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Welcome to Thompsons Arms Cottages

Address: Rice Lane, Flaxton Thompsons Arms, York, YO60 7PZ

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Thompsons Arms Cottages offers accommodation in Flaxton. York is 14 km away. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. The accommodation features a seating area with a TV, CD player, and DVD player. All units feature a kitchen equipped with an oven and microwave. A toaster and kettle are also available. There is a private bathroom with a shower and free toiletries in each unit. Towels and bed linen are offered. The area is popular for golfing and cycling. Leeds is 48 km from Thompsons Arms Cottages. Leeds Bradford International Airport is 50 km from the property.

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York Golf Club - York - Golf

York Golf Club - York - Golf

Distance 2.55 miles (4.08 km)
York's oldest golf club was formed in 1890 and moved to Strensall in 1904 where the course was designed by J.H. Taylor. In the early days the course was very open, now the fairways on the 6301 yards course are tree lined but the flat course retains its natural heathland and heather heritage and provides plenty of variety and challenge for the high and low handicapper alike. The Club hosts many County and York Union events and stages one of Yorkshire's premier 36 hole amateur competitions, The York Rose Bowl. The Club offers good Clubhouse facilities and "all in" golf and catering packages are available as well as separate a la carte menus.

Castle Howard - Historical Houses

Castle Howard - Historical Houses

Distance 4.81 miles (7.69 km)
Set in an elevated position, against the Howardian Hills in the North Riding of Yorkshire, Castle Howard's magnificent faade is visible for miles around. It is the largest house in Yorkshire and has been the home of the Howard family, since the 17th century. Built for the 3rd Earl of Carlisle, Castle Howard was designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, whose first project this was, his second was Blenheim Palace. Sir John chose the brilliant Nicholas Hawksmoor as his clerk of works, which proved to be a partnership of unparalleled excellence and together they created one of England's grandest homes. You will delight in the many elegant architectural features, the balustrade, frieze and pilasters; the statues and the long arched windows, but best of all is the beautiful cupola, which crowns the centre of the house.

Castle Howard - Historical Houses

Castle Howard - Historical Houses

Distance 4.97 miles (7.96 km)
Set in an elevated position, against the Howardian Hills in the North Riding of Yorkshire, Castle Howard's magnificent faade is visible for miles around. It is the largest house in Yorkshire and has been the home of the Howard family, since the 17th century. Built for the 3rd Earl of Carlisle, Castle Howard was designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, whose first project this was, his second was Blenheim Palace. Sir John chose the brilliant Nicholas Hawksmoor as his clerk of works, which proved to be a partnership of unparalleled excellence and together they created one of England's grandest homes. You will delight in the many elegant architectural features, the balustrade, frieze and pilasters; the statues and the long arched windows, but best of all is the beautiful cupola, which crowns the centre of the house.