Clyde House Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Kingston-upon-Hull
... Club for a look. It is built high on a hill beside the sea and is where John played cricket for 40 odd years. Had a great lunch in a Pub in Brid and then did the tourist walk around. We all had a go on the 2 penny games as well as a horse race type game. Oma also arrived from Holland and she flew into Leeds where her daughter & son were there to pick her up. Fish & chips for tea and then a bit of chat and into ...
... They have paid carpark areas where people leave their cars and set off walking on defined public footpath areas across hill and dale (and private land!) - I don't think this would go down well in Oz!
While having our cuppa it was like a sunny day on the NSW tablelands, cool, about 12 or 14 degrees and a bit breezy - I overheard a girl say to her boyfriend, "oh what a lovely day"! I am glad we live in Oz!
We passed several ...
... you want from there like shoes, clothes and linen.
After Primarnie we went to the William Wilberforce pub for a Pimms and strawberry which was sweet and delicious. After looking around a few more shops in Hull (not quite as nice as York according to Shelly and based on my own observations) we went to a old school pub for lunch.
In the afternoon Claire and I took the two little dogs and walked into the town for an ice cream. After taking a ...
Had a very cruisy day in Pocklington.. looked around the city and checked out the cemetery. There was a brand new Gypsy grave which was huge and covered by gorgeous flowers (apparently the gypsies are very rich here cause they don't pay taxes... dunno how much of that is true!)
Went to the supermarket and perused the shelves (mostly the fruit aisles where we bought more grapes, strawberries, blackberries and cherries).
Also had an incident with Claire's red nail polish. ...
... Very cute though with little lanes and heaps of original brick buildings.
So Claire's Mums house is at 9 Reilly Mews which is a lovely little street 1 minute from two supermarkets (Sainsbury and Aldi). It is a three level terrace house with the kitchen and living area on the first floor, Loren's (Claire's sisters) room and our guest room on the second floor and Shelly and Peter's room on the top floor. They also ...
Other places to stay in Kingston-upon-Hull
80 Ferensway, Kingston-upon-Hull | 3 star hotelfrom $65
170 Ferensway, Kingston-upon-Hull | 2 star hotelfrom $68
- Forget it
- Ok if you don't want to sleep
- Smelly, Dirty
Henry Boot Way , Kingston-upon-Hull | 3 star hotelfrom $76
65 Paragon Street, Kingston-upon-Hull | Hotelfrom $98
Castle Street, Kingston-upon-Hull | 3 star hotelfrom $79
Osbourne Street, Kingston-upon-Hull | 2 star hotelfrom $44
99 Citadel Way, Kingston-upon-Hull | Hotelfrom $76
City Center Beverley Road, Kingston-upon-Hull | 2 star hotelfrom $49
Kingswood Park, Kingston-upon-Hull | Hotelfrom $79
1-2 Kingston Square, Kingston-upon-Hull | Hotelfrom $71
70 - 72 Pearson Park, Kingston-upon-Hull | Hotelfrom $68
Ferriby Road, Kingston-upon-Hull | Hotelfrom $80
Albion St, Kingston-upon-Hull | Hotelfrom $132
6 Coltman Street, Kingston-upon-Hull | Hotelfrom $51