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Facilities at Bull Lodge
- Free WiFi available
- Ground floor room with Wheelchair access
- Off-street parking; bicycle/motorbike garaging
- Children welcome over 6 years
- Dogs welcome by arrangement. No charge.
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Bull Lodge Guest House
Welcome to our modern, detached home located in a quiet, tree-lined, side-street, just a short walk from York's old centre and ideally situated for exploring York's many historic buildings, sights and attractions and the surrounding areas. Free Wi-Fi throughout.
* Bull Lodge is totally non smoking throughout.
* All bedrooms, except the ground floor room, are on the first floor (up one flight of 13 stairs).
* All bedrooms are comfortable, with wash hand basin, facilities for making coffee and tea, LCD TV with Freeview, docking station for iPod, digital radio and hairdryer. We provide all bed linen, towels, liquid hand soap and shower gel.
* The first floor rooms are either en suite with shower and toilet or standard sharing bathroom facilities. A ground floor double bedded room with en suite shower and toilet, designed for elderly or guests that have impaired mobility, has parking space just outside the door and storage and recharging facilities for electric mobility vehicles next to the room.
* Free private, enclosed on-site parking with security lights. Secure garage space for motorbikes and bicycles.
* Large guest lounge with games and books. The house is centrally heated and double-glazed throughout.
* The full English Breakfast is freshly cooked with vegetarian and healthy options. Snacks on request.
* Dogs welcome after prior discussion - we make no nightly charge. St. Nicholas Fields - the largest nature reserve in York is just 100 yards down Bull Lane where both you and your dog can get plenty of fresh air and exercise.
* The city centre is three-quarters mile (1 km). City Walls at Walmgate Bar about a quarter of a mile.The University of York Campus, Business and Science Park and Borthwick Institute about half a mile.
* Intercity bus stops and the rail station are located just the other side of the city centre. The FirstYork number 10 bus service (Claret Line to Stamford Bridge) links them from just round the corner of the rail station in Leeman Road (outside the Royal Mail depot), via the city centre, to Lawrence Street. Alternatively East Yorkshire buses 45,46 and 47 pick up just? to the left side of the station exit. Ask for the St. Joseph Convent stop (second stop after Walmgate Bar) and the bus drops you 100 yards before Bull Lane.