Cleethorpes, Grimsby, Immingham ...and the Lincolnshire Wolds
Visitor Guide 2020
A “paw”-fect holiday
In between the sunshine
The great outdoors
For the nature lovers
Take a piece of us home 18 Mayflower 400 anniversary
Maps of the area
Area delights Discover one of our most beautiful spots in the area, Cleethorpes Boating Lake. Further out of town the marvellous Waltham Windmill makes a great trip out for the family. Explore our unique Grimsby heritage at the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre.
Welcome to our guide to Cleethorpes, Grimsby, Immingham and the Lincolnshire Wolds. Whether you’re looking for a short break away, or a long staycation, there’s something for everyone on our doorstep. Sea and sandfour miles of sandy beaches and stunning views Nature aboundsnature reserves, woodland, and an AONB Active travellerpaddle boarding, walking and cycling heaven Shoppers’ delightplenty of independent shops and home to Lincolnshire’s biggest shopping centre Amazing eventscheck out the calendar for your favourites Great foodfish and chips or smoked fish anyone? All that, along with our fantastic B&Bs, hotels and guesthouses make for a great place to visit.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
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Hints & Tips
Our coastline plays host to many events throughout the year from processions of classic Mini Coopers along the promenade to arts and culture events brought to you by Birdhouse Theatre. Other firm favourites such as Armed Forces weekend and the ABP Coastal Half Marathon are regulars in our event calendar. Meridian Showground Arena has many exciting events throughout the year from music events such as the annual Fake Festival and The Gathering to sporting activities like Race for Life and It’s a Knockout, not forgetting family favourites such as the Mega Fun Fair Fun Park and the circus.
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Docks Beers brewery tour Alfred Enderby’s Smoked Fish Tour Deep sea fishing Ross Tiger tour Chocolate making workshop
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Gallagher’s Oaklands Hall Hotel Suzies Cup of Joy Figs Dovedale Hotel Petit Delight Cleethorpes Taphouse & Kitchen Millfields Hotel Stallingborough Grange Hotel Riverhead Coffee
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10 great stops for that important coffee break
We know it’s important to have that ‘break’ whether it’s from shopping or why not try Riverhead Coffee • Gallagher’s • Suzies Cup of Joy • The Globe • Shaney’s • Tin Jug • Cleethorpes Taphouse & Kitchen • The Baker’s Mill • Marples • Seven Tea Four
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Leisure centres From swimming pools and aqua discos to badminton, table tennis and roller discos Sandpit and paddling pool Located next to the Discovery Centre (Cleethorpes Taphouse & Kitchen), the children can enjoy the sunshine, build sandcastles and make a splash! Indoor play areas These will keep your little ones amused for hours Jungle Zoo Get up and close to a variety of animals from crocodiles to monkeys, feathered friends to slimy critters. Fishing Heritage Centre and Ross Tiger This hands-on interactive museum will give you an experience of a bygone era. Take a guided tour of the Ross Tiger and see the conditions of life aboard one of Britain’s few remaining traditional side-trawlers. 5
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Our coastal town of Cleethorpes plays host to miles of lovely sandy coastline. Our beautiful beach is cleaned daily and patrolled by our Beach Safety Officers. It’s easy to relax, take time out and breathe in the fresh sea air. Enjoy the sand between your toes whilst admiring the scenery or head out onto the water and try stand up paddle boarding, sea kayaking or kiteboarding. There are places to hire out equipment and take taster sessions, so go on and dive right in! When you have had enough of the lovely beach, why not head onto the proms and enjoy a game of crazy golf, amuse yourself in the arcades or head towards the boating lake and feed the ducks. You can hire a rowing boat whilst you are there: the kids will love it. Don’t forget to try some of our fabulous sea food whilst your walking down the proms.
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Browse through the many individual boutique shops along Sea View Street and Meridian Point Craft Centre and refuel with coffee and cake. You will be spoilt for choice. When your legs are starting to feel tired hop onto the lollipop land train or the Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway, a narrow gauge steam railway that runs along the lakeside, your legs will thank you for it! Photo cr
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Head south from the leisure centre and explore the sand dunes, this part of the beach is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is an excellent place for bird watching – don’t forget your binoculars! Keep on going, and you’ll find a lovely stretch of sand enjoyed by many including dog walkers, kite-surfers and horse riders. Drop by the Tourist Information Centre located inside Cleethorpes library on Alexander Road for up to date information on ‘what’s on’ in our beautiful resort.
Family Fun Traditional seaside family fun is plentiful along the North East Lincolnshire coastline. Visit the beautiful coastal town of Cleethorpes and enjoy our beach where you can build sandcastles, collect shells, fly kites, take a dip in the water or have a ride on one of our famous donkeys. For those of you who want a bit more in the way of exercise, why not try a session of stand-up paddle boarding or kayaking or hire a bike from the Cleethorpes Cycle Hub near the train station. Or how about heading up to the North Prom, where you can take a sprint or try out the exercise benches due to be installed later this year. There are many fun things to do including crazy golf, ten pin bowling or try your luck in the amusement arcades. Enjoy a walk along the promenade and enjoy an ice cream from one of the many ice cream parlours along the seafront or hop on the land train if your legs are feeling tired. Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway is one of the most popular (and oldest) attractions in Cleethorpes and is a great activity for the children. Take a journey alongside the beautiful coastal track on one of Britain’s oldest miniature seaside railways. A café on site will quench your thirst and hunger and don’t forget to go souvenir hunting to remember the day. This award-winning attraction just has to be on your to-do list. The Fishing Heritage Centre situated in Grimsby is a multi-award winning attraction which is great for the whole family. The centre will take you back in time and the hands-on interactive museum will give you an experience of a bygone era. Take a guided tour of the Ross Tiger to experience the conditions of life aboard one of Britain’s few remaining traditional side-trawlers.
Whilst in Grimsby, take a trip back in time at the Time Trap Museum situated inside Grimsby Town Hall. Piece together Grimsby Town’s colourful history as you wander through the prison cells, around the twisting corridors and winding stairs. As well as being home to a range of exciting attractions, North East Lincolnshire’s natural landscape is a major attraction in itself. From stunning sandy beaches to the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds, it presents us with the perfect outdoor playground. Family friendly entertainment takes place throughout the year in North East Lincolnshire, from the annual Armed Forces Weekend to the variety of events held at Meridian Park Showground and across our borough. North East Lincolnshire is a perfect destination for all the family. 9
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A “paw”- fect holiday Why not take your dog on holiday? Just think, no kennel fees and you can enjoy some quality time with your beloved pooch. North East Lincolnshire is the perfect place for your dog to get its daily dose of exercise, from beautiful parks, woods and don’t forget our stunning beach.
