Accommodation options for the conference

Speakers and delegates may like to try the following accommodation options for the conference.

On campus University guest-houses (limited availability so early booking is essential):

  • 19–21 Salmon Grove, Hull, HU5 7RX (en-suite): single room: £39; double room (£61); twin room (£61).
  • 3 Ferens Avenue, Hull HU6 7RX  (not en-suite): single room (£29); double room (£47; twin room (£47).

Please book directly with the Accommodation Office on (01482) 466042 or visitorsaccom@hull.ac.uk

Mercure Royal Hotel Hull, 170 Ferensway, Hull, HU1 3UF (adjacent to the train and bus stations. Nos 103, 105 come directly to the University; nos 15 and 115 stop at Cranbrook Avenue, a short walk from the main campus). Please book directly with the hotel on 01482 325087 or via reservations@hotels-hull.co.uk. Book by 29th May and cite ‘Women conference (Hull Uni)’ to secure the following rates: single room (£50); twin room (£82); double room, with single occupancy (£72); double room for two people (£82). All with breakfast.

For further information and alternative options, go to www.visithullandeastyorkshire.

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About Women and Land

Women and Land is a blog set up by Dr. Briony McDonagh (Geography, University of Hull), Dr Amanda Capern and Charlotte Garside (both History, University of Hull). It offers info and updates about the forthcoming 'Women, land and the making of the British landscape, 1300-1900' conference (29th-30th June 2015), as well as news on their various research projects and activities. You can also follow the team on Twitter @Women_and_Land
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