A Family Hotel in Every Sense
The Best Western Reeds Country Hotel is a family orientated Social Enterprise, not for private profit company who support their own Registered Charity, The Odyssey Centre.
They are a Social Enterprise, not for profit company who support their very own Registered Charity (The Odyssey Centre). As a social enterprise they are committed to helping their local area and are very keen to unite the North & South Banks of the Humber.
All their staff are dedicated to providing high standards of personal service, making your visit both a memorable & enjoyable one with the emphasis on genuine informality & hospitality.
The whole family is welcome;
children can eat from our Casper’s Children’s Menu especially created in honour of the African Grey Parrot.
They are a 3 star-rated hotel idyllically situated between two freshwater lakes on the south bank of the River Humber. They have 26 en-suite bedrooms, with a view of either the tranquil lake or the Humber Bridge.
Best Western Reeds Country Hotel’s easily accessible location and beautiful surroundings make it the ideal choice for a restful business stopover or that well deserved break. The location only 11 miles from Hull City Centre and being centrally positioned between Scunthorpe and Grimsby make it the ideal venue. Whilst their close proximity to Humberside Airport only 11 miles away means that those travelling from other UK or International destinations have easy access to the Hotel.
They are superbly equipped for wheelchair bound guests and their carers. Each room offers direct dial telephones, WiFi and Sky Television as well as trouser presses, hairdryers, and beverage trays. There is also 24 hour porterage and room service available. Every room enjoys panoramic views over the Freshwater Lakes that surround the hotel and the countryside beyond, or overlook the Humber Estuary and the impressive Humber Bridge.
Guests celebrating a special occasion, wedding or anniversary, are catered for in one of their four sumptuous Bridal Suites. The Bridal Suites are appointed to an exceptionally high standard with antique furniture, four-poster beds, and superior bathroom facilities.
The Humber Bridge, near Kingston upon Hull, England, is a 2,220-metre (7,280 ft) single-span suspension bridge, a bridge anchored between two supports with no middle support. The history of the bridge is long, witch discussions for a crossing taking place one-hundred years before the bridge was built.
The bridge spans the Humber estuary formed by the rivers Trent and Ouse between Barton-upon-Humber on the south bank and Hessle on the north bank, connecting the East Riding of Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.
Before the bridge opened, commuters would use the Humber Ferry to get from one bank to another, or drive on challenging roads south across the moors. The high accident rates lead to debates in Parliament where first a Humber tunnel, an idea thrown out due to excessive cost, and then a Humber Bridge was considered.