White Rose Villa

Bed and breakfast in the York and Selby area

Rooms Accommodation Selby York

Riccall churchThe charming and historic village of Riccall is situated just off the A19 between York and Selby in the Vale of York at the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside.

The village originally an Anglo-Saxon settlement also has major links with the Viking Invasion and the Norman Conquest of 1066 due to it’s proximity to the river Ouse. The village church of St Mary’s was built on the site of the original Anglo Saxon church in the 12th century just after the Norman Conquest.

Visitors to Riccall will find many facilities which will help to make their stay more enjoyable. The village boasts two public houses one of which is featured in the latest good beer guide,an Italian and Indian restaurants all of which serve excellent food (reservations to all of these can be made if required). There is a hairdresser, beauty salon, post office, costcutter supermarket and butcher.

On the recreation side Riccall has it’s own park with play equipment from pre-school through to teenagers. There are plenty of footpaths around the village and into the local countryside. The Selby-York branch of the Trans-Pennine cycle path passes through the village where you can cycle the solar system into York. The Regen Center has a small sports hall where football and badminton can be played. Approx a mile from the village center is Skipwith Common nature reserve.


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