Barrow Upon Humber

Barrow-upon-Humber actually stands a little back from that great river, four miles from the beautiful bridge crossing it to Hull. The village has a market square and some characterful old cottages, and the space between it and the Humber is filled with wildlife reserves... Read More

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The Haven Inn

The Haven Inn
Situated at Barrow Haven in the quiet North Lincolnshire countryside, the Haven Inn was built in 1730 as a Coaching Inn for travellers using the nearby ferry and has remained a place renowned for hospitality, ... More | visit website
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Thornton Hunt Inn

Thornton Hunt Inn
The Thornton Hunt Inn is a traditional Freehouse set in an attractive grade II listed building which dates back to around the Eighteenth Century. It has been said that King Henry the Eighth stayed on ... More | visit website

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