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Pocklington bed and breakfast & hotel accommodation

Visit Pocklington East Riding of Yorkshire and the surrounding villages and stay in b and b, hotel or holiday home accommodation provided by BedPosts members.

The town of Pocklington in the East Riding of Yorkshire is about thirteen miles from York.

When it was recorded in the Domesday Book it was the second largest Yorkshire centre of habitation after York.

Many residents commute from here to work in the cities of Leeds, Hull and York.

Visit Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum and marvel at, in particular, the hundred varieties of hardy water lily.

Nearby towns
Nearby villages
  • Allerthorpe
  • Barmby Moor
  • Bolton
  • Broad Ings
  • Burnby
  • Fangfoss
  • Hayton
  • Kilnwick Percy
  • Meltonby
  • Millington
  • Nunburnholme
  • Spittal
  • Yapham

Information for visitors to Pocklington seeking B&B, hotel or self-catering cottage accommodation; and for accommodation-providers new to this site:

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