Campanile Hull - City Center

Beverley Road, Kingston, Devon, England, HU2 9AN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kingston

Into the Workhouse

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


... jobs to do. One of these jobs was oakum picking, which was a common task in Victorian prisons and workhouses. This involved taking pieces of old tarred rope from ships and untwisting it into individual strands. The loose fibres were then sold to shipbuilders to mix with tar to be used for caulking (sealing cracks) in the hulls of ships. It was a pretty horrible job ...

Mr Straw's House, Clumber Park and cub scouts

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


... evening. In the morning we had made ANZAC biscuits to take with us and when we got there, all the kids had made ANZAC bikkies for us! LOL! The cub scouts had been learning about Australia and Em and Rob shared some things with the cubs and they asked questions about Australia. They compared Australian and English cub scouting and then had a bit of a singalong. Em handed out the friendship bracelets she had made, as well ...

Goodbye North Yorkshire :(

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


... and Jonathan's in Misterton. We loved every moment we spent with Debs, Alan and Dani, I haven't laughed so much in a long time, it was just so wonderful spending time with people who grab life with both hands and have fun. When we got to Jonathan and Anne's they had the most AMAZING dinner for us (we are so spoilt) - roast beef and Jonathan's extra special Yorkshire puds. YUM! Not to mention one of my favourite veggies - hide your eyes ...

Gainsborough Old Hall

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


... when he discovered her plan to elope with a lowly soldier. She died of a broken heart and now haunts the 'Ghost Corridor'. The Old Hall also has links to the Pilgrim Fathers that sailed to the Americas in the Mayflower in 1620. The second family to own the Hall was the Hickmans. William Hickman and his Mother Rose were puritans and didn't like how the Church of England was being run. It is thought they supported the more ...

Doctor Who meets Robin Hood

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


... On the drive back to Jonathan and Anne's, we stopped at Sherwood Forest near the village of Edwinstowe, reportedly where Robin married Maid Marian. It was a spur of the moment decision and I'm so glad we went. There were oak trees there, hundreds of years old and when they get to that age they become all gnarly and look like something out of a Grimm's fairy tale. We also saw The ...


This hotel, located on Beverley Road, Kingston, is near The Deep, The Humber Bridge, Wilberforce House Museum, and Fort Paull.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Campanile Hull - City Center Kingston

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good