Trains to Brough

Trains to Brough

Hull Trains takes you to the small town of Brough, situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds and overlooking the Humber Estuary. The town dates back to Roman times when it was the northern Humber ferry terminal for the major Roman road running from London to York (Eboracum) and many of the road names reflect these Roman origins.

If you’re looking for a cheap family day out to a quaint town full of history, with the regular trains travelling to Brough, it’s the perfect location to spend some quality time with the family.

Brough has grown in recent years with a number of new housing developments and increased rail links with Hull Trains. There are a number of local shops and restaurants, as well as a golf club founded in 1891. There are three pubs, one of which is the Ferry Inn (only 200 metres from the station), which is the only actual documented home of highwayman Dick Turpin and is believed to be the place where he was arrested. Sometime around 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.

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With our cheap train tickets to Brough, it’s the perfect for a relaxing family day out.

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Brough Station

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Brough Station,
Station Road,
HU15 1DZ

Brough Station is located approximately ½ mile from the town centre.

The ticket office is open Monday to Saturday from 05:15 to 19:45 and Sunday from 09:00 to18:30.


Bus services run mainly to Hull and are operated by East Yorkshire Motor Services. All information regarding bus routes, times etc. can be gained from passenger information boards and can also be downloaded from the council's website.

Car Park

The car park is managed by APCOA on behalf of the station operators First Transpennine Express.

The station car park has 172 spaces with 6 accessible spaces available which is open Monday to Sunday 24 hours a day.

Daily Rate: £4.30
Saturday rate: £4.60
Sunday rate: £4.60
Weekly rate: £21.00
Monthly rate: £65.00
3 Monthly rate: £170
Annual rate: £515

A £2.50 admin fee applies to all season ticket purchases.


The taxi firm Riverside Travel operates from the station platform (Tel: 01482 666525). Visit traintaxi (link opens in a new browser window) for a guide to all taxis serving rail stations in the UK.

Things to See & Do in Brough

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Brough Golf Club

Cave Road, Brough, HU15 1HB Tel: 01482 667 291

Founded in 1891, Brough Golf Club offers a challenging Inland Parkland Course. The Clubhouse offers first class catering and service, whether it’s bar snacks or a formal dinner. There is also a fully licensed bar offering a wide range of beers, soft drinks and a good selection of wines.

For more information visit the Brough Golf club website.


Food & Drink

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The Triton Inn

Brantingham, East Yorkshire, HU15 1QE Tel: 01482 667 261

The Triton Inn is a rural country pub in East Yorkshire, situated between Brough and South Cave. You can expect quality British food, with excellent service and affordable prices, in the relaxing surroundings of fires, comfortable leather seating, and peaceful background music. Hot and cold drinks are served from 12 noon and there is free Wi-Fi for all customers.

For more information visit The Triton Inn website.

The Fox and Coney Inn

52 Market Place, Brough, HU15 2AT Tel: 01430 424 044

The Fox and Coney Inn restaurant offers fine food and excellent service, with a delicious menu of home-cooked, locally sourced dishes including fillet and rump steak, lamb hock, steak and ale pie, and haddock and chips.

For more information visit The Fox and Coney Inn website.

Ferry Inn

Ferry Inn, Station Rd, Brough HU15 1DY Tel: 01482 667 340

Believed to have once been the home of highwayman Dick Turpin - and the place where he was arrested, - the Ferry Inn is a traditional village pub offering great homemade pub food and a fantastic selection of cask ales. The pub is family friendly with a separate bar area for customers who enjoy live sport on flat screen TV’s and live music at weekends.

For more information visit the Ferry Inn website.

Red Hawk

Welton Road, Brough, HU15 1A5 Tel: 01482 666 1680

The Red Hawk is a local village pub serving a selection of drinks and traditional pub meals, including a children’s menu. Check out the website for information regarding the weekly offers and deals, including Sunday roasts, pool night and grill night.

For more information visit the Red Hawk website.

Overnight in Brough

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The Fox and Coney Inn

52 Market Place, Brough, HU15 2AT Tel: 01430 424 044

The Fox & Coney Inn was originally built in 1739 as a coaching inn, and today is a hotel, restaurant and public house. The hotel offers single, twin, double and family rooms, all including; en suite, TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, and hairdryer, as well as a full English or continental breakfast.

For more information visit The Fox and Coney Inn website.

Cave Castle Hotel and Country Club

Church Hill, South Cave, Brough, HU15 2EU Tel: 01430 422245

The Castle Hotel offers a relaxing break in a beautiful refurbished Victorian Manor House set amongst some stunning scenery on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds. This historic house retains some original features including stone turrets, and rooms are a mix of traditional and contemporary design. The hotel offers some fantastic spa and golf breaks, with an 18-hole golf course, and health club with gym, pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room.

For more information visit the Cave Castle Hotel website.

Rudstone Walk

South Cave, Brough, HU15 2AH Tel: 01430 422 230

Rudstone Walk offers comfortable en-suite bedrooms which have been built around the walled courtyard garden; there is also an adjacent sitting room and kitchen or self-catering apartment. Home-cooked breakfast is included, and there is also a private dining area.

For more information visit the Rudstone Walk website. 

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