Premier Inn Hull - North

Kingswood Park, Ennerdale (formerly known as "Travel Inn"), Kingston-upon-Hull, HU7 4HS, United King
Premier Inn Hull North
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  • Solo75
  • Business81

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Travel Tips for Kingston upon Hull

visit Spiders. I have been to...

by PurpleKaty

visit Spiders. I have been to so many cities in England and lived in quite a few but i have never come across a club quite like Spiders before - it has to be experienced to be believed - you will either love it or hate it. What i miss from Hull is the wonderful people. I lived there for only a couple of years but have made the best friends anyone could ever want.

Chip Shops

by northeast80

Chip shops in Hull seem have some quirks you don't find out of Yorkshire.

Scraps- for those who can't afford to buy chips you ask for scraps which is all the left over fried bits of batter. Don't be surprised if you're asked 'D yeh wan eni scraps wie dat?' (Would you like any scraps with that?)

American Chip Shop Spice - I've not seen this marvel out of East Yorkshire. I think it's a mixture of celery salt, paprika and powdered onion, well that's what it tastes like to me. American Chip Shop Spice

Cod - not very popular, as most fishing towns know, cod is a dirty fish so we all eat Haddock instead. Cod is a bottom feeder, quite often to be found close to sewage outlets. Plus that fact that they are becoming an environmentally unstable source.

Patties - these are mashed potato with herbs and spices, dipped in bread crumbs and fried. I've asked for them in other cities and get something completely different.

Wrapped in Newspaper - there is one company that still wraps in newspaper, but I can't tell you here as it's some EU law that it's now illegal, I don't want the place fined! Most other places will just wrap in newsprint (the same paper type but blank) Also at Hull fair you can usually get it in Newspaper, it's not Hull fair if the vinegar and the steam doesn't leave you're hands black with the print.

They're always busier on a Friday, all those Catholics in Hull who don't believe in eating meat on a Friday will frequent a chippy.

Princes Avenue / Newland Avenue

by Britannia2

Take a number 5 bus from the centre to Princes Avenue - about 10 minutes - this is a trendy area for coffee shops and interesting shops such as ethnic grocers, antique shops, book shops and some good pubs.
Continue up Princes Avenue and bear left after Pearson Park in to Newland Avenue for more interesting shops, pubs and coffee shops.
If you are coming to Hull University this area is the hub of student life.

Spurn Point

by Britannia2

Spurn Point is a unique spit of land that juts out in to the Humber Estuary - the North Sea on one side and the River Humber on the other. There is a small hamlet here formed of England's only permanent life boat personal and their families.
A great place for a walk on the beach and watching the many ships that enter and leave the Humber ports everyday.

Park and ride

by Britannia2

Hull has two park and ride services - the 700 from Walton Street and the 701 from Priory Park.
The 701 is the better service for out of town people and the 700 good for locals.
On the eastbound A63 look out for the Priory Park park and ride sides and its on the left after passing under the Humber Bridge and the park and ride is opposite Sainsburys. The parking is good and safe with a waiting room and toilets - there are always staff on hand to help and watch cars. Walton Street is Hulls fair ground and rather rough for walking on the stony ground. I would use the 701 for the best service and a very quick ride in to Hull.

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Address: Kingswood Park, Ennerdale (formerly known as "Travel Inn"), Kingston-upon-Hull, HU7 4HS, United King