Located in the very centre of York, 10 St Marys is perfectly situated to allow you to experience the history and vibrancy of this unique city.
Having recently undergone an extensive, but sympathetic renovation, 10 St Marys gives you the opportunity to stay in luxury and comfort in one of York's traditional and iconic buildings.
Sleeping up to 6 people, 10 St Marys is the perfect place to stay on your next visit to the City of York.
10 St Marys was built in the mid-Victorian era, with the street being named after St Marys Abbey, a Benedictine Abbey founded in 1088 and once the richest Abbey in the North of England. The ruins still remain and can be found a short walk away in the Museum Gardens.
10 St Marys was originally built as a townhouse for York's up-and-coming middle class and was of Georgian design, which was still popular at the time. It remained as such for over a century before increases in population and the cost of housing caused it to be redeveloped into four flats. Our aim was to transform the building back into its original usage, as one large and luxurious property which now gives guests the opportunity to experience Victorian era living with all the modern comforts and amenities.
On your doorstep are numerous attractions to suit all ages, with river boat trips, ghost walks, art galleries and theatres, plus an abundance of quirky shops, restaurants and inns.
10 St Marys superb central location is perfect for exploring a wealth of other historical buildings: