Apartment 2@109 Hull
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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Relax, unwind, indulge.
5 Star Gold Award Apartment.
Ideally situated for exploring all this inspiring city has to offer, 2at109 is close to shopping, the KC Stadium, University and ferries, as well as museums, galleries and award-winning submarium the Deep.
The Avenues conservation area, with its splendid Victorian architecture, is a mere stone's throw from the vibrant local nightlife, with restaurants, café-bars and pubs a short walk from the door.
The apartment is luxuriously appointed, bright and spacious. Every care has been taken to ensure your comfort and convenience as you explore the city and the region beyond.
•King-size mahogany four-poster bed
•Egyptian cotton bed linen & towels
•Jacuzzi whirlpool bath
•Fully equipped kitchen, linen provided
•Washing, drying & ironing facilities
•Private garden with patio furniture
•Wi-Fi, LCD TVs & blu-ray players
•Radio/iPod dock & radio alarm clock
•Central heating & electricity included
•No smoking inside the apartment
The generous accommodation has been renovated and decorated with meticulous attention to detail. We think you'll agree that the fusion of contemporary style with period features perfectly complements the apartment's grand Victorian heritage, while seamlessly incorporating all that's expected of a modern pied a terre.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||300 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Humberside Airport, Leeds Airport, Manchester Airp, Nearest railway: Hull Interchange Paragon Station 2.9 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
About this location
The Yorkshire region
You'll be surprised by Kingston-upon-Hull, City of Culture 2017. Yorkshire's best-kept secret. Steeped in history, yet very much a bustling modern city, it “just might be England's nicest”, says Time Out.
With a vibrant cultural scene, lashings of fine restaurants, oodles of cafes and bars and bagfuls of contemporary shopping, this a city crammed with style and panache. Renowned for its friendliness and hospitality, you can tell it's something special the moment you feel its big-city buzz.
There's something for everyone here: eight fantastic free museums, including the Ferens Art Gallery - one of the UK's finest - and Wilberforce House, birthplace of anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce; three theatres, including the nationally recognised Hull Truck; and the world's only submarium The Deep, with its astonishing underwater lift and breathtaking views of stingray, turtles, sawfish and sharks.
The Old Town offers a glimpse of life in Hull's Georgian heyday, with its narrow cobbled streets, hidden staiths (alleyways) and evocative street names. This is where you'll find the mysterious Land of Green Ginger.
Over in the New Town, there's shopping to drop for, with the recently developed “all-weather high street” St Stephen's vying with the Prospect Centre and the spectacularly sited Princes Quay.
Hull has it all – come and see for yourself!
A great base for exploring the historic city of Hull, its beautiful surrounding countryside and the stunning East Yorkshire coast.
Close to the city centre, yet a mere stone's throw from the vibrant nightspots along Princes and Newland Avenues, the Avenues are ideally located for discovering all this exciting corner of England has to offer.
From here, you can walk to the world-class University, museums, theatres and Ferens Art Gallery, as well as the first-class sporting facilities of the KC Stadium and the many shopping opportunities this great Yorkshire city offers.
The conservation area, with its long, tree-lined Victorian boulevards, dates back to 1875, and boasts an astonishing variety of classic Victorian and Edwardian architecture, of which 109 Westbourne is a fine early example.
It's a fascinating mix, and the long gardens bestowed on the houses have created a verdant haven for urban wildlife including squirrels, foxes, hedgehogs, woodpeckers and even a pair of falcons, according to local lore.
If you're staying in July, take advantage of the opportunity to visit one of the largest urban open-garden events in the UK, as more than 50 local gardens go on display to help raise funds for charity. With pop-up cafes, entertainment ranging from street theatre to live music, and even a small-gauge railway, these are always thoroughly enjoyable weekends.
Notable houses in the Avenues include a group of eight Queen Anne-style buildings by renowned architect George Gilbert Scott Junior, while among the area's many well-known former residents are Amy Johnson, Dorothy L Sayers, Ian Carmichael and Anthony Minghella. The poet Philip Larkin famously lived in nearby Pearson Park.
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21 Jun 2014
"Fantastic self catering apartment in a conservation area - ideal for business or for exploring west and east Yorkshire"
I have recently enjoyed a second week at 2 @ 109 Hull having stayed there in May 2014. I'm already looking ot return in July. I booked the apartment as an alternative to a soul-less chain hotel. … More