Abbeyfield House Beckfield Lane, 12 Beckfield Lane, York, Yorkshire, YO26 5RL
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Abbeyfield House was refurbished in 2000 and has nine rooms with en-suite bathrooms.
Facilities include a house manager and emergency alarm service, lift, communal lounge, dining room, laundry and garden.
York was one of the most important cities in the Roman empire known as Eboracum and had originally been settled by the Brigantes. It is about 21 miles northeast of Leeds on the Rivers Ouse and Foss and retains its impressive medieval walls. The Roman missionary Paulinus established the diocese of York in 625 and King Edwin of Northumbria was later baptised here. The Saxons made York the capital of their Kingdom of Deira and then the Danes captured the city who called it Jorvik.
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