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Hull has many attractions to suit all interests, here are just some of them:

The Deep: One of the most spectacular aquariums in the world. This award-winning Yorkshire family attraction is home to 40 sharks and over 3,500 fish. A recent addition is a colony of Gentoo penguins. The dramatic building designed by Sir Terry Farrell is located in Hull, on the bank of the Humber Estuary, just an hour from York. The Deep is operated as a charity dedicated to increasing enjoyment and understanding of the world's oceans.

Hull's Ferens Art Gallery:  The gallery first opened in 1927. This award winning Yorkshire art  gallery is one of the region's best. The impressive collection includes a fine selection of old European masters within Galleries 1 and 2, particularly Frans Hals' Portrait of a Young Woman and Lorenzetti’s 14th Century masterpiece, Christ between Saint Paul and Saint Peter. Victorian, Edwardian, and early Twentieth Century British art on display in Galleries 5 and 6 includes gems by  artists such as Newlyn School notable Walter Langley. Find pieces by Hull's most acclaimed marine artist John Ward (1798-1849) in Gallery 12. Contemporary 20th century art is also on display. This splendid permanent collection is further enhanced by consistent changing  temporary displays, workshops and events; check the website for details. As part of the UK City of Culture 2017 programme, the Ferens hosted the Turner Prize following a £4.5 million makeover.

KCOM Stadium (previously called the KC Stadium):  The fabulous £43.5m KCOM Stadium opened its doors on  Wednesday December 18 2002 and is the home of Hull City Football Club  (The Tigers) and Hull Rugby Union Football Club (Hull FC).

The Humber Bridge: The  Humber Bridge is the fifth-largest single-span suspension bridge in the world, near Kingston upon Hull in England. It spans the Humber (the estuary formed by the rivers Trent and Ouse) between Barton-upon-Humber on the south bank and Hessle on the north bank, connecting the East  Riding of Yorkshire to North Lincolnshire. The bridge carries an average  of over 140,000 vehicles per week, which pay a toll of £1.50 each way for cars (higher for commercial vehicles).

Hull Ice Arena: The Hull Ice Arena is the most versatile venue in the area offering something for everyone including:
  • Olympic-sized ice rink
  • family only skating sessions
  • children's birthday parties
  • learn to skate courses
  • learn to play ice hockey courses
  • ice hockey, figure skating and lots more
  • private function hires
  • concerts
  • trade shows and exhibitions

Bonus Arena: The Bonus Arena is a state-of-the-art, music and events complex with a capacity of up to 3,500 people enabling large corporate conferences, exhibitions and  trade tours as well as major touring concerts, stand-up comedy, family  shows and sporting events.

Hull City Hall & New Theatre: Two long established venues offering a variety of shows from plays, musicals, and ballet, to nights with famous sports people and explorers.

Comedy Lounge: The Comedy Lounge is Hull's only dedicated comedy club. It has a fully stocked bar and serves delicious bar meals. It is family  owned by Paul and Beverley Hazell and is currently open 4 nights a week.  They have a weekly quiz on a Wednesday and a new material night on  Thursday. Friday and Saturdays sees 4 great comedians take to the stage  each night.

Restaurants / Pubs: Dozens of eateries of every ethnic taste together with lots of public houses all within walking distance.

More information on Hull and the local area can be found through the following sites:
'Hull Box Office' Check out shows, what Hull Box Office has to offer and keep up-to-date on all promoters and brands events, gigs and artists.
'Visit Hull and East Yorkshire' The official tourism website for Hull & East Yorkshire.
'What's on Hub' The easy way to see what’s on in Hull & East Yorkshire.
'Visit Hull - What's on' It's all going on in Hull: Theatre, Dance, Music, Film, Art - You name it, We've got it.
'Tripadvisor' After a stint as the UK City of Culture in 2017, the port city of  Kingston-upon-Hull has stepped into the limelight as one of the cultural  hubs of the north, crammed with museums, architectural landmarks, and  maritime attractions

Curious about Hull offers self guided walks around Hull city centre for the curious.

Local public transport information can be found here:
'East Yorkshire Motor Services' East Yorkshire runs buses and coaches throughout Hull and East  Yorkshire.
'Stagecoach' Bus services for Hull and local destinations including Humberside Airport.
Hull Paragon Station is the destination for trains arriving / leaving the city.

Local taxis can be arranged by calling 01482 325325

You can check prices* and availability / make a booking by clicking the Book Now image  -  no payment necessary.

*Prices will vary due to special offers and if you call us direct (01482 341977) we can offer 10% off any on-line prices. Subject to terms & conditions.
Earlsmere Guesthouse
EARLSMERE Guesthouse Facilities
  • En-suite facilities available
  • Free Wi-Fi access
  • Ground floor rooms available
  • Tea & Coffee making facilities in all rooms
  • TV in all rooms
  • Hairdryer in all en-suite rooms
  • Ironing / drying facilities
  • Dining area available for own food
  • Microwave and fridge available
  • Non-smoking building
  • Designated outdoor sheltered area for smokers
  • Children welcome
  • Pets welcome (by arrangement)
  • Debit / Credit cards accepted (check if charges apply)
  • Dry, secure cycle storage
  • Free parking permit (returnable deposit)
  • Fluent Thai spoken
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