If in York…
Just past the ginnel (passage through a wall or building) in The Hole-in-the-Wall Pub, you enter the snickelway known as Preceptors Court where you are treated to a stunning view of York Minster. 
The 1,000 year old cathedral, built on Roman, Anglo-Saxon and early Norman foundations, is 200 feet high. It is the largest consecrated Gothic space in Europe.
©Ferne Arfin

If in York…

Just past the ginnel (passage through a wall or building) in The Hole-in-the-Wall Pub, you enter the snickelway known as Preceptors Court where you are treated to a stunning view of York Minster.

The 1,000 year old cathedral, built on Roman, Anglo-Saxon and early Norman foundations, is 200 feet high. It is the largest consecrated Gothic space in Europe.

©Ferne Arfin