Summer is the perfect time to visit North Yorkshire countryside and the city of York and our Summer special offer is the perfect excuse to visit this beautiful part of the country.
Our summer special offer includes two nights accommodation in one of our standard rooms and also our Yorkshire breakfast a great way to start your day . Dinner * is also included on the first night in our hotel restaurant or bar . Enjoy our menu of home cooked dishes featuring local Yorkshire produce and also our popular daily specials. This summer special offer also includes complimentary entry to the Bird of Prey Centre located next to the Burn Hall Hotel York.
The Burn Hall Hotel York enjoys a fabulous location in the stunning North Yorkshire countryside. The hotel is located in the Vale of York just 20 minutes drive from York City centre is ideal for exploring both the North Yorkshire Moors and Yorkshire Dales. The Burn Hall Hotel York is also just an hours drive from some of North Yorkshire’s breathtaking coastline. This area of coastline includes Whitby, Sandsend, Scarborough and Robin Hood Bay . Our summer special offer is a two night offer and gives you an ideal opportunity and the time to discover some of what North Yorkshire has to offer.
Our Summer Special Offer is just £129 for two nights B & B with dinner* on the first night
Bookings are being taken for June, July & August (subject to availability) * Dinner is a £15 per person contribution to dinner our hotel restaurant or bar.
This offer is subject to availability and certain exclusions apply . To make booking or to check availability please make an enquiry below or call our reservations team on 01347 825400
The Burn Hall Hotel York is proud to advise it is a Best Western hotel. If you are a Best Western Rewards member please mention this when booking. If you are not a Best Western rewards member but would like more information or like to join the Best Western rewards scheme then please ask our reservations team who will be delighted to assist
- Dinner Included*
- Includes Bird of Prey entry
- Yorkshire Breakfast