Dinner Bed and Breakfast in Hull

It's nice to celebrate a wedding anniversary, birthday or other special occasion and one of the best ways is with a two night dinner, bed and breakfast break.

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Dinner, Bed and Breakfast


A couple of nights spent in a cosy b and b or a luxury hotel is a chance to get away from the everyday routine for a couple of days, and let someone else do the cooking, cleaning and washing up. A two night break shows that special someone that you care for them and it's just long enough to allow you to enjoy a break, but without taking time off work. A weekend break in a hotel or bed and breakfast is typically excellent value too; it's nearly always less expensive to book the break as a package rather than booking accommodation and meals separately. And many hotels that offer a two night break go out of their way to make the occasion special, with extras such as room service, an upgraded room, flowers or chocolates, a bottle of champagne.


A Weekend In Hull


If you are looking for a nice bed and breakfast hull may not be your first choice of location, but this city offers plenty to do. Hull was UK City of Culture in 2017, and has undergone a transformation in recent years, with new restaurants, hotels and museums and entire neighbourhoods being transformed into inviting areas to visit. Hull's history has always been closely linked to the sea, and several excellent museums focus on this link. The Deep is one of the best aquariums in Europe, with thousands of species of fish and marine life, while a former deep sea fishing boat, the Arctic Corsair, is a museum dedicated to the history of deep sea fishing. Hull is home to several theatres and performing arts venues, and the Hull Philharmonic Orchestra performs regularly at City Hall.


Day Trips


A short distance from Hull is the attractive market town of Beverley, with its shops, cafes and 18th century Gothic Minster, or cathedral. Hull is close to some dramatic coastal scenery, and the chalk cliffs at Bempton are popular with bird watchers, while the windmill at Skidby is the last remaining working windmill in the county, and is home to a small museum. And two popular destinations for day trips from Hull are the seaside resort of Bridlington, and the ancient city of York, one of the UK's most popular places to visit.