Getting to Humber Speculative Fiction

About Beverley

Beverley’s cobbled market squares and outstanding Georgian area were much enjoyed Lewis Carroll and other late 19th authors on their way to Scarborough and Whitby.

Beverley has gothic delights in the Minster and St Mary’s Church, suitable for the atmospheric horror and folk. Prefer something a little more epic fantasy?  Drop by Monk’s Walk, an inn befitting a Witcher novel.

Embrace the Science Fiction side, and pop into Atom, where you’ll find science fiction inspired IPAs and Bitters. Turn back time and head to The White Horse, (Nellie’s) for a pint, and a thoroughly gaslamp steampunk experience – but bring cash and be sure to leave your phone in your pocket!

TC Patisserie and Café V are good spots for the vegans amongst us, while second hand book shops (yes, genre’s there!) now hide in the Antique’s Arcade near Angel Square, you’ll also find the indie bookshop in the square.

And of course, there is Beverley’s Westwood Common to explore, if the weather is kind.

About The King’s Head.

The pub is located in the corner of Saturday Market.

https://kingsheadpubbeverley.com/

A limited number of rooms are available to book. Food can be ordered, but with a limited kitchen staff it’s advisable to order ahead at busy times.

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Getting to Beverley:

It’s well connected via public transport.

Direct trains from Hull, London, Sheffield, Doncaster,  Bridlington and Scarborough.  https://www.thetrainline.com/

By Bus

Buses run regularly from Hull, Scarborough, York, Bridlington via the East Yorkshire Motor Services. https://www.eastyorkshirebuses.co.uk/

By Car

Some parking is free on a Sunday. We strongly recommend you avoid using Saturday Market unless disabled. Parking is available at Lord Robert’s Road, Grayburn Lane, both of which are a 5 minute walk from The King’s Head.

Car Parks

https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/roads-streets-traffic-and-parking/parking/car-park-finder/?entryid174=670585&q=0%7eBeverley%7e