Here in Hull & East Yorkshire, conferences and events are not just about meeting rooms; we aim to help create memorable experiences in unique venues and diverse locations.
In Hull you’ll find a stunning medieval maritime city with a vibrant conference zone, and a warm friendly welcome.
Hull’s waterfront has a real cosmopolitan feel. Soak up the scenery or sit back and enjoy a meal at one of the many popular restaurants around Hull’s stunning marina. For something more active, get your team ready for a life on the ocean waves with a team-building exercise on-board the Cat Zero yacht.
Or why not explore Hull’s old town, an area steeped in character and magnificent architecture, the cobbled streets will lead you to traditional pubs alongside the latest gin bars. There are venues a plenty, from fascinating museums to magnificent civic halls, ideal to give international delegates a flavour of Olde England.
DID YOU KNOW: Your delegates can dine with sharks or have breakfast with penguins at The Deep, Hull’s award winning visitor attraction.
Outside the city centre, the picturesque towns, villages, historic houses and countryside of East Yorkshire provide a serene backdrop with plenty of wow factor.
Away from the hustle and bustle are exclusive venues in rural settings including 4 star hotels, beautiful grade II listed Georgian country houses and a medieval castellated manor house.
DID YOU KNOW: The beautiful Yorkshire Wolds inspired some of artist David Hockney’s most celebrated work and JRR Tolkien to write his masterpieces.
Our unique Heritage Coast is a fantastic place for wildlife spotting and dramatic scenery.
Spurn Point is Yorkshire’s very own ‘Land’s End’, the iconic landscape has been a draw for visitors for generations. Bridlington’s award winning beaches and historic harbour offers delegates traditional seaside experiences; East Yorkshire’s flagship venue Bridlington Spa, set on the seafront, can seat up to 1700 delegates and has a range of flexible meetings spaces available, some with stunning views of the beach and sea!
DID YOU KNOW: Around half a million seabirds gather on the towering chalk cliffs of RSPB Bempton between March and October to raise a family.