Butlers in the Buff Hull, Humberside
Hull, the city of the Tigers is a fantastic venue for a roaring hen night with the girls. Situated in the east riding of Yorkshire and on the coast of the River Hull with the world’s only submarium, the city provides its proud Hullensians and its many visitors with plenty of entertainment each and every weekend. With a strong sporting presence and a busy high street packed full of bars, pubs and restaurants – the city of Hull attracts a wide audience. Recently crowned The winner of the UK City of Culture for 2017, Yorkshire’s only waterfront city is labelled The Most Poetic in England – and it’s easy to see why. With such beauty and romance, the only thing missing is… handsome men. Well, welcome to Butlers in the Buff – the home of Hull’s best-naked waiter service.
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Tips & Ideas
Hull offers a diverse range of activities and attractions for visitors to enjoy. Start your exploration with a visit to The Deep, one of the most iconic aquariums in the UK, housing a spectacular array of marine life. Stroll through the historic Old Town, where you can admire the charming architecture and wander down the atmospheric High Street with its quaint pubs and artisanal shops. Immerse yourself in the city’s maritime heritage at the Hull Maritime Museum, and don’t forget to take a walk along Hull’s scenic waterfront, enjoying the picturesque views of the Humber Estuary. For art enthusiasts, the Ferens Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of contemporary and classical works. Hull also boasts a vibrant cultural scene, with live music venues, theatres, and a thriving food scene, making it a perfect destination for a well-rounded city break.
Hull’s nightlife offers a lively and diverse scene that caters to a wide range of tastes and preferences. The Humber Street area is a buzzing hub of creativity, featuring hip bars, trendy cafes, and live music venues where you can catch local bands and DJs. Newland Avenue is known for its array of student-friendly bars and restaurants, creating a dynamic atmosphere. The city’s Old Town is brimming with historic pubs, offering a more relaxed and traditional experience. Additionally, the Fruit Market district is a great spot for late-night entertainment with its selection of bars, clubs, and occasional events. Hull’s rich cultural heritage also shines through at its theatres and performance venues, which regularly host concerts, plays, and comedy shows, ensuring that Hull’s nightlife caters to diverse interests and ensures a memorable evening for all.