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Stableside York, Stableside, York Racing Stables, York, YO24 1QG

Stableside is proud to be a 4 Star rated hostel within the historic and beautiful city of York. Guests are afforded a true Yorkshire welcome and can take advantage of easy access by road, rail, bus and bike. Guests can take advantage of our free car and coach parking, free WiFi and secure, spacious and self contained location with landscaped gardens. We offer a variety of room options and can cater for all from the single traveller to larger hobby groups. There’s a spacious dining room with cafeteria style seating up to 100 and a large lounge on the first floor suitable for conferences. A sports field adjoins the complex and the centre lies on the NCN Route 65 which gives traffic free access into the centre of town. Stableside has secure bike storage. Meals can be provided for groups, B&B (full English breakfast), D,B&B and full board packages available. From the quality of our breakfasts to the warmth of our welcome. Stableside is an ideal base to visit York and the surrounding county.

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01904 709174

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Rooms & Beds:

133: 2×6, 21×4, 8x triple, 1x twin, 11 x single.

Open:

All year (except during race meetings), all day.

Price per night:

B&B twin room £70 inc towels. Enquire for school group rates.

Booking:

Booking essential, by phone or email

Submaps:

Backpackers

Directions:

Situated on the right hand side of the A1036 Tadcaster Road as you head towards York city centre, opposite the Fox & Roman pub.

Public Transport:

Trains: 20 min walk. City centre buses every 10 mins.

This accommodation is available to individuals and is on the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels map.

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Stableside Hostel, York

Stableside Hostel, York

… this hostel’s day job is as racecourse accommodation…

Stableside hostel just outside York glows with pride as it quotes the ‘4 star hostel’ badge. And rightly so. The facilities are modern, spacious, clean and professional. In many ways, a world away from your idea of a traditional open-fire-and-bunk-bed hostel. It can accommodate over 130 people, with full catering. It has space to park coaches. Wow!  

There are clues on their website.

Clue 1: Their directions ask you to head away from the main Racecourse entrance and towards the Stables area.  

Clue 2: They aren’t available for bookings on a race day.

That’ll be because this hostel’s day job is as racecourse accommodation for jockeys and staff. On the off days, the hostel serves as accomadation for the likes of you and I, though. The Hostel has, as you’d expect, excellent transport links for car, bus and train, and its right on route 66 cycleway and only 24 furlongs (3 miles) into York itself. Take your bike and cycle into the city for an explore – you don’t need me to tell you all the attractions York has to offer!

So if you fancy a room and meals suitable for Frankie Detorri or A. P. McCoy while you explore York, consider Stableside. Don’t worry, the beds are full size! 

Photo Credit: VisitBritain.

 

A Holiday by bike in Historic York

A Holiday by bike in Historic York

Stableside right on Route 65 of the Sustran’s Cycle Network in York

Stableside in York provides private room accommodation on Route 65 of the National Cycle Network, a few minutes rider from the city walls.    Situated on the Race Course the accommodation is available to individuals, families, small groups and large groups.  With beds for up to 133 people and room sizes varying from single rooms to six beds.   Stableside has secure cycle storage and a drying room in case you get caught out in the rain.  York is a great city for cyclists with off road cycle routes cris-crossing the city and dedicated river crossings for cyclists.  A great location for a holiday with you bike.

Contact Stableside York:

01904 709174 MessageView website