About Hull Trinity Backpackers

About Hull Trinity Backpackers

51-52 Market Place is a house from the Georgian era – 1807.  Early Twentieth Century saw it become the Gaiety Picture House between 1911 and 1913, after becoming a music hall until 1934, renamed the Playgoers. The building has stories to tell from the 1940s too, as bomb damage changed it’s appearance.

For those of an artistic persuasion, you will be staying in a building of rich historical interest. Few pictures survive of that time but we’re busy looking for archive images showing how things used to be…

A Building With A Metal Gate

The building existed over many years as a chandlers shop, rehearsal and storage site, becoming part of the indoor market in the 1990s.  Our next door neighbour today: TRINITY MARKET HULL -A place to visit for fresh foods, drinks, street foods and live events.

This building opened as a hostel in 2014, refurbished to what you see today as Trinity Backpackers in 2017. Glenn and team aim to provide an independent place to stay, rest, take a drink in the heart of Hull’s Historic Old Town. We welcome you to come and help make that happen…

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Located at 51/52 Market Place, Hull,
in the heart of the City of Culture 2017