St. William's College was founded in 1461 as a home for the Chantry Priests and named after St. William (wiki), Archbishop of York in 1154. Now the building is restored to its former glory and as well as housing a popular restaurant, it is used for conferences, exhibitions and receptions.
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Located close to the East side of York Minster.
St William's College,
5 College Street,
York YO1 7JF