We stayed here for 2 days just after Xmas while visiting Hull to see Fulham thrashed 6-0 and see what culture Hull has to offer (European City of Culture 2017!).
Our room overlooked the garden towards the Humber; it was quiet and comfortable. Perhaps a little cold but without asking we were supplied a heater by Mia, which worked fine. The bathroom was fine with plenty of hot water. Yes there was only one toilet roll but we just had to ask for another! Mia was very helpful and welcoming.
Hessle is a pleasant area and there is a nice walk nearby along the Humber under the bridge. This house has more character than the Premier Inn in Hull we had first intended to stay in. It's easy to get in to Hull without the car - either take the train from across the road or the 66 bus from Hessle Square 10 minutes away.
It's a little pricey for a B & B but was certainly a nice place to stay. My only negative observation is that breakfast is extra at £7.95 pp (I knew that in advance before we arrived, so could have chosen not to eat there) and although it was fine I think it should have been included in the price like other B & Bs.
I find the 2 most recent reviews slightly odd as we did not experience anything like this!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stunning Edwardian family run bed and breakfast set in an acre of old English country garden which has been awarded 4 stars every year since opening in 2000. All rooms are spacious and have their own individual style, traditional with a modern twist! Off street parking, free wifi, lcd plasma tv's with built in freeview in all rooms. ... more less
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