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“What a brilent stop over”
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The Country Park
Ranked #2 of 4 Hessle B&B and Inns
Reviewed 4 May 2014

Me and my 2 children stayed here last night. What a lovely place to stay. Could not fault the place at all. The location was spot on, and lovely views of the Humber lite up at night. The place was very quite and peacefull , room very clean, shower fantastic, beds lovely and soft. What a bargain for £29 . !!! Would Deffo stay here again when over in the area. .... Not to mention, the restaurant food and service was very good too. ( we stayed in room 3 ) thAnks for a fab weekend with my children . Xx

  • Stayed: May 2014
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1  Thank louiselandchloe
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Reviewed 1 May 2014

The refurbishment after the damage caused by December's tidal surge is excellent. No major changes in atmosphere, outlook or seating but a smart and up-to-date colour scheme and good quality furniture. The excellent view onto the river and towards the Humber Bridge is accessible from most of the tables, making this a lovely place to eat and relax. Food is unpretentious and nicely presented - can recommend the roast dinner: the turkey is extremely succulent and tasty!

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank BerlinerWeisse
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Reviewed 16 November 2013

We recently went to an event held at the country park inn with Snake Davies and Soul Patrol. The country park has a lovely big room catering for 300 guests. The tables were really well set out and the hot buffet meal was very nice although a little bit on the spicy side for our tastes. The music was fantastic not to mention the atmosphere. Everybody was up dancing. The staff were wonderful, always friendly and helpful. We had also booked a room overnight in the Lodge. This room was fine though nothing particularly special - it wasn't expensive though so we felt it was still good value for money. All in all we felt that the country park put on a great night and catered really well. Purely by coincidence we had been at a retirement event the previous night and although this was a totally different evening it was really well managed too. That night the buffet was fabulous!

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Alan196611
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Reviewed 27 October 2013

Great place for an overnight stop if on your way to the ferry at Hull. Lodges are small but comfortable enough and clean and at £58 per night for the lodge cant really complain. The food served in the Inn itself is excellent and well priced.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank harrygilfillan
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Reviewed 13 October 2013

We attended a Ball here last year which was fabulous but stayed at a different hotel, this year we were 'lucky' enough to book a room in 'The Lodge' to attend this years Ball...How I wish they had been booked up!!!

This is essentially a pub/restaurant with a large room with bar attached, the sleeping accommodation is sited across a car park in the lodge area. We checked in and were given our keycard for Room 2, whilst walking across the car park there was a very strong smell of drains not sure where this was from but it was horrible. Upon entering the lodge I was surprised to see 4/5 large blue laundry bags stuffed full with dirty linen/towels these were being stored right outside of our room the floor and mismatched furniture in the 'communal area was very worn and the whole feel was one of unkemptness.

Room 2 housed 2 single beds and desk/dressing table with a confrence chair placed under, a mismatched bedside table with a horrendously brown stained lamp and shade the surfaces were dusty and a bit sticky! There was a shelf with tea/coffee making items and some packets of biscuits a tiny wardrobe with 2 hangers, the carpet was heavily patterned and looked to be about 40 years old, I wouldn't have taken my shoes off and walked around in bare feet, the room was dark and made even dingier by the low watt bulbs that were fitted, the en-suite was worse! Dirty cracked and filled stained tiles everywhere with mildew in every crevice the shower tray was filthy and the shower curtain was dirty and stained, every fitting had cracks/marks on them and the (dirty) toilet brush was proudly on display in an open sided holder which was sat on the cistern! The only saving grace for any of it was the bedding was bright white and beautifully ironed. The room was the size of a shoebox just dreadful.

I went to Reception and asked if there were any other rooms availiable the man looked quite
surprised and asked why! He then gave me the key to Room 3 back across the car park in the pouring rain the entry door to the lodge was now stuck fast and couldn't be pushed open I had to open it with force with my hip!

Room 3 was ever so slightly better, larger and brighter still with 2 single beds, despite booking a Double Room, the en-suite was cleaner and not quite so many cracked tiles and there was an actual shower enclosure rather than just a curtain as the toilet roll holder was broken the toilet roll was sat on this cistern rather than a dirty toilet brush, still the same horrible carpet and mismatched furniture the room was ever so cold despite the radiator being on, there was a TV on the wall added I would imagine to bump the room into the year 2013! The rooms do not have telephones so if you needed anything you have to walk over to the main building, not ideal as I found out after showering that there was no iron or board in the room, or in fact anywhere for guest use! Again clean sheets and as I found out later very comfortable beds.

We had to stay as despite ringing several other hotels there were no rooms available within the area. These are not relaxing rooms at all I was in and out of the shower in minutes and put my shoes on to walk around the room so I didn't have to touch the carpet.

The hotel do not serve breakfast at all and to be honest after the appalling meal which was served at the Ball I was thankful! The service was very slow and gravy came out as our table were finishing, beef was served which was very tough and vegetables were cold and hard, in fairness this could have been down to the volume of people who were there and may not be standard in the Resturant area.

There is a very nice view over the water and you area and you are literally under the Humber Bridge on a summers day it would be lovely to sit outside and have a drink.

It is a shame the rooms are so horrible as with modernisation and decorating and some thought being put into facilities (perhaps a communal ironing board and iron that could be stored in the area instead of bags of dirty linen!) these rooms would be perfect to stay in after attending an event at the venue.

I really wasn't expecting much for £40.00 per room but wish I had stayed in The Travelodge and
caught a taxi to the venue.

In my opinion one of the worst places I have stayed and I wouldn't like to repeat the experience! Book elsewhere and get a taxi if you are unfortunate enough to be visiting here.

Room Tip: Do not stay here!! And especially not in room 2 or 3!!
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  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Trollydolly14
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Reviewed 3 October 2013

lovely views out to the humber bridge,had drinks in the pub but no food as they stop serving at 9pm nice friendly staff ,the rooms a little small ,no toilitries downfall they dont do breakfasts which im sure its something they could look to doing in the future,it was a decent stay and slept well i would stay again but arrive early if want an evening meal.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank 552elaine17
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Reviewed 11 September 2013

Stopped here for lunch on a very wet day but it was still good to have such a nice view over the water. Typical pub fare but the scampi and chips were lovely and the liver and bacon very tasty. We were served very quickly as we were there early in the day but we noticed quite a queue forming of people ordering food as lunchtime progressed.
I'm sure when the weather is good this is a great place for a drink and meal after a walk along the foreshore or just to sit outside enjoying the view with a coffee.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Ann_y21_12
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Additional Information about The Country Park

Address: Cliff Road | Hessle Forshore, Hessle HU13 0HB, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Yorkshire > East Riding of Yorkshire > Hessle
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #2 of 4 B&Bs / Inns in Hessle
Number of rooms: 8
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Temporarily Closed for Renovation The Country Park Inn is located on the banks of the River Humber and nestles in the shadow of the iconic Humber Bridge. Starting as a public house and restaurant it has been extensively developed over the years and now incorporates a fantastic public bar serving a fantastic array of home cooked fayre ranging from the typical pub classics to those dishes with something that bit different, an amazing events suite with facilities for up to 400 guests and a delightful accommodation annexe with eight cottage style ensuite bedrooms. Whatever the occasion – family get together, pub lunch, conference or wedding, The Country Park Inn and our team are certain we have something to suit. ... more   less 

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