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When can I find the best deals on accommodation with self-catering in York?

It's not just cosy pubs and half-timbered medieval homes that make up the heart of historic York. There are also oodles of apartments and aparthotels dotting the centuries-old streets that crisscross each other between the Minster and the River Ouse. With higher square-metre counts than traditional hotel rooms and self-catering kitchens to boot, they are the perfect way to feel like a real local in this heritage-rich town of church spires and Viking relics. Most tend to cost a tad more around Christmas and in the summer school holidays, which leaves seasons like spring and autumn for the bargain hunters.

Top accommodation with self-catering in York

With their clean-look kitchens and monochrome interiors, the contemporary Staycity Aparthotels on Paragon Street are the perfect choice if you're seeking self-catering York accommodation with style. You can also look forward to 4-star ratings and modish bathroom designs. For a little more immersion in York's historic streets, the Goodramgate Apartments can be found hiding behind some Gothic gatehouses close to the Old Town and the soaring York Minster. More options come courtesy of Glenville House near Heworth – a suburban choice with traditional interiors throughout.

Where are the best areas for accommodation with self-catering in York?

The Old Town on the eastern edge of the River Ouse is the place to seek out your self-catering York apartments for stays in the heart of the action. That's the epicentre of the city's high-street shopping and pedestrianised thoroughfares, awash with coffee shops and boutiques. The other side of the river has more chilled vibes, with redbrick facades giving way to aparthotels, pubs and bars. Then there are the blocks close to St John University, which promise more peaceful stays where the Georgian rowhouses and suburbs begin.

What is accommodation with self-catering like in York?

Self-catering York accommodation promises plenty more space than a traditional hotel suite. Often loaded with living rooms, multiple bedrooms and hallways, these sorts of stays are perfect for travellers who like to spread out and relax. On-site kitchens mean they're also well suited to budding cooks who'd like to try their hand at rustling up classic Northern fare. Meanwhile, locations in more off-beat suburban areas or on the city's outskirts can add a dash of local charm and quietude to any trip.

How much does accommodation with self-catering typically cost in York?

If you're eager to bag York stays with a kitchen, you might need to loosen the purse strings a little – just remember that you're likely to save some pounds on food costs and you'll be enjoying the added benefits of living room spaces and bedrooms for the whole family. Options in the heart of the Old Town can cost as much as £300 a night, while those on the eastern edge of the Ouse might set you back anything over £125. Those on the outskirts will be cheaper, with rates there starting at just £77 a night.

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