Photo: Dogs in country park – Kellygrayq
Places to stay We have a variety of dog-friendly accommodation; please check our listings to find your ideal place for you and your four legged friends while you’re here. Places to eat Many of our cafes and restaurants will allow dogs but it’s always best to check. The aptly named Waggie Tail Café caters specially for dogs and serves up lovely canine cuisine. Meanwhile, at Cleethorpes Taphouse & Kitchen, you can grab a pizza and a pint with your dog in tow. The Globe welcomes dogs in their café too, so you can both relax over coffee and cake. Places to run
Photo: Dog in café – Cav.ned
Dogs are welcome on our main beach from October to April, but there are restrictions in Spring and Summer due to children playing on the beach and the infamous Cleethorpes donkeys. Dogs are free to roam on the beach from Cleethorpes Leisure Centre towards Humberston Fitties all year round. If you are unsure of your dog’s recall abilities then please keep them on a lead, especially near bird nesting areas.
In between the sunshine!
The East coast is one of the drier places in England but sometimes the sun doesn’t want to shine. A little rain shouldn’t spoil your fun, though, and North East Lincolnshire is a great place to visit whatever the weather. Escape inside to our many indoor attractions. Go for a strike at Cleethorpes Bowling Centre or spend a few hours watching the silver screen at Parkway Cinema. Pop into the many amusements along the promenade or find your way out of the Labyrinth Escape Rooms in Grimsby. Children will enjoy the soft play centres or the Jungle Zoo where they can get up close to furry critters. Alternatively, why not splash about at one of our leisure centres or get your skates on at Grimsby Ice Rink. If history and heritage is more to your liking, take a trip to the award-winning Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre where you can experience what life was like working in one of the most dangerous professions. North East Lincolnshire will keep you entertained rain or shine.
Cleethorpes Country Park is a great place for your dog to let off steam, there is even a dedicated doggy swimming area. Weelsby Woods is an open space with natural areas, open grassland and woods. Your dog will have so much fun and in the summer months and at most weekends there’s something for you as well with the café ice cream parlour on the site. 10
The Great Outdoors Drive 15 minutes from our towns and you will venture into our beautiful countryside. Here you will find wonderful walks and cycle routes to suit all abilities. Photo credit to Pecks19
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With over 50 parks and open spaces to enjoy such as Cleethorpes Country Park, Peoples Park, Weelsby Woods and Homestead Park to name a few, North East Lincolnshire has many wonderful outdoor spaces. The Victorian People’s Park has 23 acres of grounds with a central lake playing host to mallard, coot and Canada geese. It’s a lovely spot to while away an afternoon and enjoy a picnic and in the summer months hosts various music events at the Victorian band stand. Cleethorpes Country Park has 158 acres of natural parkland with a lake for fishing, surrounded by an accessible footpath. The regular Park Run on a Saturday morning takes place here. Weelsby Woods is an open space which contains natural areas as well as open grassland, large play facilities and car parking. In 2010 Weelsby Woods was designated a Local Nature Reserve.
Running and walking The beautiful open countryside of the Lincolnshire Wolds is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and features miles of walks and several attractive villages. Grab your walking boots and choose one of the many wonderful walks in North East Lincolnshire. We have gentle wanders, brisk coastal strolls or longer rambles in the countryside such as the 20 mile circular route the ‘Wanderlust Way’. This route was named to commemorate the life and work of James Neville Cole, founder of the ‘Wanderlust Rambling Club’ (www.wanderlust.me.uk). It starts and finishes at Bradley Woods, passing through attractive small villages and across woods and farmland of the undulating Lincolnshire Wolds, from where there are views across the mouth of the Humber Estuary. For more walks with downloadable maps please refer to https://www. nelincs.gov.uk/sports-and-leisure/cycling-walkingand-riding/walking-routes or drop into our Tourist Information Centre for free maps and advice to help you plan your route. If running is your preference, aside from beating your way around our beautiful countryside and coastline, why not have a go at one of many staple running events in the calendar – whether it’s the Gy10K, a circular town-based 10K held in the summer, or Santa Strides in the winter, or for something more challenging, why not consider the ABP Coastal Half Marathon? Grimsby and Cleethorpes offer some great routes with spectacular scenery.
Bradley and Dixon Woods together make up a local nature reserve on the south side of Grimsby. There has been woodland on this site for over 1000 years and it is even mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086) as the village of Bradley and the ‘broad-wood’.
Cycling North East Lincolnshire is perfect cycling country under open skies, along country lanes, quiet roads, across stunning ridge-tops and be inspired by the amazing vistas. We also have many routes for all ages, abilities and levels of confidence, including bike friendly rides for children and advanced and challenging routes for those more experienced riders. From the child friendly ‘ice cream on the prom’ route to the 16 mile circuit ‘Ploughshares, carts and manor houses’ to the very challenging and hilly 26 mile route ‘ Hint of the Wolds’. Whatever your ability, there is a route for you. The Grimsby and Cleethorpes Cycle Hubs, located conveniently at the railway stations, have a range of maps with routes to try and have a range of bikes to hire suitable for adults and children with helmets, lights and locks included. Please visit www.cyclehublincs. org.uk for more information.
On The Water North East Lincolnshire offers great opportunities to get out onto the water. Try SUP (stand up paddle boarding) or kayaking, with courses and taster sessions available for all ages and abilities. Kite boarding is another fun adrenaline fueled activity out on the water with taster sessions and one to one training available.
you will be spoilt for choice!
North East Lincolnshire is home to no less than 4 golf courses, all within a 10 mile radius. Laceby golf course is an 18 hole, par 72, parkland course in 150 acres of the Lincolnshire Wolds. You can stay and play as the 5 star lodges overlook the beautifully manicured golf course each boasting a private sunken hot tub and wifi. Cleethorpes Golf Club is an 18 hole mature flat coastal course. The course is easy walking and a challenge for all, especially when the breeze is up. Try a hole in one while breathing in the fresh sea air. Grimsby Golf Club offers a great course with professional coaching available, should you wish to stay over, special rates are available at the partner hotel The Humber Royal situated next door to the clubhouse. Waltham Windmill golf club offers an excellent and challenging golf course for members and visitors alike. With a modern refurbished clubhouse and a bar and restaurant on site you can easily spend a whole day here.
For something a little more relaxing why not hire a boat at Cleethorpes boating lake or have a go at some deep sea fishing. Your four legged friends have not been forgotten with a dedicated doggy swimming lake situated at Cleethorpes Country Park.
