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6-7 July 2006
Park Inn York (formerly York Moat House)

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In the heart of the Roman City of York, the Park Inn York (formerly York Moat House) situated on the banks of the Rover Ouse and is ideally placed for exploring this historic city or to enjoy the shops, bars and restaurants.

Park Inn York (formerly York Moat House)

The Park Inn York has been refurbished to a high standard and enjoys great meeting spaces as well as leisure facilities and a cosmopolitan bar and brasserie.

Travel Information

York is easily accessible from all parts of the UK. York by train is simple, excellent rail links bring you from London, Edinburgh, Manchester in around 2 hours.

Manchester, Newcastle and Leeds/Bradford airports are within easy reach. The ports of Hull and Newcastle are both within a two-hour drive

By Road

Situated midway between Edinburgh and London, just 20 minutes from the M1/M62 motorway network, York is within comfortable travelling times of most regions in the UK.

By Air

York is in easy travelling distance of 3 international airports - Leeds/Bradford, Humberside and Manchester. From Manchester International Airport, frequent Arriva Transpennine trains provide the city with a direct round the clock link.

By Coach

National Express offer an efficient, good value service to York, from most major UK destinations. For National Express Enquiries & Bookings please e-mail:

By Train

Getting to York by train is easy and great value too. From London the Journey time is under two hours ; Edinburgh is only two and a half hours from York and there are direct services from Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and the South West.

For futher information on travel to York please visit the York Tourism website

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