The Farthings Guest House is located at 5 Nunthorpe Ave, York YO23 1PF, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Farthings Guest House and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Sandy Lane

5 Google Rating

Stayed for 3 nights. Lovely location with nice stroll into city. Also close to Rowntree Park which i

5/ 5

Stayed for 3 nights. Lovely location with nice stroll into city. Also close to Rowntree Park which is worth a visit. I love York and this is the best place I have found to stay. On a quiet road and only 12 minutes walk from railway station and likewise to city centre. Local area is lovely with a few shops and places to eat at the top of the road. Breakfast was beautiful and room was spacious and comfortable bed, slept well all 3 nights. Would definitely recommend and would stay again.

Paul McGrath McGrath

4 Google Rating

Stayed at this B&B this weekend 03/12/21, rooms are ideal,tv tea,coffee, biscuits & plenty towels in

4/ 5

Stayed at this B&B this weekend 03/12/21, rooms are ideal,tv tea,coffee, biscuits & plenty towels in the room, Communal bathroom which was shared with three rooms on top floor, but always accessible, good quality shower gel n hand wash (M&S I think)The farthings is very clean and comfortable, breakfast caterers for all needs but full English was excellent and very filling, Helen was very friendly and helpful from the day will arrive to leaving and has excellent knowledge of York. York is about 15 min walk and about same to train station the opposite way with plenty of local shops, pubs on the doorstep.

John Tankard

5 Google Rating

Just back from a 2 night stay absolutely fantastic. Lovely breakfast and Helen is really helpful. Wi

5/ 5

Just back from a 2 night stay absolutely fantastic. Lovely breakfast and Helen is really helpful. Will be back at some point

Scott Hugill

5 Google Rating

Fantastic place! Spotlessly clean. Fabulous owner very friendly attentive and professionally respect

5/ 5

Fantastic place! Spotlessly clean. Fabulous owner very friendly attentive and professionally respectful. Will definitely go back very soon

Dan Neville

5 Google Rating

Lovely clean rooms and an excellent breakfast. Helen was very friendly and attentive. Would definite

5/ 5

Lovely clean rooms and an excellent breakfast. Helen was very friendly and attentive. Would definitely stay again

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