Enjoy five cask ales and a menu of pub classics whilst soaking up the traditional Georgian décor of this former gatehouse in Hull.
One of Hull’s most historic ale houses dating back to the 17th century, the George Hotel gained its name as it served as the gate house for the long-demolished George Hotel.
Guests would enter the hotel’s courtyard and a boy, sat behind a small window, would identify hotel guests and allow them entry. This small window has now been given the prestigious title of ‘England’s smallest window’.
Now you can enjoy five cask ales and a menu of pub classics whilst soaking up the traditional Georgian décor, panelled interior and open fireplaces. There are also whispers of a ‘Grey Lady’, who roams the bar at night.
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