.
Kayaking, canoeing, fishing, paragliding, rock climbing and golf, to name but a few.

North York Moors

If you would prefer to enjoy activities away from the coast, to get some time away from the beach resort areas.
You could plan a day out in the North York Moors National Park.
It has many miles of country roads, bridle-way tracks, forest tracks and disused railways make ideal routes for cyclists and walkers of all ages.
In the last 10-20 years, the National Park and local councils have tried to attract more visitors to this region.
By developing safe, car-less routes and dedicated cycle tracks for visitors to enjoy.
This means that even if you have small children, or you are not used to cycling.
And would prefer not to be on public highway routes with motorists, the trails offer a safe way for families to enjoy cycling out in this beautiful landscape.
If you would like more information on suggested routes or places to explore along the way just pop into one of the National Park Centres.
Or any of local Tourist Information Centre’s, as they will be well placed to give you information on local cycle hire and the best advice on routes to suit your ability.

Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 10 for a two-person trip.