Paull Holme Farm Bed and Breakfast is less than 10 minutes away from the quaint market town of Hedon, East Riding of Yorkshire.
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Our breakfast room which is open 24 hours is very popular with guests visiting the Hedon and the surrounding areas – especially those setting off early in the morning. We offer a self service continental breakfast including cold meats, cheeses, cereals and various pastries. If you are partial to something a little more substantial, you can make poached eggs and help yourself to beans and of course toast. We also have fresh fruit and a selection of coffees and teas as well as a guest fridge, and in the evening, you can make use of our microwave to heat up a meal, or if you feel like something different why not order a takeaway and use the breakfast room to eat your tea.
The most popular times at Paull Holme Farm Bed and Breakfast start in the spring and continue through the summer months and leading up to the autumn migration where bird enthusiasts can witness the spectacle of visible bird migration. It’s not just about birds and nature however – there are a raft of other things to do in the vicinity of Paull Holme Farm Bed and Breakfast including (but not limited to) Fort Paull, RAF Holmpton Bunker, The Deep aquarium, Withernsea Lighthouse Museum and the City of Hull.
The town of Hedon itself was founded in the early 1100’s. by The name Hedon is believed to come from the Normans and their language “heath don” which means Market Hill – the original town centre.
There are various shops, restaurants and pubs in the town but if you’re looking for something more cultural, the Hedon Museum and the magnificent Church of St Augustine shouldn’t be missed. As you explore Hedon make sure you also don’t forget to pay a visit to the Town Hall, where you can view Hedons rare silver collection that includes the oldest civic mace in the country.
Rooms from £50 – check availability for accommodation near Hedon now.