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12 Jan 2016
“st williams collage”
29 Mar 2015
“Haunted lodgings for Clergymen”
Originally built for the Minster Chantry priests in 1465, the college buildings had served many functions, among them that of the Royal Mint and printing house for Charles I.
5 College Street, York YO1 7JF, England
+44 1904 658654
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Reviewed 13 January 2016

Used to go there with my nan for afternoon tea,great historic place !!lovely location in the centre of historic york.

1  Thank symbool01
Reviewed 30 March 2015

One of York's finest timber-framed buildings, dating back to 1465. It was built to house clergymen and was located close to the Minster so that the Archbishop could keep a watchful eye on their behaviour. It is one of the many haunted buildings in the...More

2  Thank Jolyon67
Reviewed 13 August 2014

St Williams College is an old timber-framed building with a lot of history and character. It was built in 1465 for York Minster's chantry priests - about 24 of them who were paid for praying for the souls of their deceased benefactors. The building was...More

1  Thank The_Concierge_8
Reviewed 27 January 2013

Beautiful setting, great fair with some really unusual gifts. The college is amazing. Architecture is lovely.

1  Thank Emma J
Reviewed 2 October 2012

What a fantastic venue! Attended conference at which our evening meal was held at St. Williams college. Believe it was founded in late 1400s and so building typical of that period. Setting really added to our night.

Thank Louuby
Reviewed 19 May 2012

This long stretch of buildings is very nice to look at with the plaster/woodwork and is in front of York Minster and beside the Treasurers House

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Reviewed 17 July 2007

We stumbled on a craft fair that was being held one Sunday upstairs in St Williams College. The local crafts were great but the inside of this place is amazing. The timbers and paintings all make for a genuine old atmosphere. A real gem. I...More

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