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One Night stay at Mercure Grange Park Hotel Hull  £15 per couple (Friday or Sunday stays till 31st July Inc. access to Pool) @ Planet Radio
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One Night stay at Mercure Grange Park Hotel Hull £15 per couple (Friday or Sunday stays till 31st July Inc. access to Pool) @ Planet Radio

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Posted 6th Jul
Wow, great voucher deal for one night stay in a mercure hotel in Hull. Only available for Friday or Sunday stay. Price is for 2 people and valid for stays up until 31st july
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Enjoy a one night stay in a classic room at the Mercure Grange Park Hotel in Hull

The Mercure Grange Park Hotel is situated within a beautiful 19th century manor house surrounded by 12 acres of beautiful gardens meaning you will get some great views from your room when you stay. You can also take advantage of all the facilities at the hotel with your free leisure club access. With this you can go for a dip in the swimming pool or sit back, relax and unwind in the sauna and steam room.

The classic room comes with comfortable bed/s, HD TVs, complimentary high speed WiFi, en suite bathrooms, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. So there is everything you need to have a great stay.

Book your Friday or Sunday stay now and enjoy a weekend away for half the normal price!
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bhqmaster06/07/2019 22:17

Hull. The city of ‘multi’ culture. A walk around the city centre feels lik …Hull. The city of ‘multi’ culture. A walk around the city centre feels like a refuge camp. I feel sorry for Hull, the city was struggling big time and some genius decided they should be dumped with a rubbish of third would countries too.


I'd rather have 10 of the "rubbish of third world countries" than half of a spiteful, bigoted twonk like you.
Joeaddo06/07/2019 11:35

Consistently voted one of the worst places to live. Says it all really.


What do you classify as worst place to live, least income, unemployment, more refugees? I have been living in hull for many year, it has its downside, but free museum, cheap deep annual ticket, great parks, some with animal zone, cheaper but high ranked independent schools. I d rather live in Hull to get better quality life. South is too expensive for me. Visiting London once a year, I have a good feel of it. By the way, see the picture below. Since south is better and richer, why don’t you do better things.
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Dave3679964207/07/2019 10:26

Sounds like a great deal, any locals advise of things to see and do in …Sounds like a great deal, any locals advise of things to see and do in Hull please?



youtube.com/wat…J0o


Worth a watch, I know there's people on here kicking the stuffing out of Hull, (I'd like to know where some of the commentators come from to form comparison, and yes, I know many of them are just kicking back on a Sunday morning and trolling away ) and many if not most, have probably never even been to Hull. Like any city, if you wander off the beaten track you're going to end up in areas where you wouldn't want to pitch up for a meal or a drink, but the city centre has been transformed over the last decade or so. Still work to be done, I admit, but it's on it's way with one major development in the heart of the city that will massively improve the one void that's left. As the video describes at the end, the city was heavily bombed during the war, often said in it's defence but it was the most bombed place outside of London in the second world war. Although it was now 70 odd years ago, the city struggled for investment to give it a chance to sort itself out after the war and it's most prized asset, the docks and the fishing trade, simply died a death that would see it never recover to the same heights again.


What Hull is, it a typically industrial northern city, steeped in history, be it the whaling trade from back in the day, William Wilberforce and his stance that led to the abolition of the slave trade, it's sporting culture, it's musical background, but also a place where nothing comes on a plate. It's hard earned, it's a struggle, and the people, in the main, keep struggling on in the face of historic adversity.


As others have said, where the hotel is situated, it is in Willerby, on the outskirts of the city, which does give you access to both Hull and the town of Beverley which is also a decent place to visit. Beverley has a slower pace, small enough to amble around at your own will to take it in, and generally an all round nice Yorkshire market town.


