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Welcome to Hessle

Hessle is a moderately-sized historic town situated on the northern bank of the Humber Estuary, a short way outside of Kingston upon Hull. It was one of the north's prosperous industrial towns from the industrial revolution, with an active shipbuilding yard, and a large chalk quarry which is now the Humber Bridge Country Park Local Nature Reserve.

Discover Hull

Your first visit to Hull is always going to be the source of some great stories. Walking along the cobbled streets of the city's Old Town will take you back to a chapter of its medieval history, and a wander around the free Museums Quarter will let you delve into many other aspects of its long and varied past. The marina is home to the newer Fruit Market, an area full of interesting arts and culture venues, including the Museum of Club Culture, the only one of its kind in the world.

Explore Fort Paull

Fort Paull is the last remaining Napoleonic fort in Yorkshire, and never fails to provide a fun and fascinating day out for the whole family. Visitors can explore its 10 lovingly-kept acres, looking out over excellent views of Humber Estuary, hearing a fascinating story that stretches back to the reign of Henry VIII, and brushes with some of the bloodiest conflicts in British history.

Planning a trip to Hessle? Travelodge Hull Central Hotel is a 15-minute drive away, and Travelodge Hull South Cave Hotel can be reached in 20.