For the nature lovers
Cleethorpes is a great place to visit if you want to see our feathered friends, especially in the winter months. North East Lincolnshire’s coastline is the gateway to the Humber Estuary and ornithologists regard it as one of the top 10 estuaries in Europe and a UK hotspot for migrating birds. The wide variety of waders and estuary birds that can be seen in winter is outstanding and they do come close inshore as they follow the tide. It’s important to avoid disturbing the birds so please remember to keep yourself and pets at a distance. The beach between Thorpe Park caravan site and Wonderland is predominately extensive low sand flats more than a kilometre wide and includes a developing saltmarsh. Beyond the saltmarsh is a kilometre of sand bank which is an important high tide wader roost. This area is internationally significant for over 10,000 Knot, over 3,000 Dunlin, over 1,000 Oystercatchers and 500 Bar-tailed godwits. More than 100 Brent geese use the muddy areas Redshanks and Curlew are always present. There is a hard surface footpath and cycleway stretching some four and a half kilometres along Marine Walk and Promenade giving views along the length of the Special Site of Scientific Interest (SSSI) and Local Nature Reserve. The whole area is an important high tide wader roost for feeding larks, snow buntings, reed buntings, yellow hammers and flocks of Twite and Linnet.
Cleethorpes boating lake lies at the southern end of the resort and consists of two lakes with a connecting channel. The grassed area surrounding the lake is ideal for picnics. Many Barnacle or Greylag geese and ducks have made this their home, so why not take the opportunity to feed our feathered friends or hire a boat to continue your exploration (seasonal). Cleethorpes Country Park is a 64 hectare oasis which includes a 7 acre lake, grassland, wildflower meadows, wetland and woodland. The lake has a designated dog swimming area and the path around is ideal for wheelchair users and pushchairs. On a Saturday morning you will see up to 200 people participating in the local Park Run. Mayflower Wood is a 120 acre woodland which includes trees and shrubs from a variety of species as well as family picnic areas, nature trails and a looped walkway connecting local villages. Further along the coast you will find Donna Nook nature reserve, a 10km stretch which is often used by the Royal Air Force as a practice bombing range. This doesn’t deter the wildlife and year after year each winter the grey seals make their home in the saltmarsh to give birth to their pups. The Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that is the Lincolnshire Wolds is the highest land in eastern England between Kent and Yorkshire. The landscape of the Wolds consists of woodland, grassland and abandoned chalk pits providing important habitats for rare flowers and wildlife and is some of Britain’s finest countryside.
Cleethorpes sand dunes, from the Leisure Centre to RSPB Tetney Marshes is a Local Nature Reserve and SSSI and is one of the best examples of a wildflower meadow in Lincolnshire: a June visit will see the spectacular display of orchids. 16
Take a piece of US home Docks Beers
Launched in 2018, Docks Beers consists of a 15 barrel brewery and taproom inside a deconsecrated church near the famous Grimsby docks. Visitors can watch the brewers at work making up to 20,000 pints a week. Their crafted beers are a hit with the locals and visitors alike and can be bought to take away in special packs along with branded t-shirts, caps and vinyl stickers. Docks Academy is a brand new venue above the taproom which will host live music, comedy, theatre and events in Grimsby which will open early 2020. Tours of the brewery take place twice a month. www.docksbeers.com. Forw4rd Drop by Forw4rd in the Market Place in Cleethorpes for unique branded ‘meggies’ clothing wear from bags, hoodies, hats and t-shirts. The name ‘meggies’ refers to our coastal town of Cleethorpes. It’s unclear where the name ‘meggies’ came from but there are a few theories. Some say Isaac’s Hill used to be called Meg’s Island, others say a ‘meggie’ was the cost of the tram fare from Grimsby to Cleethorpes. Another theory was anyone that was born on or above the hill in Cleethorpes was called a ‘meggie’ and according to legend was a woman called Meg who lured boats into Cleethorpes by a shining light when they became trapped on the rocks and lose their cargo, Meg would collect the ‘lost’ cargo for herself. Where ever the name originated from, it is still used to this present day and unique to our area so treat yourself to a branded ‘meggies’ wear where you will not find anywhere else! www.forw4rd.com
Bygo Art Claire is the lady behind Bygo Art, having studied at Eleanor Street Art School before continuing her studies at Lincoln University and others to further her skills in design. Claire has always had a passion for her home town of Grimsby, the buildings, the history of the town and the meaning behind the name Grimsby. As some historic buildings were beginning to fall into disrepair, Claire used her skills to create vibrant and modern artwork featuring North East Lincolnshire’s iconic buildings and places to highlight the uniqueness of our coastal towns. Her artwork is popular with both visitors & residents alike so why not treat yourself and take a piece of North East Lincolnshire home too. Check out BygoArt on Facebook. Duffys Chocolate Do you love a bit of chocolate? Then you are in for a real treat. Single origin artisan chocolate bars made from cacao sourced from different regions all over the world and produced in North East Lincolnshire, that’s what Duffy’s Chocolate is all about. Visit their studio at Humberston Business Park to view the many different chocolate combinations available. They also offer children’s and adults workshops where you can make your own chocolate inspired sweet treats. www.duffyschocolate.co.uk Alfred Enderby Grimsby Traditional Smoked Haddock is recognised internationally and has Protected Geographical Indication status, which means the only haddock smoked the traditional way in Grimsby can be called Grimsby Traditional Smoked Haddock. Alfred Enderby Grimsby pride themselves on the high quality skill and craftsmanship that goes into their award-winning smoked fish products. Standing on Grimsby’s dockside, their traditional smokehouse, with distinctive ornate iron cowls, is around a hundred years old. Awarded by the Guild of Fine Food for their smoked salmon and smoked haddock, their product is sent out across the whole of the UK. Tours of the smoke house can be organised by arrangement too. www.alfredenderby.co.uk 19
Mayflower 400 anniversary In 1620, the Mayflower ship sailed from England carrying passengers who began one of the earliest colonies in America. Those passengers became known as the Pilgrims. Many were families from Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Before reaching America, the Pilgrims fled England for Holland. They made their historic escape from Immingham’s shores in 1608. Immingham is one of eleven towns and cities taking part in the national Mayflower partnership who have been working together to mark the 400-year anniversary of the Mayflower sailing in 2020. From November 2019, Immingham began with a range of exciting events and activities, some of which will leave a lasting legacy beyond 2020. A brand new exhibition – The Mayflower Pilgrims’ Journey of Discovery – has recently been put in the town’s museum which tells the story of the Mayflower Pilgrims and the special link with the town. The display includes an interactive touch screen table holding historical documents and maps as well as a section for children with fun games and the opportunity to test your knowledge of the pilgrims with a quiz. By early spring, a new pilgrim heritage trail will be installed, linking key sites for the visitor to learn about the pilgrims and their escape in 1608. In addition, a new website www.imminghamheritage. co.uk will go live and will highlight the town’s intriguing history including information about Immingham Dock, tin town and the importance of the railways.
