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North Ferriby


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Tel code: 01482 | code search
Postcode: HU14 | code search
Population: 3800
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Hallmark Hotel
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The substantial village of North Ferriby, with a population of 3,819 as at the 2001 census, sits on the north bank of the Humber about seven miles to the west of Hull. These days it is a pleasant dormitory village for people working in Hull, and because of the excellent links to the M62 and the railway network (with its own station on the lines between Hull and both York and Sheffield) for those employed much further away than that. The name Ferriby is of Danish origin, denoting a settlement with a ferry, in this case linking the village with its partial namesake South Ferriby on the other side of the Humber. But the placeís links with boats go back far earlier than the Norse incomers of the late 9th century. In 1937 local archaeologists found the remains of a Bronze Age boat, and further boat finds were turned up on subsequent occasions. The Ferriby boats have been carbon dated to around 2000BC, making them the oldest boats yet discovered in Europe. And these were not small craft, albeit they were of a shallow draft, but lengthy vessels to be powered by perhaps ten or a dozen crewmen. The Humber Bridge, just a short and scenic walk along the banks of the Humber, has removed the need for a ferry, but the sight of that magnificent structure should be reward for its loss. There are good facilities in the village, in what is a prosperous area: various shops, the parish church of All Saintsí; a school; and two pubs, the Swan Cygnet and Duke of Cumberland. The most famous building there though was the Priory built in the village by the Knights Templar at the end of the 12th century, said to have been a magnificent structure. The priory fell into disuse after Henry VIIIís dissolution of the monastic orders and seizure of their property.


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Hallmark Hotel (1.40 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 (1.86 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
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Green Dragon (1.90 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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Country Park Inn and Lodge (2.58 miles)

Country Park Inn and Lodge

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Set within the grounds of the Country Park Inn, the lodge provides 8 tastefully decorated guestrooms within the tranquil surroundings of the River Humber, in Hessle, on the outskirts of Hull.

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Reeds Country Hotel (2.58 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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Redcliffe House (2.58 miles)

Redcliffe House

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A warm welcome awaits you at our lovely Edwardian family home. This elegant and comfortably luxurious guest house has recently been extended and refurbished to a very high standard. It ... More

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Willerby Manor Hotel (3.54 miles)

Willerby Manor Hotel

Set within 3 acres of attractive landscaped gardens, only 4 miles from the vibrant city of Hull, you can enjoy a stay at one of the highest rated AA hotels in the area.
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Village Hotel & Leisure Club Hull (3.90 miles)

Village Hotel & Leisure Club Hull

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Village offers a warm, friendly environment with a real sense of community. The popularity of our hotels is the result of the seamless way that we provide you with everything ... More

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MJB Abbotts Retreat (3.94 miles)

MJB Abbotts Retreat
Barton upon Humber is a town of over 10,000 population situated on the south bank of the River Humber. The town has a long history which can be traced back well before the 10th century ... More | visit website
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Rowley Manor Hotel (4.00 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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