Hotels in Selby
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With a rich Viking history and plenty of unusual attractions, Selby welcomes visitors who desire a slightly different pace. This town of just over 13,000 residents is found in North Yorkshire along the banks of the Ouse river. Once an important port town, today Selby is essentially a suburb of York, which does have plenty of draws for visitors.Discount hotels in Selby are found in a town that was first established by the Vikings. The first reference to the town was in the Anglo Saxon Chronicle of 799. When visitors select EasyToBook.com cheap hotels in Selby they will be able to take in such sights as the Selby Abbey, which was founded in the 1060s, and the Selby Canal. The abbey is an example of a blending of Gothic, Victorian and Norman architecture. Its most striking feature is an original medieval window that shows the Tree of Jesse. The Selby Town Hall is also a venue used for live music, comedy, drama and dance.