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Aristocrat Guesthouse
15 Clee Road

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The Aristocrat Guest House is a family friendly accommodation, close to the sea front and with many accessible activities for all of the family to enjoy! We have two en-suite rooms and two rooms with private bathrooms. All rooms have TV with free view or DVD as well as tea and coffee making facilities, coolers, hair driers, extra bedding, and fresh towels. Complimentary biscuits, bottled water, shampoo/shower gel. The rooms are serviced daily. We offer a full English breakfast as well as lighter options; there is a vegetarian option available. The dinning room is open to guests to bring a takeaway meal back to enjoy from the many on offer just a short walk away. The Humber Bank industrial estates and Refineries are only 20 minuets drive from the guest house. Enjoy all Cleethorpes has to offer, Theme Park, Boating Lake, East Coast light Railway, Bowling ally, Multi Plex Cinema, Leisure Centre, Long Coastal Walks, Not to mention our blue flag beaches. We are close to the Lincolnshire Wolds, 45 minuets drive to the City of Lincoln, 20 minuets drive from the Historical Town of Louth, and Another attraction is the Market Rasen Horse Racing Course 20 minuets drive away. See our Web site for more photos and view our Luxury 8 berth holiday Caravan on a local holiday camp available for rent from 1st of March until 31st October each year.

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