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Postcode: HU15 | code search
Population: 7000
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Situated on the north bank of the River Humber, the small town of Brough (its population is in the region of 7,000) is these days best known for its BAe factory and airfield, where planes like the Harrier jump jet have been made over the years. The plant was built at Brough because the nearby river allowed seaplanes to take off and land there. The town’s history goes back a lot further than 1916 though, with Bronze Age finds showing it has been settled for thousands of years. The Celtic tribe the Parisi lived in the area before the Roman invasion, their capital which later had the Latin name Petuaria occupying the same position as present day Brough. The Romans who arrived in about 70AD used the town as a fortress and a river port, and they built roads from the place to York and present-day Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Silting of the river nearby and economic decline meant that the town lost importance, but the aircraft plant in the last century revived its fortunes, though it already had some claims to prosperity, at least by association, with one of Britain’s oldest yacht clubs, The Humber Yawl club, having a base there since the late 19th century, a base with clubhouse and launching facilities that is still around today. Perhaps the greatest claim-to-fame of Brough, and one of which it is proud, is that Dick Turpin, highwayman, murderer and all round bad egg, hid out in the town under an assumed name (and not a very imaginative one either – he used his mother’s maiden name of Palmer) for a couple of years when things had got too hot for him in the South. On the surface he was a respectable livestock dealer, but of course tempted to save costs by stealing his stock. Turpin gave himself away when he drunkenly shot a prize cockerel in 1739, thereby drawing a modicum of attention on himself. Modern Brough is a sought-after dormitory town, with good rail links to Hull, Doncaster, and York and further afield to London, and of course it is only a short drive along the A63 to reach the end and beginning of the M62 at junction 38.


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Green Dragon (0.97 miles)

Green Dragon

This 17th Century coaching inn, situated in the picturesque village of Welton, just 5 miles from the attractions of Hull, is the ideal location if you are ever thinking of stopping over when visiting Hull, ... More | visit website

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Cave Castle (1.77 miles)

Cave Castle

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Cave Castle’s unique atmosphere can be felt as soon as you embark upon its imposing, wooded drive. An elegant manor house, retaining stunning original details such as turrets and stone ... More

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Fox and Coney Inn (2.40 miles)

Fox and Coney Inn

The Fox and Coney, originally a coaching inn, built in 1759, is set in the idyllic village of South Cave. With 12 bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, it is the ideal place to relax after ... More | visit website

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Rowley Manor Hotel (3.45 miles)

Rowley Manor Hotel
Rowley Manor is a fine English Georgian House, set in 34 acres of lawns, rose gardens and parkland. It is ideal for either a business meeting or conference, or a relaxing stay in an informal ... More | visit website
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Winteringham Fields (3.81 miles)

Winteringham Fields
The existing house dates from the 16th century and all of the rooms are named after former owners, residents or local dignitaries. The old beams, the sloping floors and sunny rooms speak of many centuries ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Hull South Cave (4.13 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Rudstone Walk Country Accommodation (4.13 miles)

Rudstone Walk Country Accommodation
Set in it's own 80 acres on the very edge of the Yorkshire Wolds surrounded by green field and lawns Rudstone Walk has a wonderful location enjoying spectacular views across the Humber Estuary, Vale of ... More | visit website
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Hallmark Hotel (4.22 miles)

Hallmark Hotel

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Hallmark Hull has panoramic views overlooking the Humber Bridge and is only 7 miles from Hull city centre and KC stadium. The hotel is ideal for business or leisure. Over ... More

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Premier Inn Hull West (4.65 miles)

An ideal location surrounded by gardens, adjacent to Humber Bridge country park. For shops and local amenities Hull city centre is 5-minutes away. Within easy reach of the M62/A63, 10 miles from Humberside International Airport ... More | visit website

Reeds Country Hotel (5.21 miles)

Reeds Country Hotel

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Best Western Reeds Hotel is situated in exquisite surroundings in the heart of North Lincolnshire. An exclusive yet competitive three star hotel enjoying a truly idyllic setting of ... More

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