Immingham is hosting a range of events and activities to commemorate Mayflower 400 in 2020. In February, the multi-award winning folk singer Seth Lakeman appeared at St Andrew’s church as part of his tour associated with his new album ‘A Pilgrim’s Tale’. The concert was at one of the first locations significant to the Mayflower story. On Tuesday 12 May, the town celebrates Immingham Pilgrims Day, the exact day that the Pilgrims fled from the banks of the Humber Estuary in 1608. It is hoped that children from local schools will participate on the day to learn more about the Pilgrims and their history. Immingham will host a community Mayflower Celebration Day on Saturday 13 June, fun for all the family and more. A guest lecture planned for Saturday 27 June at St Andrew’s church by Dr Anna Scott, Associate Lecturer at Lincoln University, who will give a fascinating talk about the Pilgrims, their escape in 1608 from our shores and their onward journey on the Mayflower to the New World. More plans are being made including the planting of a new Pilgrim 400 Apple tree and the year will conclude with ILLUMINATE IMMINGHAM 2020. Visit www.imminghamheritage.co.uk for latest information. 21
A visit to the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre Since Great Grimsby pioneered the first successful steam trawlers in the 1880s, the port rose to become described as the World’s Premier Fishing Port. Fresh fish was available nationwide and a national dish of Fish and Chips became possible. The success was not without cost. Thousands of men have lost their lives in the endeavour to bring fish home to Grimsby. The 1950’s alone saw the loss of 32 Grimsby trawlers. Discover the story of our trawler men as you sign on as a crew member for a journey back to the height of fishing. Here, you will experience the sights, sounds and smells of Great Grimsby’s past. Our original trawler interiors and accurate replicas will show you a glimpse of a fascinating way of life that will never be seen in the same way again. You’ll have a whole new appreciation for fish. The Ross Tiger, which is moored behind Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre, is today thought to be the earliest surviving large diesel side trawler in the UK. She entered service in early 1957, just after the port celebrated 100 years since the opening of the first industrial fish dock in 1856. Take a guided tour to experience the conditions of life aboard a traditional side-trawler as part of your visit to our award winning museum.
Just a short drive out of town lies Waltham Windmill. This historic building is an iconic six storied, six sailed working mill built between 1878 to 1880 by John Saunderson of Louth. Visit the Museum of Rural Life in the grounds of Waltham Windmill which incorporates the RAF Grimsby Exhibition, or take a ride on the miniature railway and wander the unique craft units. Grimsby Minster is one of the iconic buildings in the heart of the town - well worth a look around just to enjoy the peaceful space. The Minster also hosts events through the year – keep a look out online for more. Great Grimsby Town Hall and Grimsby Time Trap Museum. Discover the town’s colourful past as you venture into the depths of the prison cells at Grimsby Town Hall. Through twisting corridors and winding stairs, you can piece together the town’s history. Visit the Greenwich Meridian Line in Cleethorpes situated along the coastal path, where east meets west. In 1884, zero degrees longitude was established by international agreement as the Greenwich Meridian. This was the world’s prime meridian for measuring longitude and a standard time now known as Greenwich Mean Time. It has been marked in Cleethorpes since the 1930s when a company called Hadfields Ltd of Sheffield presented a plate to be laid in the path and to test their new non-corroding steel – still there today. Guided walks are available highlighting historical hotspots.
We have many restaurants, cocktail bars and cafes in North East Lincolnshire serving cuisine from many cultures. From Italian to Indian, Moroccan to Greek, vegan and vegetarian specialists, and not forgetting British food favourites such as fish and chips, there’s something to suit all tastes and budgets. Café culture is booming in Cleethorpes with plenty of places to stop for your favourite skinny latte or to indulge in a traditional cream tea.
After hours From international cuisine to tasty snacks, trendy bars to nightclubs, you are guaranteed to have the perfect night out in North East Lincolnshire. Visit the Grimsby Auditorium to see a variety of live acts from some of the country’s top comedians, to ballets and West End touring shows. There is also Caxton’s Theatre in Grimsby where you can see local theatre productions. Meridian Point in Cleethorpes hosts a selection of activities from our seven screen cinema complex, ten pin bowling alley, soft play areas and a selection of food outlets. If you’re looking for places which will take you into the early hours, then the Cleethorpes resort has a vast choice of bars and clubs offering a great selection of drinks from cocktails to craft beers with resident DJ’s and live acts to party the night away.
We have many fine dining options on offer too. With such a wonderful choice of local produce available in Lincolnshire it’s hardly surprising the food in our restaurants is so impressive. Top tip: why not take a trip to the Pig and Whistle in Healing, home to the ‘Lincolnshire Chef’ Steven Bennett.
North East Lincolnshire has a variety of shopping opportunities including high street brands, independent stores and traditional markets. In the resort of Cleethorpes, enjoy browsing a whole host of independent stores and boutiques nestled amongst some high street favourites. It’s well worth a visit to Sea View Quarter, previous runners up of the Great British High Street Awards, where you’ll find specialists in clothing, homeware, gifts and jewellery. After a busy morning or afternoon spent around the shops, why not stop off at one of the many cafes, bars and restaurants in the resort? Meanwhile, Freshney Place in Grimsby is Lincolnshire’s largest indoor shopping centre and home to many well-known named brands. If you take a leisurely stroll over to Abbeygate, you will find a lovely retail arcade with an eclectic mix of independent boutiques stocking the latest designer clothing, unique gifts and eateries.
Explore nearby Discover beyond North East Lincolnshire and enjoy tranquil countryside, market towns and the historic city of Lincoln. Our nearby market towns of Louth, Market Rasen and Horncastle are bursting with independent shops and charming eateries. With many family fun attractions such as Wolds Wildlife Park and Go Ape only a short drive away. For those who love delving into history, then a trip to the historic city of Lincoln is a must visit including the iconic Cathedral and Lincoln Castle where you will find only one of the four remaining original copies of the Magna Carta. Take a trip over the iconic Humber Bridge, once the longest suspension bridge in the world, to Kingston upon Hull and explore the city’s rich heritage. For the historically minded, you could visit one of the many halls and gardens in our neighbouring North Lincolnshire such as Scawby Hall or Elsham Hall. If you prefer wildlife spotting, take a trip to Donna Nook National Nature Reserve and if you visit during the seal season (October to December) you will witness hundreds of grey seals and their newly born pups, a wildlife spectacle which attracts many visitors from all over the UK.
