Hallmark Hotel Hull

Address: Ferriby High Road, North Ferriby, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, HU14 3LG, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ferriby High Road, North Ferriby, is near The Humber Bridge and Hull Road Park.
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    Travel Blogs from North Ferriby

    The Duke of York

    A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Aug 07, 2015

    80 photos

    ... planning to visit Liverpool (Home of the Beattles) but others said if I have a limited amount of time, i should definitely go to the City of York. So not knowing much about northern England I followed the suggestions of my colleagues and visited York earlier this week. It's a charming city with plenty of stuff for tourists to do. For the most part I wandered around, enjoyed some nice food and took advantage of ...

    Day 13 of the Great British Adventure

    A travel blog entry by robinlapham on Aug 06, 2015

    3 photos

    ... a week and still not see everything. They do not allow pictures inside so I was disappointed but it would have been impossible to decide where to even start. Charles Darwin is buried there along with Isaac Newton and many Kings and Queens of England. We saw the chair on which all Kings and Queens sit as they are crowned. It has ...

    Welcome to York

    A travel blog entry by cdresselhuis on Aug 06, 2015

    50 photos

    ... walking through Pablo Picasso's abstract interpretation of medieval times.

    York once had a large castle, but now all that remains is Clifford's Tower. A small sandcastle-like fortress perched on a grassy hill. I had initially thought that this was the original castle, and a rather pathetic excuse for a fortress. Even when I found that it was a tower, I thought the term was also a little generous considering the minimal hight of the structure. But when I ...

    Day 12 of our great British Adventure

    A travel blog entry by robinlapham on Aug 05, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    We started our morning at York Minster Cathedral. The best word I can think of to describe it is magnificent. It is the biggest cathedral in Northern Europe. Bigger than Westminster, bigger than Notre Dame. There is no way you can reproduce it in a photograph so the few that accompany this will be inadequate. We loved walking around the historic part of this town. We spent some time at a Railroad museum ...

    Stow minster

    A travel blog entry by m8man on Oct 01, 2013

    28 photos

    ... Lincoln Cathedral.

    It is said to have been re-founded and re-endowed in 1054 by Leofric and Godiva encouraged by Bishop Wulfwig as a Minster of Secular Canons with the Bishop at its head. In 1091 Bishop Remigius of Fécamp re-founded it as an abbey and brought monks to it from Eynsham Abbey, describing the church as having been a long time deserted and ruined. Within five years his successor had transferred the monks ...