Hull City Centre has seen a huge surge in quality accommodation over recent years, with historic buildings converted into stylish apartments and new homes created as part of exciting urban developments. Whether you’re looking for a place that’s the perfect size for single living, a modern couple or a growing family, we’ll match you with your dream property.
The majority of people who live in Hull City Centre are young professionals who enjoy being close to both their workplace and their favourite hangouts. However, with large apartments and houses available too, the centre is also home to its fair share of students and families.
When you need to travel elsewhere, you have trains, buses and taxis available at Paragon Interchange. Hull Trains run daily services that take you straight to London King’s Cross, whilst Stagecoach and East Yorkshire buses travel around the city and to nearby tourist destinations such as York, Bridlington and Scarborough.
Living in Hull City Centre means that you’re never more than a stone’s throw from what’s going on. It’s equally convenient for when you want to pick up some groceries, enjoy a little retail therapy, eat out or grab a pint, visit a cultural attraction or attend a festival. What’s more, you can always find the perfect setting for when you fancy getting some fresh air amongst picturesque surroundings.
If you like keeping busy and broadening your horizons, you’ll be spoilt for choice living in Hull City Centre. We recommend exploring the cobbled streets of the Old Town, making sure to visit its many free museums and perhaps taking part in a guided walk.
Hull Minster is a breath-taking venue that contains over 700 years of history and often hosts events such as gigs and craft fairs. Next door is Trinity Market, which contains numerous small traders serving up world cuisine and selling everything from bath bombs to vintage vinyl. Walk across the brand new Murdoch’s Connection footbridge and you’ll instantly see the many yachts of Hull Marina, which leads to the Fruit Market with its many independent shops and eateries.
There are pubs, bars, restaurants and coffee shops galore dotted throughout Hull City Centre. The mix is eclectic, ranging from the truly historic, such as Ye Olde White Harte with its human skull behind the bar and connections to the English Civil War, to the cosmopolitan vibes of The Brain Jar, which serves some of Hull’s best pizzas and jaw-dropping cocktails.
Make sure to look up when visiting The Lion & Key to admire the thousands of beer mats that adorn its ceiling. Pop further down the High Street to have one in The Sailmakers and be greeted by Toby, the resident Labrador. Enjoy views of the Princes Quay fountains whilst sampling a range of guest beers at Furley & Co, then head to Hop & Vine to squeeze into the UK’s smallest beer garden.
Whether you’re in the mood for real ale, craft beer, locally produced gin, a quality vino or a headache-free mocktail, Hull City Centre is the perfect place to raise a glass.