Hull Bed & Breakfast

Hull Maritime Museum

Hull is a city in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Correctly speaking Hull is actually named Kingston upon Hull having been renamed "Kings town upon Hull" by King Edward I in 1299. The area has been inhabited since the early Neolithic period and was favoured for it's position on the Humber Estuary and the navigable rivers but it was rather remote. In the 12th century monks founded Wyke upon Hull which was purchased from them by King Edward I who developed a port to support the First War of Scottish Independence. Much of the local economy focused on the sea (transport of cargo, fishing etc.) and chemical industries. Today there is certainly plenty to keep the visitor entertained and besides a few museums there are many historic buildings to visit.

Below is a selection of accommodation in Hull, if you wish to stay elsewhere there is a list of nearby towns below together with a custom search box.

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Hull Hotels : Owner Hotel Owner Hotel - Hull, Hull
Albion Street, Hull, HU1 3TD
StarStarStarStar 4 star

Rooms from: £60.00*
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Hull Hotels : Holiday Inn Hull Marina Holiday Inn Hull Marina, Hull
Castle Street, Hull, HU1 2BX
StarStarStar 3 star

Rooms from: £89.00*
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Below you will find links to some of the other main towns, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, for which we have bed and breakfast accommodation listings.

Towns & Cities in the East Riding of Yorkshire

Popular Vacation Destinations in East Riding of Yorkshire


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