Featured Destination

October 2017: Starry Starry Night, Look You – Dark Skies Tourism

What do the Brecon Beacons, NambiRand Reserve in Namibia, Mont Megantic in Quebec, and Aoraki Mackenzie in New Zealand have in common? At first glance ...More
More Uk destinations

Inns in Barrow upon Humber

Thornton Hunt Inn
17 Main Street
Thornton Curtis
Ulceby

Barrow upon Humber
Lincolnshire

DN39 6XW | View map
email
Website
Click for phone

Write a review
update this listing
Book Now

The Thornton Hunt Inn is a traditional Freehouse set in an attractive grade II listed building which dates back to around the Eighteenth Century. It has been said that King Henry the Eighth stayed on this site while visiting Thornton Abbey.

The Inn is situated in the quaint village of Thornton Curtis on the A1077, approximately 5 miles from Barton-upon-Humber (and the Humber Bridge), 1.5 miles from Barrow-upon-Humber, 4 miles south of New Holland, 18 miles from Scunthorpe and 19 miles from Grimsby, and lies in the heart of the glorious North Lincolnshire countryside.

We have extended our grade II listed building to encompass a number of single, double, twin and family bedrooms. We have attained a “VisitEngland” grading of “Four Stars – Inn”. Our accommodation area has its own entrance which is controlled by a numbered combination lock and allows guests to come and go as they please. Free wireless (Wi Fi) internet access is available in all bedrooms. All our rooms go through a regular redecoration process to maintain standards. They all have central heating for the winter months and all bathrooms have heated towel rails (for further room information please visit our web site). We are a non-smoking establishing and this includes all our bedrooms.

Our extensive bar menu is mainly homemade encompassing local produce where possible. We have a varied selection of starters, main courses (roast's available Sunday's), steaks, salads, omelettes, baguettes and wonderful home-made desserts. Full menu details are available on our web site. We also offer an excellent children's menu, as children are always most welcome. We offer a wide selection of bitters/local real ale, lagers, stout, cider, wines, spirits, soft drinks and children's drinks.

In our garden the children's fun trail challenges the kids to complete a climbing frame type course without touching the floor. The area is securely fenced off from the road and the car park area but parents are asked to supervise their children whilst on the fun trail.

If you are visiting the area on business or pleasure, working at the oil refinery at Killingholme, the ports at Immingham or Humberside Airport or simply enjoying many of our attractions in North Lincolnshire we can provide en-suite accommodation at competitive prices.

This page viewed on 1,684 occasions since 23rd February 2012

Brit Quote:
Looking back at all the people I have insulted, I am mildly surprised that I am still allowed to exist. - Auberon Waugh
More Quotes

On this day:
Great London Tornado - 1091, Battle of Fornham - 1173, Battle of Neville Cross - 1346, Regicides Executed - 1660, London Beer Flood - 1814, 1st Professional Golf Tournament - 1860, First Motoring Offences in Britain - 1895, First Full-Scale British Air-raid - 1917, World’s First Fully Commercial Nuclear Power Plant Opened - 1956, Hatfield Rail Crash - 2000
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages