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7 n-aoi, 3  sheomra leapa, 6 leaba, 1 seomra folctha
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Arista House is situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire in the small town of Brough, on the northern bank of the Humber Estuary, ~12 miles west of Hull city centre. It has excellent transport links to Hull, Beverly and Goole with the M62/A63 junction within 3 miles making it ideal for visiting working professionals and trade teams or any travellers who like outdoor activities: walking, biking, lake/course/sea fishing or wildlife: North Cave Wetland Nature Reserve, William's Den.

An spás
The house is a snug home from home. Newly refurbished throughout it is an oasis of home comforts.

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Wi-FI – 75 Mbps
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East Riding of Yorkshire, England, an Ríocht Aontaithe

Brough (/ˈbrʌf/ BRUF, locally /ˈbrʊf/) is a small town in the civil parish of Elloughton-cum-Brough in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Brough is situated on the northern bank of the Humber Estuary, approximately 12 miles (19 km) west of Hull city centre. Brough has a long association with BAE Systems.
The town was known as Petuaria during the Roman period, and served as the capital of the Celtic tribe of the Parisi. Petuaria marked the southern end of the Roman road known now as Cade's Road which ran roughly northwards for a hundred miles to Pons Aelius (modern day Newcastle upon Tyne).

Brough was created a town by the Archbishop of York in 1239, granted the same liberties as Beverley. There is no record of these liberties having been employed, and the settlement operated as a village for further centuries.[2]

The town is significant for its association with the highwayman Dick Turpin. About June 1737 Turpin boarded at the Ferry Inn at Brough, under the alias of John Palmer (or Parmen). Turpin travelled between and resided in Brough, until his capture and execution for horse theft in 1739.

Arna óstáil ag Layton

  1. Mar bhall ó Lúnasa 2020

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    • Paul
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      Seiceáil isteach: 18:00 - 22:00
      Seiceáil amach: 10:00
      Féin-seiceáil isteach le bosca glais
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