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Barton Upon Humber

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County - Lincolnshire | Map
Tel code: 01652 | code search
Postcode: DN18 | code search
Population: 9300
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Birthplace of:
Benjamin Huntsman
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Folk Customs:
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Old Mill
"The historical building is well maintained and has a number of interesting features, sadly the food does not have the same. Had to wait 45 minutes for our cooked meal. When ..." More

Reeds Country Hotel
"An excellent venue which serves excellent food, even the vegetarian options are tasty something which many restaurants even so called top ones often struggle with. As for the setting ..." More

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Barton Upon Humber is a small historic town on the southern bank of the river with the majestic Humber Bridge. The town reaches back into history with itís red brick buildings and itís Medieval legacy of Merchants houses. The abundance of wildlife and daily bustle of river life can be enjoyed and explored further at the Visitors Centre with many interactive displays and activities and childrenís play areas. The churches of St Peter and St Mary sit close to each other although 11th Century St Peters no longer holds services , St Maryís church has a very ornate door and attractive bell tower. Or if the thought of Georgian and Victorian rooms, impressive work shops of a shoemaker and stone mason, together with a skeleton of an Anglo Saxon Warrior intrigues then why not visit Baysgarth House set in 30 acres. Or how about 12th Century Thornton Abbey, add the stunning Gatehouse and follow in the footsteps of Henry V111, or if thatís not enough perhaps a guinea pig village, adventure playground and somewhere to feed the fish, this can be had if you visit Elsham Hall. Barton Upon Humber has a pocket full of promises waiting to be kept.

Attraction

Barton Clay Pits Visitor Centre
Baysgarth House Museum
Far Ings National Nature Reserve
Water's Edge Country Park

Caravan Park

Silver Birches Caravan Park

Care Home

Beech House Care Home

Cottage

Coastguard Cottage
Welcome Cottages

Estate Agent

A N Estates
Bell Watson
Halifax Property Services

Pub and Bar

Bluebell
Old Mill
Reeds Country Hotel
Sloop Inn

Self-Catering

MJB Cottages

Taxi

Bar-One
Barton TT Taxis
Call A Car
Fleet Cars Taxis
Parkdale Taxis

Vet

Barton Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Barton Wheelers CC (Cycling)

Activities

Barton Wheelers CC(Cycling)
Pasture House Fisheries(Fishing)

Places to Stay near Barton Upon Humber

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MJB Abbotts Retreat (0.19 miles)

MJB Abbotts Retreat
Barton upon Humber is a town of over 10,000 population situated on the south bank of the River Humber. The town has a long history which can be traced back well before the 10th century ... More | visit website
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MJB Cottages (0.32 miles)

MJB Cottages
White Cross Street is a 1 bed cottage with double bed, bathroom with shower, lounge and kitchen. All fully furnished. With it's own private courtyard. Just a short trip away from Hull's shopping centre and the ... More | visit website
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Reeds Country Hotel (1.30 miles)

Reeds Country Hotel

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Best Western Reeds Hotel is situated in exquisite surroundings in the heart of North Lincolnshire. An exclusive yet competitive three star hotel enjoying a truly idyllic setting of ... More

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Country Park Inn and Lodge (2.12 miles)

Country Park Inn and Lodge

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Set within the grounds of the Country Park Inn, the lodge provides 8 tastefully decorated guestrooms within the tranquil surroundings of the River Humber, in Hessle, on the outskirts of Hull.

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The Haven Inn (2.17 miles)

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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Redcliffe House (2.19 miles)

Redcliffe House

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A warm welcome awaits you at our lovely Edwardian family home. This elegant and comfortably luxurious guest house has recently been extended and refurbished to a very high standard. It ... More

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Premier Inn Hull West (2.67 miles)

An ideal location surrounded by gardens, adjacent to Humber Bridge country park. For shops and local amenities Hull city centre is 5-minutes away. Within easy reach of the M62/A63, 10 miles from Humberside International Airport ... More | visit website
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Monks Rest (2.71 miles)

Monks Rest

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North Lincolnshire is an area of rural tranquility and remarkable natural beauty, where the rolling chalk of the Lincolnshire Wolds meets the lush Ancholme.This is great walking country, with something ... More

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Hallmark Hotel (2.78 miles)

Hallmark Hotel

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Hallmark Hull has panoramic views overlooking the Humber Bridge and is only 7 miles from Hull city centre and KC stadium. The hotel is ideal for business or leisure. Over ... More

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Village Hotel & Leisure Club Hull (3.02 miles)

Village Hotel & Leisure Club Hull

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Village offers a warm, friendly environment with a real sense of community. The popularity of our hotels is the result of the seamless way that we provide you with everything ... More

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