Anyways, I'm not paid by the Hull Tourist Board (Yes it really has one) but I'm immensely proud to hail from, to give it it's proper title, the city of Kingston Upon Hull and will always defend it especially against those that call it because they've read a headline that tends to have the word hell in it, easy play on words, tailored to give the dim ones something to point and laugh at.


thedeep.co.uk/
humbermuseums.com/mus…um/
visithullandeastyorkshire.com/Hul…356
humbermuseums.com/mus…um/
bonusarenahull.com/
ststephens-hull.com/
princesquay.com/
hullhistorycentre.org.uk/hom…spx
1884wineandtapasbar.co.uk/
visithullandeastyorkshire.com/hul…spx
humberbridge.co.uk/hum…us/
visithullandeastyorkshire.com/Bev…230
visithullandeastyorkshire.com/Bev…190
bwml.co.uk/hul…na/
en.wikipedia.org/wik…ire


Last piece in the city centre jigsaw

hulldailymail.co.uk/new…537

Also - youtube.com/wat…poA

And if you go to Bob Carvers, make sure you have a pattie, you won't get one anywhere else in the UK.

Go on, give it a try.
Edited by: "function1811" 7th Jul
To Hull and back, Rodders- wheel out the robin reliant!
heat - not just for the oppourtunity to use that mothballed classic,Great find
Edited by: "Gadgetman666" 6th Jul
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To Hull and back, Rodders- wheel out the robin reliant!
heat - not just for the oppourtunity to use that mothballed classic,Great find
Edited by: "Gadgetman666" 6th Jul
So the final total is £30 per room not £15?
Edited by: "Gollywood" 6th Jul
Price is per room and for ‘up to 2 people’.
Bargain - now why would I want to visit Hull? Ideas please
It's not in hull it's in willerby not even the same council area
Our kids like going to ‘The Deep’ aquarium. If I had the time, I’d book this for a Friday night, then go to the deep on the Saturday. I think an entry to the deep is valid for a year also (it was when we went last time).
We have a 4 year old. Would they be ok with us booking one room for 2 adults and 1 child or do hotels not allow that?
gazdoubleu06/07/2019 09:22

You could go and have a look at a stainless steel line in Grimsby …You could go and have a look at a stainless steel line in Grimsby https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g503974-d10118798-Reviews-Greenwich_Meridian_Line-Cleethorpes_Lincolnshire_England.html


Thank for the link, no sure that I can justify a journey from South coast for that!
Chrono06/07/2019 09:33

Thank for the link, no sure that I can justify a journey from South coast …Thank for the link, no sure that I can justify a journey from South coast for that!


Pmsl
Chrono06/07/2019 09:17

Bargain - now why would I want to visit Hull? Ideas please


There are a number of good museums in Hull if that's your sort of thing. I was particularly impressed by a free guided tour of a preserved trawler, the Arctic Corsair, although I don't know if they run the tours at weekends.
Chrono06/07/2019 09:33

Thank for the link, no sure that I can justify a journey from South coast …Thank for the link, no sure that I can justify a journey from South coast for that!


It's grim up North you know, don't wanna encourage too many Southerners!

I'm from the opposite side but loads to do in and around the area. Last time I was over that way I had a roof tour of Beverley Minster. Stunning building and amazing history but the people running the roof tour bit are not the most organised re. securing your booking and communicating etc.

beverleyminster.org.uk/visit-us-2/roof-tours-2/

Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 6th Jul
Chrono06/07/2019 09:17

Bargain - now why would I want to visit Hull? Ideas please


You could go to make yourself feel better about where you live currently?
Chrono06/07/2019 09:33

Thank for the link, no sure that I can justify a journey from South coast …Thank for the link, no sure that I can justify a journey from South coast for that!


If I lived 20mins away I couldn't justify it, Hull is an absolute armpit of a place.
Joeaddo06/07/2019 11:30

If I lived 20mins away I couldn't justify it, Hull is an absolute armpit …If I lived 20mins away I couldn't justify it, Hull is an absolute armpit of a place.


Really. And when was the last time you went pal
cam201206/07/2019 11:33

Really. And when was the last time you went pal


Consistently voted one of the worst places to live. Says it all really.
Joeaddo06/07/2019 11:35

Consistently voted one of the worst places to live. Says it all really.


