Stay at Grays Court
Unlike so many other city centre hotels, you are more likely to hear our resident owl rather than traffic and will awaken to the sound of birdsong and the Minster bells, chiming from eight o’clock in the morning.
Please note that, as an historic building, we do not have a lift. All our rooms are located on the second floor.
This is a beautiful suite with bay windows overlooking the garden and city walls. Featuring a luxurious free-standing bathtub and double walk-in monsoon shower, this is the perfect suite for a romantic getaway.Check Availability
Luxury suite boasting a magnificent bedroom with wonderful east-facing views over Grays Court garden to the City Walls, furnished with antiques, including a William IV four poster bed.Check Availability
A deluxe double for two people. An elegant en-suite room with a marble fireplace overlooking our gardens towards the city walls, furnished with antiques. This is our best room for families.Check Availability
A double room furnished in antique furniture including a Louis XIV inlaid bed. The room is named after this unfortunate gentleman and enjoys views towards his final resting place, York Minster. It features a large walk-in-shower and further views over the historic cobbled courtyard.Check Availability
Clyff is one of our newer double rooms. With views over neighbouring gardens towards the City Walls, the room itself is beautifully decorated with soft greys and plush fabrics. The bathroom is of the highest quality with a large rain shower over the bath and feature tiling.Check Availability
With a west-facing view to York's surrounding city walls and gardens, Aske can be used as either a twin or 6ft double. The rooms also features a en-suite shower. Please notify us in advance if you would like the bed to be made into a double.Check Availability
Somerset is our newest room, boasting spectacular views over the rear of York Minster and the surrounding Minster gardens. The spacious bedroom features a superking bed with seating area and 42-inch flatscreen television. The bathroom features a comfortable bath with monsoon shower overhead. The room is named after the first post-Reformation owner - Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset. He was given the house in 1547 by King Edward VI, son of King Henry VIII.Check Availability
With possibly the best views of the Minster in all of York this room is named for Edmund de Mortimer, who was Treasurer to York Minster between 1265-1282. Aside from the spectacular views this is a peaceful room, tastefully furnished and designed to ensure a comfortable stay. The well appointed bathroom has a bath with a monsoon shower overhead.Check Availability