Hull has been designated UK City of Culture for 2017, an award bestowed upon a metropolis that has demonstrated a belief in the power of culture. To deliver this achievement, an impressive theatre and arts programme will operate throughout the year reflecting the unique character, history and geography of Hull with themed music, paintings, food and poetry. Aside from the special celebratory events, Hull boasts a wealth of attractions such as the Streetlife Museum of Transport where you can hop on a tram or enjoy a carriage ride. Perhaps visit Wilberforce House, birthplace of the slavery abolitionist, step aboard Spurn Lightship to learn about Hull’s maritime past or view the iconic Humber Bridge.
86% of customers rated this holiday as good or excellent.
York is celebrated for its Roman, Viking and medieval heritage and is a delight to explore. Wander the narrow alleyways, take a boat trip on the River Ouse, visit the National Railway Museum or step back a thousand years at the Jorvik Viking Centre. Don’t miss the magnificent minister – an absolute masterpiece of sculptured stone and stained glass windows.
This superb modern hotel overlooks the marina in the heart of Hull and has a lounge bar with pool table, well appointed bedrooms and a pleasant terrace. The Prince’s Key Shopping Centre is just across the road.
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Comfort & cleanliness: 90%