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If you're looking for quality budget accommodation in Hull, this smart, modern hotel is going to suit you down to the ground. You'll find it in the village of Willerby, just five miles from the city and close to the M62 and Humber Bridge.The lodge has 32 comfy, modern rooms and is next...
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Spending a few days sightseeing in the area with an Art group from Kent, we needed a comfortable base from which to operate. The Innkeepers Lodge exceeded expectations: rooms were large and airy and were adequately serviced All the staff were friendly and helpful, the...More
Great location for me, second time I have stayed here. Canot fault hte carvery - mmm mmmm goooood!
The prices are reasonable but the rooms are really ready for the reno. Bathroom is not too great, shower cubicle needs replacing, musty smell.
The hair dryer...More
The hotel is good value for money and is attached to a Toby for meals. You are entitled to a breakfast included in the room rate, cereals toast croissant yoghurt fruit juice tea and coffee. However if you need a fried breakfast you pay extra.
We booked two rooms - one for my aged mother, another for my wife and I - for three nights. Check in at the nearby Toby Inn was efficient and friendly; the duty manager went out of his way to ensure my mother was comfortable...More
Myself, my husband and son stayed at the innkeepers lodge as we were attending a wedding 10 minutes away. The lodge is next to a Toby carvery where we checked in. The staff were friendly and helpful.The room was clean and comfortable with good amenities....More
There is no lift to the first floor. However, I believe there is an assessible room on the ground floor - that is, to the left of the entrance door. However, if you go in the summer months there are swarms of flies in the... More
There is no lift to the first floor. However, I believe there is an assessible room on the ground floor - that is, to the left of the entrance door. However, if you go in the summer months there are swarms of flies in the corridor on the ground floor (to the left) because the 'bins' are situated close by. This is a real problem.