Paull Holme Farm Bed and Breakfast

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Paull Holme Farm, Thorngumbald Road, Paull, HU12 8AX

Patrington Accommodation

The village Patrington is 9 miles by car (just under 20 minutes) from Paull Holme Farm Bed and Breakfast.

Rooms from £50 – check availability now.

Our 24-hour breakfast room is very popular with guests visiting the Patrington and beyond – especially those setting off early in the morning. You can help yourself to a self-serve continental breakfast that includes cold meats, cheeses, cereals and various pastries. If you are partial to something a little more substantial, you can also make poached and boiled eggs and help yourself to beans and toast. We also have a variety fresh fruit as well as selection of coffees and various teas. You’re more than welcome to store food in the guest fridge and in the evening, you can use our microwave to heat up a meal. Feel free to use our breakfast room to eat your tea – whether a home-made meal, microwave meal or takeaway.

There are various pubs and restaurants in the vicinity of Paull Holme Farm Bed and Breakfast including the Humber Tavern, Camerton and others within the town of Hedon.

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.

Paull Holme Farm Bed and Breakfast - Breakfast Room

The village of Patrington (founded approximately 1033 and mentioned in the Doomsday Book) has various amenities and is a general stopover en route to the coastal towns and various local attractions including Kilnsea and Spurn Point, Withernsea as well as Easington (amongst others). It’s a good place to fill up with fuel and stock up on food – the village has a plethora of bakeries, pubs and places to eat. If you are interested in churches and old buildings, take some time to visit St Patrick Church also known as the Queen of Holderness.

Rooms from £50 – check availability for accommodation near Patrington now.