April 3 April – The Sherlocks, Docks Academy, Grimsby 3 – 19 April – Cleethorpes Easter Fun Fair Fun Park, Meridian Showground 4 April – Red Herring Comedy Club, Docks Academy, Grimsby 5 April – Abbey Road Guided Tour 10 April – Easter Eggspress, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway 11 April – Geekmania, Easter Edition, Cleethorpes Leisure Centre, Cleethorpes 11 April – Mud Morganfield, Docks Academy, Grimsby 19 April – Grimsby Streets Guided Tour 24 April – Tom Stade, Docks Academy, Grimsby 25 April – Oh My God! It’s The Church, The Genesis Tour, Docks Academy, Grimsby 25 – 26 April – Family Fun Weekend – Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway
3 May – Cleethorpes Guided Tour
12 – 13 – 14 June – Ray’s Rockin Jamboree, Beachcomber, Cleethorpes
10 May – Craft Fair – Memorial Hall, Cleethorpes 12 May – Pilgrims Day, Immingham 16 May – K.O.G and the Zongo Brigade, Docks Academy, Grimsby 17 May – Race for Life, Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes 20 – 22 May – Burn the Floor, Kevin Clifton, Joanne Clifton, Grimsby Auditorium 23 – 25 May – Cleethorpes Folk & Cider Festival, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway 28 May – Smoove & Turrell with support Vanderbilt, Docks Academy, Grimsby
16 July – Outdoor Cinema Event – Paranormal Activity, Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes
19 July – Orsted, Great Grimsby 10k, Grimsby Town Centre 6 June – Fake Festival, Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes
9 May – Mega Mini Meet Up, Cleethorpes Resort
31 October – Haunted Halloween Hobble, Discovery Centre, Cleethorpes
17 July – Outdoor Cinema Event – Grease Sing-a-long, Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes
2 May – Red Herring Comedy Club, Docks Academy, Grimsby
8 – 9 May - VE Celebration Weekend, Cleethorpes Resort
11 – 12 July – Summer Steam Extravaganza, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway
13 June – Festival event, Grimsby Town Centre 13 June – Mayflower Celebration Day, Immingham 13 June – The Retrobaits – Ray’s Rockin Jamboree, Beachcomber, Cleethorpes 13/14 June – Teddy Bears Picnic, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway 14 June – Craft Fair – Memorial Hall, Cleethorpes 20 June – The Gathering Festival, Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes 21 June – Cleethorpes Blues, Rhythm & Rock Festival, Beachcomber, Cleethorpes 26 – 28 June – Armed Forces Weekend, Cleethorpes resort
23 – 31 May – Mega Fun Fair, Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes
August 8 August – Healing Village Fest, Healing August TBC – Mega Fun Fair, Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes
September 11-20 September – Heritage Open Days, various locations 13 September – Craft Fair – Memorial Hall, Cleethorpes 18 – 20 September – Cleethorpes Rail, Ale & Blues Festival, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway 20 September – ABP Half Marathon & 10K, Cleethorpes Resort
October 3 – 4 October – PAW Patrol, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway
14 November – Christmas Fair, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway 15 November – Craft Fair – Memorial Hall, Cleethorpes 19 November – Grimsby Christmas Light Switch on 20 November – Roy Chubby Brown, Grimsby Auditorium 21 November – Christmas Fair, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway, Cleethorpes 28 – 29 November – Santa Specials, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway November TBC – Illuminate 2020, Immingham Nov – Dec TBC – Cleethorpes Christmas Lights Switch-On, St Peter’s Church, Cleethorpes
December 5,6,12,13,19-24 December, Santa Specials, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway 6 December – Craft Fair – Memorial Hall, Cleethorpes 20 December – Santa Stride, Discovery Centre, Cleethorpes Dates correct at time of printing
28 – 31 October – Hallowscream Express, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway
30 May – Cleethorpes Vegan Festival 2020, Memorial Hall, Cleethorpes
TRAVEL INFORMATION Getting to Cleethorpes, Grimsby & Immingham is easy. We’re just over an hour away from South Yorkshire and little further if you’re from Leeds or York.
Information Page Cleethorpes Tourist Information is situated inside Cleethorpes Library. Alexandra Road, Cleethorpes, DN35 8LG. 01472 326286 option 2, option 1 Cleethorpes Tourist Information Centre opening times High Season: 1April – 30 September Monday to Thursday: 10.30am to 3.30pm Friday: out in the resort Saturday: 10.30am to 1pm Sunday: 10.30am to 3.30pm Low Season: 1 October – 31 March Monday to Thursday 11am to 3pm Friday: closed Saturday: 11am to 1pm Sunday: closed Grimsby Tourist Information is situated in the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre. Alexandra Dock, Grimsby, DN31 1UZ. 01472 326286 option 2, option 3
Beach Safety and First Aid 139 Central Promenade, Cleethorpes, DN35 8TF. 01472 323356 Cleethorpes Lifeboat Station Central Promenade, Cleethorpes, DN35 8SE. 01472 690857 Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital Scartho Road, Grimsby, DN33 2BA. 01472 874111 NHS helpline 111 Train Services: Grimsby & Cleethorpes Transpennine Express www.tpexpress.co.uk Northern Railway www.northernrailway.co.uk East Midlands Trains www.eastmidlandstrains.co.uk Bus Services Stagecoach www.stagecoach.com Open Door GP, health care and social support – Albion Street, Grimsby, DN32 7DL 01472 722000 Emergency Services You can contact the police, ambulance service, fire brigade, coastguard and any other emergency service by dialling 999. You can also reach the police for non-emergencies by dialling 101.
By Road We’re easily accessible by road, being served by a comprehensive road network. The Humber Bridge and M62 motorway provides access from the North and West Yorkshire. Major routes include the M1 through to the M18 & M180 and the A1 and the A46 (from Lincoln, Newark and London). By Train A regular train service operates from all parts of the country directly into both Grimsby and Cleethorpes train stations. A direct service from Manchester via TransPennine Express with other routes from the south or north via Doncaster or Newark stations. By Air Humberside International Airport is around 15 miles away offering frequent flights to the UK and European centres including Amsterdam (Schipol) Airport. Other airports closeby include Doncaster Sheffield (1 hour away) and East Midlands (2 hours away). By Sea A ferry service operates from Hull to the continent including Holland and Belgium via P&O Ferries. GETTING AROUND Mobility Hire Mobility scooters are available to hire by the day or week from several outlets, including • Cleethorpes Mobility, High Street, Cleethorpes – go to www.cleethorpesmobility.com/rental
Visit the Shopmobility at the Customer Service Desk on Baxtergate Mall. More details can be found at www.freshneyplace.co.uk Cycle Hire Grimsby and Cleethorpes Cycle Hubs hire bikes out by the hour, day or week for adults and children. They also have a number of tandems and specialists bikes. Go to www. cyclehublincs.org.uk for more info. They can be found at Grimsby and Cleethorpes railway stations. You can even ‘park’ your bike there for safe indoor parking. COACH PARKING Parking for coaches is simple in North East Lincolnshire. There are two main coach parks. In Grimsby, this is located at the Fishing Heritage Centre [Postcode DN31 1UZ] and can be bookable in advance (recommended). Visitors can then easily access the main town centre for shopping, places to eat and drink and further cultural activities. In Cleethorpes, this is located in Grant Street [Postcode DN35 8BD], close to the train station. Within minutes, visitors can find themselves either by the beach or in the main shopping area There are 14 spaces for coaches and HGVs in this car park. Overnight coach parking can be found at Grant Street Car Park, Cleethorpes. For information about all car parks across North East Lincolnshire, visit: www.nelincs.gov.uk/roads-parking -transport/parking Free Wifi is available across North East Lincolnshire and the council have created this handy map showing all the hotspots https:// www.nelincs.gov.uk/ free-wifi
• Freshney Place Shopping Centre has both wheelchairs and self-drive scooters available to hire, subject to availability.
