Ashbourne House is located at 139 Fulford Rd, York YO10 4HG, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Ashbourne House and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Nicole Martin

5 Google Rating

Lovely B&B with comfortable beds for a good night's sleep, well equipped rooms nicely furnished and

5/ 5

Lovely B&B with comfortable beds for a good night's sleep, well equipped rooms nicely furnished and very clean. Equipped with tea & coffee facilities...treats too. Nice extras also with toiletries, if you were passing through you wouldn't need your own. Breakfast is a highlight & delicious! Fiona & Ricardo are friendly hosts and make you feel at home.

Tracey King

5 Google Rating

It has been a pleasure to stay here for 3 nights over New Year Fiona and Ricardo are the perfect hos

5/ 5

It has been a pleasure to stay here for 3 nights over New Year Fiona and Ricardo are the perfect hosts very helpful and especially with our injured party member on crutches. The rooms are perfect with the attention to detail exceptional and a delicious breakfast of plenary of choice each morning. We as a family highly recommend this b & b and we will definitely be back as we love York see you soon xx thank you xx

Eric Slorance

5 Google Rating

Really comfortable with a great full English breakfast. Great value for money.

5/ 5

Really comfortable with a great full English breakfast. Great value for money.

David Webster

5 Google Rating

Lovely place to stay andnices. Staff not far from town centre

5/ 5

Lovely place to stay andnices. Staff not far from town centre

Steven Magac

5 Google Rating

Fantastic hosts. Really comfortable bed. Great breakfast. Overall one of the best B ñ B s we have e

5/ 5

Fantastic hosts. Really comfortable bed. Great breakfast. Overall one of the best B ñ B s we have ever been to

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