Calling something 'ye olde' doesn't usually impress us, but we're prepared to make an exception for Hull's oldest pub, which has been a fixture of the Old Town since the late 18th century. Earlier, when it was a private house, Hull's governor took to the upstairs room now known as the 'Plotting Parlour' and resolved to deny King Charles I entry to the town – upon which all heck broke loose as the English Civil War erupted. Old wooden panels, vintage tiled fireplaces, a shaded alley courtyard – oh, and a secret tunnel and a mysterious skull – all add up to a proper 'ye olde' atmosphere, which for once is thoroughly appreciated.
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