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Discover intriguing history at the Immingham Museum & Heritage Centre • Visit our brand new interactive exhibition about the town’s connection to the Mayflower Pilgrims.
OPENING HOURS Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. 1pm to 4pm
• Get up close to our extensive working model railway exhibition. • Learn the story of Immingham Dock from its construction and opening in 1912 and how it has developed to the present day. • Discover local social history.
ENTRY BY DONATION FREE PARKING WE WELCOME GROUPS
FIND US ON Immingham Museum & Heritage Centre, Pelham Road, Immingham, North East Lincolnshire, DN40 1QF. T: 01469 727215 E: email@example.com 35
HANDCRAFTED SILVER JEWELLERY As a family of silversmiths, crafting sterling and fine silver, our outlook is simple, look after and value our customers and create jewellery that is handcrafted, different and affordable. While creating silver in many styles and forms we specialise in... • Ashes Memory Jewellery • Sea Glass Pieces • Bespoke / Commissions • Silversmithing Workshops
Find us at our shop: Meridian Point Craft Centre Cleethorpes DN35 0AR (opposite Premier Inn) Or you can buy from our website www.coastalsilver.co.uk Call 07578266621 Find us on Facebook @CoastalSilver 36
OASTAL S ILV ER
Julies Ice Cream Parlour 39 Central Promenade Cleethorpes, DN35 8SE
Oddballs Crazy Golf Central Promenade Cleethorpes, DN35 8SE
Sandcastles Gift Shop 41 Central Promenade Cleethorpes, DN35 8SE
Lakeside Ice Cream Parlour Kings Road, Cleethorpes, DN35 0AH
Serving the paddling pool for over 50 years
Jades Ice Cream Parlour
97 Central Promenade Cleethorpes, DN35 8SE
Terrys Crazy Golf and Putting Green
Humber Pastimes Amusements
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50p Kids Rides Prize Bingo Air Hockey Basket Ball Sweet Cranes Tea/Coffee Donuts
Mobile: 07815 854966 Tel: 01472 826894 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
R A I L W AY ALEXANDRA DOCK, GREAT GRIMSBY, DN31 1UZ
Experience the sights, sounds and smells of the
‘WORLD’S PREMIER FISHING PORT’ An award winning celebration of the heritage of Great Grimsby
Climb aboard the historic ROSS TIGER trawler to find out more about our most dangerous peacetime occupation!
The family-friendly line! · Free admission to the site · Car parking at Ludborough · Picnic area and children’s playground · Station Shop, Buffet and Museum travel · Rover tickets give unlimited * on day of purchase
· Toilet facilities including disabled and
baby changing · Events throughout the season · Open Wednesdays and Sundays in August
Tel: 01472 323345
Ross Tiger painting ©Steve Farrow
* Special fares apply for 1940s Weekend and Santa Specials
Lincolnshire Wolds Railway Station Road, Ludborough Lincolnshire, DN36 5SH 01507 363881
Grimsby Town Hall Gaol
VISIT THE PRISON CELLS OF GRIMSBY’S TOWN HALL AND UNCOVER THE TOWN’S COLOURFUL PAST. OPENING HOURS: Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm (apart from Bank Holidays) Admission: £3 Adults, £2 Children (under 16). Group Discounts available. Take your Time Trap ticket to the Fishing Heritage Centre to receive 10% discount on entry price. Grimsby Town Hall Gaol, Town Hall Square, Grimsby.
T: 01472 324109 www.nelincs.gov.uk/timetrap 41
THE JUNGLE ZOO The Jungle Zoo, The Boating Lake, Cleethorpes T: 01472 291998 W: www.thejunglezoo.co.uk
The Jungle Zoo are proud to be one of the newest interactive zoo attractions to be found anywhere within the UK, aiming to be the best small family zoo in the country! Come rain or shine - whatever the weather and whatever your age - there is always something for you to, "see, learn, discover and do" here at The Jungle Zoo.
WALTHAM WINDMILL Waltham Windmill, Brigsley Road, Waltham T: 07747 597 438 W: www.walthamwindmill.org.uk Climb to the top floor of Waltham Windmill’s iconic six storied, six sailed working mill.
Visit the Museum of Rural Life incorporating the RAF Grimsby Exhibition. Several retail units on site, refreshments available. Free on-site parking, children’s playground and toilet facilities. Adjacent to Grimsby and Cleethorpes Model Engineers Society miniature railway. See Facebook page for opening times. The mill is open from Good Friday until the end of September, Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm. Bank Holiday Mondays, Tuesday to Sunday during local school Easter holidays, Whitsun, half-term and throughout the school summer holidays. Entrance to the mill £2 adults | 75p children £5 family ticket (2 adults 2 children) Museum entry by donation.
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Cleethorpes Leisure Centre
MAKE IT YOUR FIRST CHOICE…
Cleethorpes Cycle Hub The Old Stationmasters Office Station Road Cleethorpes DN35 8AY Tel: 01472 354986
Cycle Hire Secure Indoor Parking Cycle Servicing & Repairs Cycle Parts and Accessories
LOCAL PRODUCERS, LOCAL PRODUCTS FOR LOCAL PEOPLE 3rd FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH
Cleethorpes Seasonal Market In Market Street Wednesday’s & Saturdays LOOK OUT FOR DATES.
The Market is especially noted for its plants and flowers.
Grimsby Top Town Market
Open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 9am to 5pm Attached to Freshney Place Shopping Centre. Over 60 retail outlets selling a variety of goods by local traders. From healthy food options to quirky one off products.
Swimming with wave machine and slide Aqua and Roller Discos Gyms and Health Suite Holiday Activities and more…
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When VE day dawns on the 8th May 2020 When VE day dawns on the 8th May 2020 it will be 75 years since the guns fell silent it will be 75 years since the guns fell silent at the end of the war in Europe. at the end of the war in Europe. Join us in celebrating this momentous occasion Join us in celebrating this momentous occasion where we will be paying tribute to those from our where we will be paying tribute to those from our local communities that gave so much to ensure local communities that gave so much to ensure our freedom. our freedom.
