Trains to Selby

Trains to Selby

Selby has undergone much change in recent years and First Hull Trains has supported this considerable residential and commercial expansion by providing a valuable transport link. Selby hosts one of the best open air markets in Yorkshire, where every Monday shoppers come from miles around for some excellent bargains. Selby is becoming more popular amongst visitors with a growing variety of shops and tea rooms, restaurants and bars.

Situated along the River Ouse, Selby’s most significant landmark is the Abbey. Together with the Abbot's Staithe this forms the only remains of a large monastery which was founded in the year 1069 by the monk Benedict who travelled from Auxerre in France. William the Conqueror, who was in York at the time, gave Benedict permission to found the Abbey and granted him lands to support it.

Selby is a great base for First Hull Trains passengers who are looking to discover the delights of Yorkshire.

Selby Station

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Information

Selby Station,
Station Road,
Selby,
YO8 0NW

Selby Station is situated approximately ½ mile from the town centre. The ticket office is open Monday-Saturday 06:00-20:00; Sunday 09:15-19:00.

Car Park

The car park is managed by NCP (link opens in a new browser window) on behalf of the station operators First Transpennine Express.

The station car park has 300 spaces, Monday to Sunday 24 hours. Charges: £3.50 daily, £15.00 weekly, £42.00 monthly, £100.00 three monthly, £311.00 annually.

Buses

Arriva bus company operates an extensive network of local and regional buses, linking Selby with York, Leeds, Doncaster and Pontefract/Wakefield. Visit the traveline website (link opens in a new browser window) or call 0871 200 22 33. You can also browse all the local Arriva bus services on the operator's website (link opens in a new browser window).

Taxis

Visit www.traintaxi.co.uk (link opens in a new browser window) for a guide to all taxis serving rail stations throughout the UK.

See & do

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Selby Abbey

Often referred to as the ‘hidden Gem of Yorkshire’, Selby Abbey is truly magnificent and one of the most superb Abbey churches to be found anywhere in England. One of the few surviving churches of the medieval period, people have worshiped here for over 900 years. Selby Abbey has some fantastic architecture and some fascinating history, and you are welcome to come along for a service or to take a look around.

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Selby Markets

Selby holds a market in the town centre every Monday, and there is a special Bank Holiday Monday market which attracts traders and visitors from across the region. There is also a Selby Farmers Market held on the first Wednesday of every month. Full information about all markets and dates can be found on the Selby Town Council website.

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Breighton Aerodrome - Real Aeroplane Museum

Breighton, Selby. Tel: (01757) 289065.

Breighton Airfield is a former Second World War heavy bomber base and cold-war nuclear missile launch site. It is now home to the classic aircraft collection of the Real Aeroplane Company and the Real Aeroplane Club, an active flying club whose members own and operate many unusual, classic and ex-military aircraft.

It tells the history of flight through the work of Yorkshire’s many aviation pioneers such as Shute, and has a collection of over 40 flying machines. It includes the World record breaking 1936 Percival Mew Gull racing aircraft and the Arrow Active II, a locally built aerobatic biplane that first flew as early as 1932. The Club is open to enthusiastic non-pilots, and there are many social and flying events all year round.

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Food & Drink

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Capri Restaurant

4 Abbey Place, Selby. Tel: 01757 706 856

With a reputation for being the best Italian restaurant in Selby, you can expect high quality service and a fine Italian dining experience at Capri Restaurant. The restaurant offers a full ‘a la carte’ menu and specialises in creative Italian cuisine. This includes freshly baked breads and pizza, a range of pasta dishes and beautiful prime steaks, chicken, fish and fresh seafood. All ingredients are sourced locally for quality and freshness, and food is prepared to order on the premises.

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Osteria 23

The Old Forge, Back Micklegate, Selby. Tel: 01757 704011

Italian restaurant serving a variety of pasta, pizza, meat and fish dishes prepared by Sardinian chef Fabrizio; Osteria 23 promises an authentic Italian dining experience in the heart of Selby.

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The Wheatsheaf Inn, Burn

Main Road, Burn, Selby. Tel: 01757 270614

The Wheatsheaf Inn is a family-friendly pub serving a variety of home cooked meals in a relaxing setting complete with real open log fire. There is a selection of guest ales which you are welcome to sample, as well as a famous malt whisky collection. The pub is decorated with memorabilia of 578 Squadron stationed at Burn and an array of antiques and knick-knacks that have been collected and donated by customers over the years. The Wheatsheaf Inn is featured in the Good Beer Guide 2011, the Good Pub Guide 2011 and the Real Ale Pub Guide 2012 as well as publications of CAMRA's Ouse Boozer and the Donny Drinker.

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Abbey Vaults

James Street, Selby. Tel: 01757 702857

Situated on James Street, the Abbey Vaults is a thriving local pub which offers great value food and drink. On weekend evenings there is a resident DJ and karaoke. There is a great selection of classic pub meals and drinks offers, and look out for special themed offer nights including curry night and burger night.

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The Riverside Bar

Lively venue featuring live music.

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Overnight stay?

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Hazeldene Guesthouse

32 – 34 Brook Street, Doncaster Road, Selby. Tel: 01757 704 809

Hazeldene Guest House is a period house dating back to 1890, offering affordable, comfortable accommodation. Situated only 5 minutes from Selby town centre, it is within easy reach of York, The Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors and The East Coast. Rooms include; TV, shaving points, hairdryers and tea/coffee facilities, and a 'Hearty Yorkshire Breakfast'. There is also an In-house Bar & Lounge with Television & DVD player and free Wi-Fi.

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New Country Inns Selby Hotel

Oakney Wood Drive, Selby. Tel: 08712 003363

New Country Inns were set up to create a good, friendly place to stay, where you can eat well and have a relaxing drink at an affordable price.

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The Willows Guesthouse

Cockret Close, Selby. Tel: 01757 709914

Ten minutes from the station is The Willows Guesthouse, offering single, double, family and twin rooms complete with tea/coffee making facilities, fridge, and Freeview TV.

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Berewick House

Park Lane, Barlow, Selby. Tel: 01757 617051

Berewick House has built up a reputation for providing quality accommodation situated in a peaceful, rural setting, and was awarded 4-star status by ‘VisitBritain’ with a Silver award. Rooms are en-suite and individually furnished with period furniture and include; fresh flowers, hospitality trays, TV, hairdryer, and radio.

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Loftsome Bridge Coaching House Hotel

Wressle, near Selby. Tel: Tel: 01757 630070

Loftsome Bridge Coaching House is a beautiful country house with elegant en-suite bedrooms. A full English breakfast is freshly cooked to order for every guest. There is also a restaurant serving exquisite home-cooked meals, as well as a lounge bar where guests can relax in front of the open fire after a day exploring the sights of Yorkshire. Free wireless internet access is available to all guests.

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