The Bowmans Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

35 Bidgegate
DN14 7AE

The Bowmans Hotel, Howden

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Situated in the Historical market town of Howden. With easy access to surrounding areas including York, Hull, Doncaster, Selby, Goole and Beverley. You can find us off the Junction 37 of the M62.

All rooms have en-suite facilities, television, tea and coffee making facilities, ironing facilities in most rooms (iron available on request for those without). Full cooked breakfast, or hot sandwiches to take away for those in a hurry!!Free parking on large car park. Free internet available in some areas of the premises, including in the large bar.

Large bar to the ground floor with a pool table and menu for daytime and evening meals. Discos are held on a Friday and Live Entertainment some Saturdays.

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