8th May -- 10th May at 8th May 10th May at The Pier Gardens, Cleethorpes
The Pier Gardens, Cleethorpes Strike Wing Memorial and Remembrance Gate, Cleethorpes Strike Wing Memorial and Remembrance Gate, Cleethorpes COME ALONG FOR A WONDERFUL WEEKEND OF COME ALONG FORSTALLS A WONDERFUL WEEKEND OFALL AGES. ENTERTAINMENT, AND ACTIVITIES FOR ENTERTAINMENT, STALLS AND ACTIVITIES FOR ALL AGES.
T: 01472 692644 48
Look out for ‘Clawed’ our giant crab bursting through the wall!! Opening times: Monday - Thursday 06.00 - 16.00 Friday 06.00 - 15.00 Saturday 07.00 - Midday Premier Seafoods Ltd 3 Riby Street Grimsby DN31 3HF 01472 353353 www.kingcrab.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org King Crab / Premier Seafoods Ltd. Twitter @Premierseafoods 50
How do we know that our fish is the best? Because it is from Grimsby!! With decades of experience behind us here at Premier Seafoods we pride ourselves on our quality and service. We attend the local Grimsby fresh fish auction early every morning sourcing the best of the days catch. Our fresh fish is bought, processed and ready for sale within the hour in our shop. Our friendly staff will put you at ease and guide you through the days fresh and frozen displays. We stock 250 different seafood products specializing in fresh cod, haddock, salmon, dressed crabs, kippers, prawns and our specialty the delicious King Crab. We will pack your purchases in a chilled leak proof box should you have a lengthy journey ahead of you.
VERONICA’S LARDER is a family run restaurant which values a traditional approach to the dining experience. From our ingredient sourcing, food preparation and cooking techniques, right down to our licenced restaurant atmosphere.
We have carefully considered all aspects to ensure our guests have an authentic good honest fresh cooked dining experience.
We offer a variety of homemade meals, including our popular all-day breakfast and our traditional afternoon tea. Our homemade cakes are perfect when accompanied by our selection of beverages. Open 9am-5pm 7 days a week Fully licensed 65 Central Promenade, Cleethorpes, DN35 8SE Tel: 01472 290107 Find us on Facebook: Jonny Donuts and Olivers Eatery OCEAN FISH BAR 50 St Peters Avenue, Cleethorpes DN35 8HP T: 01472 603590 W: Oceanfishbar-cleethorpes.co.uk
Well established family run business. Takeaway and restaurant with licensed bar. The restaurant can seat 134. Reasonably priced menu with good variation. Vegetarian options available in the restaurant.
Be our guest...
Coffee Shop and Ice Cream Parlour North Promenade, Cleethorpes (next to the Pier)
The only cafe positioned directly on the beach, with huge windows overlooking the Humber Estuary and all around to the promenade itself.
We have a dedicated dog friendly room, with its own access directly from the slipway to the beach, so feel free to join us whatever the weather.
Throughout North East Lincolnshire there is a great selection of accommodation to choose from. Whether you want a beachfront hotel, boutique properties, national chains or a family run guest house or b&b you will be spoilt for choice, not to mention self-catering accommodation and caravan and camping options. List icons for accommodation below.
Hotels / B & B’s / Self Catering etc En-suite rooms
Ground floor rooms
Ground floor ensuite rooms
Lodges/pods for hire
Flavours and toppings include: Chocolate orange, banana, toffee fudge, bubblegum Chocolate buttons, smarties, cream, meringue, honeycomb, marshmallows
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Electric hook up
TV in all bedrooms Tea/coffee tray in bedrooms
We’re all about relaxing and spending quality time together, so find a table, place your order at the counter, then enjoy the views and surroundings while we prepare it for you. Everything is made fresh using quality ingredients from local suppliers where possible.
Gas exchange Food shop
Electric cooker Washing machine
Home of the ‘BUILD YOUR OWN’ ICE CREAM SUNDAES, WAFFLES AND CREPES
Restaurant/cafe on site
Disabled access/wheelchair friendly
H Linen hire available
Disabled access/wheelchair friendly
Open all year
Children’s play area
Children’s play area Dogs/pets allowed No pets Open all year Licensed bar Short breaks available
Well-equipped accommodation for holidays and medium term lets
Situated in the heart of Cleethorpes
Grange Farm Cottages are situated on the edge of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds, yet with easy access to the major holiday resort of Cleethorpes. Our tasteful and sympathetic conversion of a Victorian Coach House provides three stylish and roomy cottages, a unique blend of tradition and luxury.
We look forward to meeting you and making your stay a pleasant one.
Each cottage has its own private patio / garden. All cottages have one double and one twin bedroom. All our cottages are equipped to a very high standard. Onsite family-run restaurant, Veronica's Larder, offers a traditional approach to dining, providing a good-honest, fresh-cooked dining experience.
Waltham Road, Barnoldby le Beck 07947627663 www.grangefarmcottages.com Awaiting Visit England star rating
This family run hotel first opened as a guest house in 1990 before expanding into a hotel, bar and restaurant by 2005. The style is modern and contemporary but retains itâ€™s character. Over the years, the restaurant has won numerous awards and the hotel attained accreditations for service and class. We offer rooms to couples, families and corporate guests with a couple of accessible, and pet friendly rooms. All en-suite rooms offer Sky TV with premium sport and entertainment channels, tea and coffee, ironing facilities, telephone, toiletries, room service and breakfast. For prices, call us today or visit us online.Tel: 01472 692988
Windy Ridge Holiday Cottages Fishing Lakes & Touring Caravan site 07989819478 / 01472488985
Windy Ridge, New Delights Tetney, Lincs, DN36 5PA Two New Holiday Cottages Just Finished Ready for 2020 5 Pitch Touring Caravan Site Two Lovely Fishing Lakes Adults Only / Pet Friendly Rural & Tranquil, set in 5 Acres Close to Cleethorpes, Louth, Mablethorpe & Grimsby Perfect for all Nature Lovers, Walkers, Cyclist & Fishermen
Luxury Holiday Lodges for Sale. Second homes and rental investment.
Perfectly situated in 150 acres of parkland, Laceby Manor Resort offers the ultimate in tranquillity. Our lodges are surrounded by stunning views of the golf course set on the picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds, and are only a short drive to the seaside.
www.lacebymanor.co.uk Tel: 01472 873468
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AT THE ST JAMES HOTEL
Free car parking • Free Wi-Fi • Just a 15 minute drive to Cleethorpes Beach
Book your room now! USE CODE CL/TG T 0147 235 9771 E email@example.com www.corushotels.com/grimsby 58
Isn’t it time you changed your view? LACEBY MANOR RESORT, LACEBY, GRIMSBY, NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE, DN37 7LD TEL. 01472 873468 WWW.LACEBYMANOR.CO.UK 59
Luxury & unique venue hire for meetings, conferences and weddings
BOOK DIRECT FOR BEST RATES
With 27 well appointed Bedrooms, a Restaurant with A la Carte menu and a Bar offering a range Guest Ales and Bar Meals as well as a Gym, New Sauna and Changing Rooms, Wireless Internet Access and FREE Onsite Car Parking, Millfields Hotel is always a great choice for business or pleasure all year round.
