Cleethorpes is a large resort town rather sheltered in the mouth of the Humber and by Spurn Head. The settlement benefits from long sandy beaches, with a promenade for the stroll that will work up an appetite for fish and chips or something posher... Read More

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Clee House Hotel & Bistro

Clee House Hotel & Bistro

Clee House Hotel & Bistro is Cleethorpes‚ 3 Star hidden gem. As we are not a link in a hotel chain or standard B&B, we can offer our own unique kind of accommodation and comfort for the ... More | Double Room: £79 | visit website

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Comat Hotel

Comat Hotel

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Centrally located in the coastal town of Cleethorpes, this small, family-run guest house is set in a peaceful area, within easy reach of the shops and sea front. During your stay you ... More

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Dovedale Hotel and Restaurant

Dovedale Hotel and Restaurant
The Dovedale Hotel and Restaurant offers superior accommodation in a perfect, quiet location. Set within close walking distance to the beach, bars, shops and local amenities. The hotel offers full English breakfast to all guests ... More | visit website
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Kingsway Hotel Cleethorpes

Kingsway Hotel Cleethorpes

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Located in the popular seaside resort of Cleethorpes, the hotel occupies a strategic position for both business and leisure stays; close to Grimsby, the Humber bank and historical Lincolnshire.
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