Hull Marina offers a picturesque setting on the Humber estuary, adjacent to Albert Dock and just upstream of the River Hull. The marina re-opened in 1983 in order to accommodate the ever-increasing demand for leisure craft moorings. Today it can accommodate approximately 300 craft of different shapes and sizes. Hull town centre which is only a short walk across the road and caters for all tastes, with its many shops and stores, plenty of restaurants and cafés, pubs and clubs.
Visitors to Hull are treated to a city which is proud of its stunning marina, unique Old Town, but also has an upbeat, cosmopolitan feel with a vibrant mix of culture, shopping and nightlife.
With its compact, pedestrianised city centre, there is plenty to do and see. You can shop 'til you drop in the city's delightful waterfront shopping area, visit eight free museums, including the award winning museums quarter, explore the world's oceans at the Deep.
Plus you can discover the ancient alleyways of the Old Town with a guided walk or enjoy a night on the town, with theatres, restaurants, and clubs aplenty.
Sports fans are well catered for in the city too. Hull City Football Club and Hull FC rugby league club have gone from strength to strength since moving to the multimillion-pound Kingston Communications Stadium, which regularly hosts a variety of international sporting events and concerts.
For those seeking a slower pace, the stunning Yorkshire Wolds are just on our doorstep, providing country walks, wildlife and pub lunches in picture postcard English villages. There is something for everyone.