Millfields Hotel, 53 Bargate, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire DN34 5AD
Telephone: 01472 356068 www.millfieldshotel.co.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SNAILSSPACE The Old Station Yard, Station Road Ludborough, DN36 5SH T: 07725 952908 E: email@example.com Along with 2 well equipped self-catering rental cabins, we have a small ‘boutique’ hard standing campsite, accepting motorhomes and tourers, with facilities and EHU. We’re situated in a quiet countryside location, alongside the Lincolnshire Wolds Steam Railway. We are open all year and pets are welcome (2 dogs max). Trip Advisor Certificate of excellence. Pitchup Review Awards winner
Perfect for MEETINGS & EVENTS ACCOMODATION CONFERENCE & BUSINESS For bookings & enquires call +44 (0) 1472 872 248 www.oaklandshallhotel.co.uk www.thecomfyduck.co.uk
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CLOVES B&B 11 Bradford Avenue, Cleethorpes DN35 0BB T: 01472 600800 - 07702595098 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Heritage and luxury effortlessly combine to create a quintessential home from home experience. The 18th century property, which has been family-run since its conversion from a house in 1989, offers unspoilt country house living at its very best. Our elegant and distinguished Thatched Cottage hotel boasts 42 individually styled rooms and suites and offers fine dining featuring local produce in the Dining Room and Thatchers Bar and Lounge. Alternatively, you can dine Al Fresco in our gardens. Please note we are dog friendly. We are located on the outskirts of Grimsby and Cleethorpes making it the perfect countryside getaway. Explore local villages, walking routes and the heart of Lincolnshire. For more information please contact reservations on: 01469 561302 or email: email@example.com www.stallingboroughgrange.co.uk A WARM WELCOME TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY..
Join us at Stallingborough Grange Hotel and receive £5.00 off in The Thatchers Bar and Lounge when you spend £25 or more. T&C’s Apply. To be used on food only and not in conjunction with any other offers.
CANAL FARM COTTAGES
WOLDS VIEW TOURING PARK
16 Dolphin Street, Cleethorpes, DN35 8NE T: 01472 608320 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.dolphinrooms.co.uk.
Austen Fen, Grainthorpe Nr Louth LN11 0NX T: 01472 388825 E: email@example.com W: www.canalfarmcottages.co.uk
115 Brigg Road, Caistor, Lincs LN7 6RX T: 01472 851099 W: woldsviewtouringpark.co.uk
Three charming and well equipped cottages on the banks of the Louth Canal. Peaceful location, wonderful views of the Lincolnshire Wolds - near coastal nature reserves, Donna Nook only 5 miles. Perfect for cyclists, walkers and nature lovers. Wellstocked fishing lake for guestsâ€™ enjoyment. Well behaved dogs are welcome. Private patio areas and ample off road parking. Complimentary Wi-Fi.
12-18 Albert Road, Cleethorpes, DN35 8LX T: 01472 692988 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.dovedalehotel.com
JEDBURGH GUEST HOUSE
Wolds View Touring Park has been built to accommodate the discerning camper wanting to chill out and relax; in a child free environment. The standards are high with most visitors giving Wolds View 10 out of 10. We have 60 generously sized grass or hard standing pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents. Every pitch has 16amp electric metered hook-up (you only pay for what you use). We have a small shop and visitor reception (stocking camping essentials, ice cream, chilled drinks, fresh eggs and Calor gas), Wi-Fi, and a Coffee House serving breakfast and afternoon snacks.
26 Albert Road, Cleethorpes DN35 8LX T: 01472 508092 W: jedburghguesthouse.co.uk
Try Glamping with our Beach House 2 person Glamping pod, fully equipped to enjoy all y ear round.
CLEETHORPES SHOWGROUND CARAVAN PARK
BEECH FARM COTTAGES
Meridian Road, Kings Road, Cleethorpes DN35 0AR T: 07522 551 877 W: www.cleethorpescamping.co.uk W: email@example.com
Beech Farm Cottages, Station Road, Tetney DN36 5HX T: 01472 815935 / 07889 609 556 W: www.beechfarmcottages.co.uk
Cleethorpes Showground Caravan Park is a flat grassed area just minutes from the beach. It has provision for 60 pitches of which 50 have 10amp hook up.
Unwind in one of our Award winning self catering cottages located in Tetney village, a short drive to Cleethorpes, Grimsby and Louth, and surrounded by walking and cycling country.
A secure fence, masked by trees and shrubbery, surrounds the park which is superbly located within walking distance of Cleethorpes town centre and all the major attractions.
OPEN: Tuesday 24 March to Monday 2 November 2020
Originally a 19th century dairy farm set in seventeen acres of private grounds the cottages have been sympathetically converted and offer quality accommodation in peaceful surroundings. A perfect retreat whether on holiday, moving house, on business, working in the area, or visiting friends and family. 8 Cottages, 4 single storey Short/long term rentals available
GINNIE’S GUESTHOUSE 27 Queen’s Parade, Cleethorpes DN35 0DF Tel: 01472 694997 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.ginnies.co.uk Ginnie’s is an excellent 3 storey town house tastefully decorated and situated centrally in Cleethorpes, just off the sea front and ideally located with easy access to both ends of Cleethorpes attractions and leisure facilities, modern restaurants and cafe bars situated along the seafront. Whether you are walking, driving, cycling, motorcycling or going by train Ginnie’s provides comfortable accommodation and a superb award winning breakfast. Ginnie’s hold the coveted Visit England Breakfast Award. Within easy reach of the A180, Humber Bank industries and the ports of Grimsby and Immingham Ginnie’s is an excellent choice for the business traveller. Ginnie’s also makes an ideal base for the leisure traveller and holiday maker to explore the lovely Lincolnshire Wolds.
MALLOW VIEW HOTEL 9-11 Albert Road, Cleethorpes DN35 8LX T: 01472 691297 M: 07818 496 860 W: email@example.com Mallow View Hotel is a 13 bedroom family run bed and breakfast accommodation situated just 50 yards from the seafront. The train station is just a 5 minute walk and restaurants and all amenities are all very close by. We offer an affordable accommodation from single, twin, double ensuite rooms all with full English breakfast included and free Wi-Fi. Fully no smoking No pets
Open all year round
Weekly rates on request
Photo credit: Simon Peck
How to get here
Weâ€™re set in the heart of the UK with direct access to Europe.
Excellent routes via road, rail, air and sea CARDIFF LONDON