Cafe No.8 @ The Merchant Adventurers Hall

Posted on 29th January 2018

“A little bit of history and a little bit of lunch” Café No.8 at the Merchant Adventurers Hall is somewhere you can have lunch without pausing your sightseeing.   Café No.8 have had a lovely café/bistro on Gillygate for a few years and have run the café in York Art Gallery [...]

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We are growing!

Posted on 8th January 2018

We are pleased to announce that our business is growing. Here is our latest press release: A York tourism business today hailed record UK visitors as it increases its fleet to keep up with growing demand. Grand Yorkshire, a York-based specialist touring company which offers day trips from York, [...]

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Celebrating the North York Moors

Posted on 6th December 2017

The North York Moors is one of two Yorkshire National Parks. It is the most popular destination for Grand Yorkshire’s visitors, has welcomed Neolithic Man, the Romans, the Vikings, the Industrial Revolution and even Harry Potter. Have a read of our North York Moors Guide and then why not [...]

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Helmsley – Away with Maja’s fantastic blog post

Posted on 30th November 2017

We love Helmsley, a quaint northern market town which we have consistently visited on our tours since Grand Yorkshire was launched. We have our own guide to Helmsley here, but we think you should check out Maja’s blog about her visit to Helmsley and Rievaulx Abbey: “Today, Rievaulx [...]

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SKOSH! Another reason to head to York…

Posted on 5th March 2017

York already has a fantastic pedigree when it comes to great restaurants. According to the Guardian’s Jay Rayner, that pedigree just got even better. Mr Rayner has reviewed “Skosh” this week and concluded it is another great reason to visit the wonderful city of York. He [...]

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