Number 34 Ltd is located at 34 Bootham Cres, Clifton, York YO30 7AH, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Number 34 Ltd and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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kathleen turner

5 Google Rating

Decent breakfast:plenty of variety Enough tea and coffee Clean and tidy rooms We loved the bathroom

5/ 5

Decent breakfast:plenty of variety Enough tea and coffee Clean and tidy rooms We loved the bathroom nice deep bath for a good soak Ideal for going into York City 10min walk but if you can't manage to walk it taxi always available. There are scooters available at the end of the road B and B owner pleasant enough not in your face, Lady that let us in was very nice and welcoming Would recommend to others to stay

Domonic Gregory

5 Google Rating

Beautiful and lovely B&B Nice for a break away, clean and well laid out . Breakfast was really nice

5/ 5

Beautiful and lovely B&B Nice for a break away, clean and well laid out . Breakfast was really nice, with a nice selection. The owner was very nice and polite, the beds really comfy, shower was good, and appearance nice. The area is pleasant and quiet, and only a short walk from York City centre (less than 10 minute walk) or a minute by car. 5*****

Stuart Holloway

3 Google Rating

Unfortunately no-one was around to let us in when we arrived which was after the check in time of 4.

3/ 5

Unfortunately no-one was around to let us in when we arrived which was after the check in time of 4.30pm. We parked in the restricted parking area outside with our fingers crossed that we wouldn't get a ticket as there was no parking permit available for us. Our time in York was restricted so at 5.45pm we decided to leave the b and b and chance the parking....still no one had arrived to greet us. Room nice and clean. Quiet road.

Helen Dixon

5 Google Rating

Lovely B & B, nice hosts, fantastic breakfast, comfortable stay, will return.

5/ 5

Lovely B & B, nice hosts, fantastic breakfast, comfortable stay, will return.

Kim Dawson

5 Google Rating

Very friendly staff. Lovely clean b&b. Great choice for breakfast. Would recommend to family and fri

5/ 5

Very friendly staff. Lovely clean b&b. Great choice for breakfast. Would recommend to family and friends x

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