Cross Keys Public House

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Friendly and welcoming pub in Hull, with affordable accommodation and easy access to local attractions. WiFi and parking. Quiz nights and entertainment. Ideal for contractors.

  • Entertainment
  • Family
  • Group Holidays
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Stag and Hen
  • Weekend Breaks
  • WiFi

About this Pub Accommodation

The Cross Keys offers more than just accommodation in Hull. In fact, we're a popular pub with a well-stocked bar, affordable B&B rooms and a calendar of great entertainment. Perfect for leisure visitors, business visitors and contractors, we've got all you need from self-service breakfasts to on-site parking. Start your day with cereal, toast and hot drinks, and come back to our restaurant for your lunch or evening meal. We serve a wide range of drinks, including real ales, and you can book a stay by calling us today.

Within easy reach of Hull city centre, we're close to major attractions and business venues. As well as serving a fantastic selection of pub food, we have a pool table and sports on the big screens. We have ten bedrooms, which are all comfortably furnished. All have use of our WiFi connection. Our accommodation is ideal for contractors and a self serve breakfast is available in the kitchen for very early risers.

Special to Cross Keys Public House

Quiz nights are on Tuesdays and Poker nights are on Thursdays, and there are a range of other events on. Please see our website for full details.

Directions to Cross Keys Public House

Leave the M62 onto the A63. Head for the city centre, past Smith and Nephew you will sweep left over a road. Turn left at the next set of traffic lights signposted Beverley. Go through the city centre(carry on straight ahead) until you come to a dual carriageway, we are 200yards on the left. From York and The North, take the Beverley by-pass (A1079), turn right at the roundabout through two sets of traffic lights, and we are on the right past the Pilot pub.