Hull Trinity Backpackers, 51/52 Market Place Kingston Upon Hull HU1 1RQ
Call Glenn Gavin on 07853 000474 or 01482 223229
OverviewLocated in the heart of Hull, 2017's European City of Culture, Hull Trinity Backpackers welcomes all visitors to this up and coming city. This Georgian building has been refurbished over time to provide accommodation for the individual traveller, small groups and families. Choose from multiple occupancy rooms as well as a single and twin rooms. Room 5 sleeps 4 and has en-suite facilities. Perfect if you are bringing the family to some of Hull's attractions such as The Deep (just a 7 minute walk away), and free Old Town museums and galleries. A kitchenette provides options for self catering and there is a friendly coffee area in the common room which is also open to the public- so a great place to hang out and meet the locals! Trinity Market and it's street foods right next door. With easy access to the pubs and nightlife of Hull's Old Town this is the perfect base for visitors to Hull. Glenn and his team are knowledgeable about the area so do not hesitate to ask for advice, Also keen to attract cyclists and walkers on the Trans Pennine Trail and Route 1. Bird watchers have the choice of Spurn Point or Bempton - both within an hour, Cycle storage is available as well as clothes washing facilities for a small charge. Limited bike hire available with his and her's hybrid bikes and city easy riders - perfect for getting around the flat lands of Hull.
Beds & Rooms:24: 1x6, 2x4, 1x4 en suite, 3 x single/twin. Flexibility for groups.
Open:All year (not Xmas & New Year). 3-10pm check in, flexible with notice.
Price per night:£19pp (dorm), £30pp (single). £39 (twin). Longer stay flexibility.
Booking:Please book online or by phone or email.
Directions:From station. Cross Ferensway, heading along Jameson Street, King Edward Street and through Queen Victoria Square. Head left along Whitefriargiate, Silver Street, turning right along Market Place. HTB is the building sandwiched between Trinity Indoor Market and the Corn Exchange pub. If in doubt, head for Holy Trinity Minster, the hostel is a few yards away.
Public Transport:Hull interchange is about 10 minutes walk away for train, coach and bus users. Several services pass close by: especially for those heading for the East Coast, universities and ferry terminals to Belgium and the Netherlands. Humberside Airport 20 miles, Doncaster Sheffield Airport 48 miles.
Walks:Long Distance Walks Land's End to John O Groats on foot LEJOG Land's End to John O'Groats by bike
By the Sea Accommodation for Cyclists Urban Hostels Available to Individuals IHUK Signage
This accommodation is available at the following peak timesAvailable Spring Bank Holiday or Whitson Half Term 2021 Available August Bank Holiday 2021 Available Autumn Half Term 2021
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Hull Trinity is Back!
May 11th 2021
We know you’ve missed being able to get away, even just for a weekend. Worry no more as we’re back from the 17th of May and can’t wait to see you again.
Our central location makes it easy to enjoy our 2017 city of culture. There’s no end of good food and places to drink around town. Individual travellers will be glad to know that we’re more than happy to take them. We make a great base for a weekend trip of spotting street art and taking in this historic town. The 17th of may is just round the corner and we can’t wait to see you then.
City breaks are back!
May 10th 2021
It’s been a long time coming but from the 17th of May Hull Trinity Backpackers will be ready to welcome you back.
Getting away for a weekend has surely been missed these past few months. Making it all the sweeter knowing that next week you’ll be able to dive head first back into it. Make up for the lost days and explore the former city of culture, Hull. Whether its perusing the streets for striking street art or rifling through the boujee charity shops you’ll not be short of places to go and things to see. Hull Trinity Backpackers is ideal, with a central location and plenty of private rooms on offer all you’ve got to do is plan what you’ll get up to while you’re there.
City break for two…
February 10th 2021
Hull Trinity Backpackers will be ready as soon as restrictions are lifted. Why not plan a weekend away. In the city that can be anything you want it to be. Hull is noted for it’s striking architecture and diverse art and culture scene. For a romantic weekend there’s buckets to do. Hull trinity Backpackers is in the centre of town so you’ll have free reign to immerse yourself in all Hull has to offer.
The 2017 city of culture is home to many unique and enjoyable days out. You could go and admire the marine life at the famed aquarium, home to Europe’s deepest viewing tunnel. Or maybe you’d prefer to sample the seafood instead! With the Humber Fish Co being highly recommended. There’s also museums of all flavours just waiting to be discovered. All the while knowing you’ve got a cosy private room to get back to at the end of it all.
May 28th 2019
In Hull the thing that struck me was the Art, you just stumble on it walking down the streets. I had no idea that Hull was such a quirky place, with great outdoor spaces and amazing buildings. We really loved the atmosphere in the old town.Read More