NUMBER ONE - 1 WOODLANDS BEVERLEY HU17 8BT
Distance: 0.8 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £69.0 | Customer rating: 6\6Check prices and availability
A warm welcome awaits you in this interesting family house, situated in a conservation area just a few moments from Beverley's charming historic market town centre. We offer delicious home cooking and our guests are welcome to bring their own wine. Guests can enjoy breakfast and dinner in our library / dining room and relax or watch television in our comfortable sitting room. The house is full of character with interesting decor, many pictures, books, log fires and a lovely garden. Our 3 guest rooms have central heating, tea and coffee making facilities and wash hand basins. One room is ensuite. We can offer a combination of single, twin and double rooms. We have some off street parking. We have a 3 Star Rating with enjoy England.com and were finalists in the Real Yorkshire Tourism Awards 'Real Yorkshire Breakfast'. We have a Breakfast Award with enjoy England.com (see menu on the Gallery page). There are three cycles plus crash helmets for hire. By prior arrangement we can accept check-in outside the stated hours. Dinner £17 per person (all diets catered for) Light suppers and packed lunches available Homemade jams and marmalades for sale BEVERLEY is the capital of the East Riding of Yorkshire. There are many fine buildings in the town which is dominated by the magnificent Minster and St Mary's Church, both of which date back to medieval times as does the Friary. Other attractions include Beverley Treasure House, Art Gallery and Museum as well as the Beverley Racecourse. There are two trails to follow in the town, one following the Medieval Guilds and Crafts, the other celebrating the famous artist Fred Elwell and his wife Mary. Replicas of their beautiful paintings can be seen on buildings in the town by following the Fred and Mary trail. It is the general ambience of the town, however, which is the chief attraction. The Westwood affords a pleasant evening stroll and a fine view of the town. BEVERLEY is a centre from which many good places can be visited. In HULL you will find an excellent museum quarter which includes:- Ferens Art Gallery, the Town Dock Museum, the Streetlife Museum, the Hull and East Riding Museum, Wilberforce House, the Arctic Corsair, the Hull Maritime Museum, Maister House, Trinity House and The Deep, an icon of Hull, which is one of the largest aquariums in the world. In the surrounding area can be found The Humber Bridge, Burton Agnes Hall, Burton Constable Hall, Burnby Hall Gardens, Skidby Windmill, Sewerby Hall, Bridlington Harbour, Sledmere House, Bempton Cliffs (RSPB), Hornsea Mere, Hornsea Museum of Village Life, Castle Howard, York, Lincoln, Howden and the North Yorkshire Moors. It is a good centre for exploring The Wolds (so loved by David Hockney) either by walking The Wolds Way or by cycling through them on the Big Sky Bike Ride (circular day rides on quiet roads and country lanes).
Kings Head Hotel, Beverley - 37-38 Saturday Market Beverley HU17 9AH
Distance: 1.1 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £89.95 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Since our hotel refurbishment in late 2015, here at The King's Head we now have a range of room types available. We have 4 deluxe Doubles with King size beds, 4 x King Room doubles with Super king size beds, 1 x Superior double with freestanding "Roll Top Bath" in the bedroom and 1 x fabulous suite also with Freestanding Roll top bath. Prices start at £89.95 per night and include a complimentary home cooked breakfast. There is complimentary parking on site, and free WiFi throughout the building. We also offer our guests 20% off their food bill should they chose to dine with us during their stay. Our kitchen saw a fantastic refurbishment at the same time as our hotel, and the instillation of a Josper oven, allow us to deliver the best steaks in Beverley! Lets not forget the wood burning pizza oven either. We are situated in the heart of the historic Beverley town centre, with all the local amenities you can require during your time with us. The hotel itself is situated above our lively bar, with a resident DJ playing until 1am on Friday and Saturday nights. Should this be an issue for you, please call us in advance and we can arrange a quieter room for yourself, subject to availability.
The Tudor Rose Hotel & Restaurant - WEDNESDAY MARKET BEVERLEY HU170DG
Distance: 1.3 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £99.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
We would like to welcome you to the Tudor Rose Hotel. situated in the historic town of Beverley. The Tudor Rose is a 3 star hotel and Restaurant. The hotel is situated close to the Race Course, Beverley Minster, The Railway Station and Town Library, also with a market right on the doorstep you will not have difficulty deciding what to do. Easter, Christmas and New Year breaks are available. Parking permits are given out free to guests staying with us. The Hotel is a non-smoking environment
Minster Garth Guest House - 2 KELDGATE BEVERLEY HU17 8HY
Distance: 1.3 miles
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £89.00 | Customer rating: 3\6Check prices and availability
Lowest price in Beverley (equivalent money back guarantee) Please note our nearest competition charge £ 7.50 for parking and £ 7.99 for Breakfast. Beautiful Georgian Grade 2 listed building adjacent to Beverley Minster overlooking a lovely green pasture with rooms of generous and elegant proportions 2 minutes walk from the Town Centre and Train Station. Minster Garth Guest House features an assortment of beautifully furnished rooms with deluxe, en-suite and standard facilities. The available rooms include; Single En-suite, Double En-suite, Family En-suite and Twin En-suite. Each room is tastefully decorated to a very high standard. Free WI-FI in all rooms, price includes a free Residents Parking Permit. Due to various problems and poor reviews earlier in the year, Management and Control of Minster Garth has recently been taken over by Andrea, an experienced Manageress, who has employed new staff and has instigated a new regime of cleanliness and efficiency which includes a programme of replacement of all the linen and towels as well as general refurbishment, maintenance and redecoration. We are now confident that past problems are behind us and that we can offer guests the standards of service and efficiency they expect.
The Ferguson Fawsitt Arms - East End , Walkington HU17 8RX
Distance: 2.1 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £72.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Set in the picturesque village of Walkington we are just three miles from Beverley with its wonderful Minster traditional Market Square and shops. With Beverley racecourse just over one mile away, York and the East Coast towns of Hornsea, Bridlington and Scarborough nearby, there is plenty to see and do in the area. The Ferguson Fawsitt was named after two important local families. The original license at the Ferguson Fawsitt was granted in 1866 when J.D. Ferguson brother of the rector, married wealthy heiress Miss. Eliza Fawsitt. The original name of the pub was 'The Bay Horse' The pub itself, now fondly known locally as the Fergie, serves a varied menu all of which is homemade. From meat preparation to pastry, sauces to smoking fish, every element of every meal we make is made on site, including desserts and cakes. The only thing that isn't currently made onsite is the bread and we are proud to say that our sliced bread is from our sister company Jacksons – Jacksons Yorkshires Champion Bloomer. We cater very much for food allergies and intolerances. Many items on our menu are gluten free and much of it can be adapted to become gluten free at the customer’s request. We have vegetarian options but we also cater for vegans and will make every effort to ensure we cater for all needs. Within in the bar area is a traditional double sided log burner which offers a sense of warmth and comfort. There is a brighter lounge area and a recent addition of a modern coffee shop, serving coffee blended in Yorkshire especially for The Fergie – to accompany our homemade cakes and tray bakes. We also have a range of quality wines, a varying range of local real ales (part of the CAMRA LocAle scheme) and a choice of premium lagers. The 10 bedroom lodge is situated away from the main building giving peace and quiet in a contemporary but cosy environment.
Lazaat Hotel & Restaurant - Wood Hill Way Cottingham Hull HU16 5SX
Distance: 3.3 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £55.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Lazaat Hotel is based on the outskirts of Hull and East Yorkshire. Each of our 17 luxurious bedrooms in the hotel are spacious and individually designed. Each room has its own bathroom, with either a walk-in shower, bath tub or both. Each bedroom is complete with queen sized beds, plasma TVs, Tea & Coffee facilities and electronic safe. Lazaat Hotel also has a restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and a late bar available to residents. Lazaat also boasts two private function suites available for weddings, birthdays, conferencing etc. We have a small and professional team who are always willing to go that extra mile to ensure that your experience is enjoyable from the moment you book. We are proud to offer a personal touch and know many of our regular guests in our Hotel by name. We also boast 3 acres of gardens and 130 car parking spaces. There is no charge to park your car at Lazaat Hotel. We offer competitive and affordable rates whilst maintaining a high standard of accommodation and service.
Innkeeper's Lodge Hull, Willerby - Willerby Village Toby Carvery, Beverley Road, Willerby Hull HU10 6NT
Distance: 5.5 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £55.00 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
If you’re looking for quality budget accommodation in Hull, this smart, modern hotel is going to suit you down to the ground. You’ll find it in the village of Willerby, just five miles from the city and close to the M62 and Humber Bridge. The lodge has 32 comfy, modern rooms and is next door to a Toby Carvery, where you can tuck into freshly roasted joints, seasonal vegetables and great value pub-food. It’s an ideal base for business or pleasure, especially with Hull Arena, the KC stadium and Beverley Racecourse all on the doorstep. Hull combines a rich maritime heritage with some innovative modern attractions, such as The Deep: an underwater world of sharks, stingrays and other weird and wonderful sea creatures. Plus there’s shopping at Princes Quay, eight free museums to meander through, including the Ferens Art Gallery, as well as lots of boutiques and vintage arcades. Further afield you have the breathtaking East Yorkshire coastline, the Humber Bridge Country Park and the 79 miles-long Yorkshire Wolds Way.