Easter is the time to celebrate the arrival of warmer weather and longer days. York is especially beautiful in the Spring with an array of daffodils adorning the city. You can meander through the narrow medieval streets, stroll by the river, spend time in the parks and gardens as well as visiting the many attractions. Why not book take advantage of our Lazy Sunday offer this Easter.
Our Lazy Sunday Break includes:
- Accommodation in one of our individually designed bedrooms
- 'deliciouslyorkshire' breakfast
- 3 course TDH dinner
- Late checkout till 12
£130 in a standard room
£150 in a deluxe room
This offer is based on two adults sharing a room. As with all our special offers it cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and is subject to availability.
Why not stay an extra day? Add Easter Monday to your Easter Sunday for an extra £59 Bed and Breakfast. (This rate is only applicable as part of the Easter Break)
To book this offer please telephone 01904 644744 or email email@example.com and quote "Lazy Sunday"
Highlights in York over Easter
Easter Event at York Chocolate Story (28th March - 13th April)
Uncover the secret of why certain children in York once got to enjoy solid Easter eggs, watch as our chocolatiers recreate ornate Easter eggs from days gone by, while little ones embark on an Easter egg hunt.
For further details see www.yorkschocolatestory.com
Death by Chocolate at The York Dungeons (28th March - 12th April)
A visit to The York Dungeon promises an exciting adventure this Easter holiday as it launches its Death by Chocolate attraction for unsuspecting visitors. On arrival you will be greeted by a pop-up Victorian Sweet Shop and its enticing sickly owners, however be on guard and prepare for darker twists. With jars of tempting sweets on offer, all is not as it seems and there is a strong chance that you won't leave smiling. Will it be a lucky or yucky dip?
For further details see www.thedungeons.com/york/en/plan-your-visit/death-by-chocolate.aspx
Spring into the Shambles Market (3rd April - 6th April)
Visitors to Shambles Market will enjoy an 'eggstra' special time with activities, including face painting, pottery decorating, bonnet making and an Easter bunny trail. As well as its regular mix of stalls offering superb regional produce, arts, crafts and clothing, a selection of exceptional local craftspeople and entertainers will also join the market for the 'Spring into Shambles Market' event.
For further details see www.shamblesmarket.com
Hairspray the Broadway Musical at the Royal Opera House (27th March - 4th April)
HAIRSPRAY follows the plight of loveable teen-dreamer Tracy Turnblad who is a big girl with big hair and an even bigger heart who becomes the unexpected star of local TV dance program, The Corny Collins Show, much to the frustration of the TV station's villainous producer, Velma Von Tussle.
With an original soundtrack of swinging-sixties-style tunes, such as Good Morning Baltimore, Welcome to the 60's and You Can't Stop The Beat HAIRSPRAY will be sure to have audiences mash-potato-ing all the way home.
Winner of eight Tony Awards, HAIRSPRAY has played to sold out theatres in London, Broadway and audiences across the globe.
For further details see www.atgtickets.com/york
Easter Fun at York Castle Museam (28th March - 12th April)
Join us this Easter for exciting egg-themed activities at York Castle Museum. Events Include:
Easter Trail, Create at the Castle, Cosy Eggs, Hot Cross Buns, Egg Decorating Competition. Prizes will be awarded for the best decorated eggs!
For further details see www.yorkcastlemuseum.org.uk