What do you classify as worst place to live, least income, unemployment, more refugees? I have been living in hull for many year, it has its downside, but free museum, cheap deep annual ticket, great parks, some with animal zone, cheaper but high ranked independent schools. I d rather live in Hull to get better quality life. South is too expensive for me. Visiting London once a year, I have a good feel of it. By the way, see the picture below. Since south is better and richer, why don’t you do better things.
38006560-euGfL.jpg
Bored.....
Has anyone successfully booked a stay? I’ve spent the last 30 minutes trying to book and they don’t seem to have any knowledge of a planet radio voucher
2017wolf06/07/2019 13:05

Has anyone successfully booked a stay? I’ve spent the last 30 minutes t …Has anyone successfully booked a stay? I’ve spent the last 30 minutes trying to book and they don’t seem to have any knowledge of a planet radio voucher


When calling the number provided if you select option 1 for reservations it transfers to Mercure central reservations. You need to select option 0 to be put through direct to the hotel.

They can only check availability today though, need to ring on Monday to actually make the booking.
They say call back on Monday as their booking office is only open for this offer Mon to Fri
What a waste of time?
fabsaver06/07/2019 13:19

When calling the number provided if you select option 1 for reservations …When calling the number provided if you select option 1 for reservations it transfers to Mercure central reservations. You need to select option 0 to be put through direct to the hotel. They can only check availability today though, need to ring on Monday to actually make the booking.


Thanks, would have been nice for them to state you could only make bookings Monday to Friday on the voucher
sowotsdis06/07/2019 13:21

They say call back on Monday as their booking office is only open for this …They say call back on Monday as their booking office is only open for this offer Mon to FriWhat a waste of time?


Not a great start is it? Hopefully the rest of the stay goes a bit smoother
and you can only contact planet mon to fri by email-pff they are losing this one
Whoever decided to post this deal on a Saturday is cruel Nevertheless thanks for the heads up @cam2012
Edited by: "2017wolf" 6th Jul
Hull has a lot to offer visitors. As they say don’t knock it till you’ve tried it.
2017wolf06/07/2019 13:30

Whoever decided to post this deal on a Saturday is cruel Whoever decided to post this deal on a Saturday is cruel Nevertheless thanks for the heads up @cam2012


Looool
mattinhull06/07/2019 09:19

It's not in hull it's in willerby not even the same council area


2 jags ???
mattinhull06/07/2019 09:19

It's not in hull it's in willerby not even the same council area


It’s a 10 minute drive, calm down. Willerby is also a much nicer place than Hull, so you’re getting a bargain!
Edited by: "davidrowlands89" 6th Jul
Thanks for posting @cam2012 we have added this to the Highlights page
A prozzi from hull would think you a proper player if you took her there! Giddup there!
Good deal. Good location 15 mins to Beverley, 10 mins to Humber bridge or Cottingham or good if your going to a gig at the bonus arena couldn’t even get one of the run down B&B for this price
Hull. The city of ‘multi’ culture. A walk around the city centre feels like a refuge camp. I feel sorry for Hull, the city was struggling big time and some genius decided they should be dumped with a rubbish of third would countries too.
PAY? £15 to stay in hull, no thanks
bhqmaster06/07/2019 22:17

Hull. The city of ‘multi’ culture. A walk around the city centre feels lik …Hull. The city of ‘multi’ culture. A walk around the city centre feels like a refuge camp. I feel sorry for Hull, the city was struggling big time and some genius decided they should be dumped with a rubbish of third would countries too.


I'd rather have 10 of the "rubbish of third world countries" than half of a spiteful, bigoted twonk like you.
MassiveAttack9906/07/2019 22:38

I'd rather have 10 of the "rubbish of third world countries" than half of …I'd rather have 10 of the "rubbish of third world countries" than half of a spiteful, bigoted twonk like you.


No ones stopping you. 🏼
Cheap room for a night on the pull?
iNSain06/07/2019 09:33

We have a 4 year old. Would they be ok with us booking one room for 2 …We have a 4 year old. Would they be ok with us booking one room for 2 adults and 1 child or do hotels not allow that?


They usually charge more for 'family' rooms. Just don't tell them..
Can't go wrong at this price
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