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The elegant Elmbank Hotel & Lodge enjoys a great location in the Micklegate Ward area of York, overlooking the Racecourse. Relax in luxury, modern accommodation and delight in gourmet dining at the Leetham’s Brasserie located within this rejuvenated 3-star hotel in York.
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Number of Bedrooms: 62
Parking Spaces: 15
Steps into Hotel: 3
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Elmbank Hotel in York is a unique 19th-century mansion with a rich history that has been elegantly restored to offer a boutique Art Nouveau hotel in the heart of this historic city. Redesigned by Mackintosh contemporary, George Walton, the Elmbank hotel is home to one of the finest and most complete Art Nouveau collections in the UK. Here, impressive stained glass, beautiful murals, and detailed stencils meld with modern and sophisticated facilities to provide a space of style, comfort, and interest. Located in the Micklegate Ward area of York, overlooking the Knavesmire Strays, the Elmbank Hotel is ideally situated just a short walk from the train station and the quaint streets of York’s old town.
Providing a choice of 62 ensuite bedrooms, the inviting luxury and modern accommodation at the Elmbank Hotel & Lodge has all of the amenities you need for a comfortable night’s stay. The accommodation is spread across three areas of the hotel, the main house, the courtyard and the lodge. Each room has been carefully restored to flatter The Elmbank Hotel’s original period features with understated reminiscence of York’s equestrian roots and the hotel’s vibrant history.
Within Elmbank Hotel, rich in art, culture and flavour, Leetham’s Brasserie offers exceptional cuisine in a beautiful and inviting space. Here, premium, locally sourced, and seasonal dishes crafted by the outstanding chefs are proudly served to you. The Peacock Bar & Botanical Garden at the Elmbank Hotel is the place to experience authentic Yorkshire hospitality with personalised service, carefully crafted menus and a welcoming ambience.
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All of the bedrooms at the Elmbank Hotel & Lodge have been carefully restored to the flatter Hotel’s original period features. Each room has all the amenities you require for a relaxing break in York including HDTV, complimentary WiFi, a safe and a desk.
All rooms at the Elmbank Hotel & Lodge have walk-in waterfall showers as well as the added benefit of a fridge in the room. Some of the bedrooms also have an expresso machine.
Located in the main hotel, the House Classic Rooms have been fully rejuvenated with respect to the history of The Elmbank. Complete with cosy interiors and modern furnishings, our House Classic rooms will be more than welcome with a king-size bed, walk-in shower, fridge, HDTV, complimentary WiFi, safe and a desk.
Looking for a little extra space? The House Deluxe Rooms feature the same tasteful features and contemporary décor as the House Classics with a king-size bed, walk-in shower, fridge, HDTV, complimentary WiFi, safe and a desk.
HOUSE SUPERIOR DELUXE
The biggest of the house rooms, the House Superior Deluxe offers modern indulgence in a much larger space for optimum relaxation. Featuring the same elegant décor and quality finishing touches, your stay will be made complete with a king-size bed and en-suite bathroom, all with a walk-in shower. The House Superior Deluxe rooms also include an espresso machine, fridge, HDTV, complimentary WiFi, and safe and comfortable seating areas.
Located in the courtyard, within the grounds of the manor house, the modern Courtyard Classic rooms offer a larger space for your next stay complete with a mattress-topped Hypnos double bed, en-suite bathroom with rainfall shower, USB charging sockets, air conditioning and a mini fridge with complimentary refreshments. Complimentary WiFi, HD Television, desk space, hairdryer, iron & ironing boards are also available in the Courtyard rooms as standard.
Recently refurbished to a high standard with an elegant interior, design and decor, The Lodge rooms are light, airy and functional for a comfortable and relaxing mini-break.
Choose from the:
Lodge Classic, complete with a king-size bed
Lodge Triple, with an added single bed making it the perfect base for families and groups
Lodge Attic, complete with two king-size beds and an abundance of extra space for added relaxation
Whichever you choose, your stay will be made complete with a spacious en-suite with a power shower, a safe and a mini fridge. As a guest, you'll also enjoy free Wi-Fi, large flat-screen television, complimentary refreshments, a trouser press and a hairdryer so that you can rest easy during your stay.
Bar & Restaurant
Leetham’s Brasserie at the Elmbank Hotel & Lodge is inspired by Sir Sidney Leetham, who bought the house off its first owner in 1898 and made use of a small observation tower which now overlooks York Racecourse.
Kickstart your day the right way with an energy boost from the hotel’s breakfast table. Whether you’re an early riser or are looking for an indulgent, leisurely start to your morning, there’s a breakfast for everyone at Leetham’s Brasserie with speciality coffees, a selection of pastries and ‘grab & go’ items or more indulgent made-to-order dishes inspired by the hotel's Northern roots.
Experience authentic Yorkshire indulgence with the evening dining menu featuring dishes that rely heavily on fresh and seasonal produce all served by attentive and exceptionally knowledgeable waiting staff who are happy to explain the dishes, the ingredients, and how the talented chefs put them together.
Guests are advised to book in advance for both breakfast and dinner to avoid disappointment, this can be done by calling the hotel directly (details of the hotels contact number will be on email confirmation)
The Peacock Bar
Round off your dining experience with a carefully crafted cocktail in the Peacock Bar. Inspired by the memory of the peacocks that used to roam freely around York, the hotel’s Peacock Bar & Botanical Garden transitions from a welcoming daytime space to a chic evening hangout with stunning views, perfect to relax in after a day of exploring York.
Directions to Elmbank Hotel & Lodge in York
Just a stone’s throw from York city centre, the easiest way to reach us is to follow directions for York. Once close to the city centre, stay on the A1036 before turning right onto Driffield Terrace where you can find us at the last intersection.
Our closest train station is York, boasting transport links to most major UK cities and conveniently just a 10-minute walk from our welcoming facilities.
The hotel has 15 car parking spaces that are available on a first come first serve basis, this is charged at £10 per 24hrs. The next closest free parking is on-street parking at York Racecourse but is not available on race dates.
Hotel Notice Board
Please note that there is no elevator access in the main building or Lodge bedrooms.
The hotel has 15 car parking spaces that are available on a first come first serve basis, this is charged at £10 per 24hrs. The next closest free parking is on street parking at York Racecourse abut is not available on race dates.
This hotel is no longer pet friendly.
The Elmbank Hotel is ideally located in the Micklegate Ward of York, on top of The Mount and just a short walk from the Micklegate entrance to the old town of York with its quaint cobbled streets.
During your stay at The Elmbank Hotel, be sure to take time to explore the dynamic city of York. Founded by the Romans, the imposing York Minster dominates a maze of twisting lanes and alleys amongst a mix of boutique shops and some of the city’s most famous landmarks.
For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide