The Charterhouse, Hull. No public access

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Accessibility:

There is street parking in Charterhouse Lane/Sykes Street which is limited to 2 hours. There are wide level pavements/sidewalks making it wheelchair accessible.

 

Brief Description:

The Charterhouse was once a hospital in 1350, and then a Carthusian monastery from 1377 until 1538. It was rebuilt in 1645 and again in 1780. It is a Grade I Listed Building which is now an almshouse containing one and two bedroom flats, a hall for social activities, a laundry room, a hair dressing salon and a chapel which residents attend on Sundays.


Further Information

 

Address:

Charterhouse Lane, Hull HU2 8AF


Email:

Via contact page on website: http://www.hullcharterhouse.co.uk/contact-charterhouse-hull-social-housing/


Phone:

01482 320026


Website:

http://www.hullcharterhouse.co.uk/


Opening Hours:

No public access. They have hosted a Heritage Open day where the Chapel and Gardens were open to the public.


Directions:

From Beverley via A1079 (12.8m). Head northeast on Newbegin toward Lairgate/A164. Turn left onto Lairgate/A164. Turn left onto York Rd/A1174 and continue to follow for 1.7miles. Follow A1079 and A1033 to Ferry Ln/A1165 in Hull for 9 miles. Take Bank Side, Wincolmlee, Cumberland Street and Wincolmlee to Charterhouse Lane.

 

From Barton Upon Humber via A63 (11.8m). (This route has tolls). Get on Humber Bridge/A15 from Ferriby Road/A1011. Follow A15 and A63 to Wincolmlee in Hull for 10.2 miles. Continue on Wincolmlee. Drive to Charterhouse Lane. 


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Transport:

The nearest railway station is Hull. Regular bus routes run throughout the city, and there is also a park and ride service into the city which runs every 10 minutes.  For more travel information go to http://www.traveline.info or call 0871 200 22 33. 


Amenities:

The Charterhouse is close to several attractions including hotels, bars and restaurants, with the Hull Maritime Museum and Princes Quay Shopping Centre nearby. There is also a Tourist Information Centre at Queen Victoria Square.