Our Edwardian home is full of warmth & character. We are close to shops public transport eating places the uni but the avenues area has a relaxed village feel and is a great place to stay. We have a shared bathroom with a shower and a bath which is used by ourselves and other guests. Cyclists may use our shed to safely store their cycles. Our south facing garden has a sunny seating area and a bbq available for guests. Pianists bring your music. Parking is available directly outside the house.
“A massive thank you to our very kind and generous host, Ruth, who went above and beyond, allowing us to stay with her just before the government lock down. This enabled us to bring an elderly and vulnerable relative back home with us to Scotland. We wish Ruth and her family all the very best and hope to stay with her again later in the year, once things have improved for us all.”
Lovely bed sitting room in a large, spacious and characterful flat in a Victorian house comprising single bed, settee, table and chairs, work desk, wardrode and chest of drawers. The room is adjacent to the bathroooom. Situated in the cosmoploitan Spring Bank area within walking distance of the city centre, and the bars and restaurants of Princes and Newland Avenue.. On a main bus route to the city centre and the university.
“A cosy warm attic room, with a lounge area, this feels like being a student again in a share house. It's a multicultural area, very close to the city centre, so ideal for getting to the transport interchange or getting food in the evening. Andrew offers his kitchen too, so if you were staying a few days, you could self cater without feeling you were imposing. He is very sociable and makes you feel at home. One thing to note is the wooden floors mean sound does travel upstairs to the attic, so you can hear doors closing etc so if you are a light sleeper, take ear plugs. Exceptionally good value for money, this is what AirBnB should be.... an invitation into a welcoming home, with a kind, friendly, easy going host.”
Set directly opposite Pearson Park in the tree lined avenues which form the heart of Hull's restaurant area, Number Seven offers comfort, flexibility, a sprinkling of design flair and an incredibly quiet nights rest being hidden away from the madding crowd with access via a private road. Covid-19 - Please follow the Government advice. If you have essential travel then we have moved to a strict no contact self check in & improved our already immaculate cleaning. Stay safe, travel safe.
“A lovely little space for a stay in Hull. Within walking distance of a cluster of bars and restaurants The apartment was very well equipped with some lovely little treats from Jon for breakfast. Highly recommended.”