Welcome to Bowen House York
We are pleased to announce the Bowen House diary is now open from Friday 12th August.
Please give us a ring with any booking requirements.
Any direct bookings made before 30th August will be rewarded with a special treat!
A warm Yorkshire welcome awaits you at Bowen House bed and breakfast, our guest house is just outside the city walls, North East of Monk Bar and is a 10 minute stroll to York Minster. Bowen House is a Victorian end terrace house, and after the devastating floods of Christmas 2015 has been refurbished and redecorated throughout.
We offer quiet, friendly accommodation together with traditional warmth and hospitality.
We have 4 double ensuite rooms, one of which is a superior room with king size bed. We have free off-street parking, free Wifi and delicious breakfasts.
York is renowned for its long history and the city walls that surround York are some of the finest and most complete in the country.
York combines its heritage with a vibrant city centre offering a modern continental cafe culture. There is so much for you to see and experience in York. There are special events and speciality market days held throughout the year which will enhance your visit.
York Minster dominates the skyline and is only a ten minute stroll from Bowen House and remains at the heart of the city’s top attractions alongside the famous Shambles and National Railway Museum.Both the Minster and Shambles are surrounded by cobbled streets and snickle ways enticing you to explore and enjoy. The City has many shady squares, gardens, tea rooms and riverside bars, to enjoy a relaxing drink or a bite to eat.
York has a diverse array of shops including antique and book dealers, craft shops, boutiques as well as all the high street names. If you really want some retail therapy there are two out of town shopping centres at Monks Cross and The McArthur Glen Outlet.
Make York your base to explore the beautiful county of Yorkshire, we are on the doorstep for the Yorkshire Dales, The North Yorkshire Moors and the East Coast. The famous stately home of Castle Howard and National Trust properties of Beningborugh Hall and Nunnington Hall are within easy driving distance, offering a wealth of culture, walks and amazing countryside.
For more information on restaurants, attractions and events see Visit York.