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The Bowmans Hotel, Howden

The Bowmans Hotel
Situated in the Historical market town of Howden. With easy access to surrounding areas including York, Hull, Doncaster, Selby, Goole and Beverley. You can find us off the Junction 37 ... More Prices from 60.00

The Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast, GOOLE

The Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast
The Farmhouse, Bridge Farm, is a large modern homely bed and breakfast in the small East Yorkshire village of Rawcliffe Bridge near Goole and Thorne. We are situated close to ... More Prices from 60.00

The Bay Horse, Goole

The Bay Horse
The recently fully refurbished Bay Horse Accommodation is in the heart of the rural countryside of East Yorkshire. Only a few miles away are the towns of Thorne, Goole and ... More Prices from 46.95

Punchbowl Inn, Doncaster

Punchbowl Inn
Family run, The Punchbowl Inn is the main guest accommodation in Thorne. Originally built as the home of a mine deputy, The Punchbowl Inn has undergone an extensive and sympathetic ... More Prices from 69.50

The Fair Green Hotel, Doncaster

The Fair Green Hotel
The Fair Green Hotel is located in the market town of Thorne just a 20 minutes drive from Doncaster and 5 minutes from the M18 motorway. There are 8 en-suite ... More Prices from 55.00

The Wishing Well, Selby

The Wishing Well
Modern 40 bedroomed hotel with onsite bar & family restaurant. Ample free car parking. NOW OPEN ... More Prices from 60.00

Londesborough Hotel, SELBY

Londesborough Hotel
The Londesborough Hotel is superbly situated in the centre of the market town of Selby. perfrct for business or pleasure; for trips into the Vale of York, the City of ... More Prices from 50.00

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