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Tel code: 01472 | code search
Postcode: DN40 | code search
Population: 12200
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Ashbourne Hotel
"Good Points: Great food, reasonable priced rooms, easy parking (close), smoking patio with heated umbrella outside, nice ambience with music everywhere, pleasant and helpful staff Bad Points: Room was always cold ..." More

Ashbourne Hotel
"My husband and I stayed at the Ashbourne hotel attending our daughters wedding there.Every thing about the hotel, management and staff was absolutly brilliant.

Date visited: 06/06/2009 ..." More

Ashbourne Hotel
"Good Points: The staff in the hotel where very pleasnt and professional General review: We attended a wedding here and every part of our stay was lovely

Date visited: 2008-08-29 ..." More

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Immingham is a town on the south side of the Humber Estuary in Lincolnshire just six miles from Grimsby, and is famed for itís deep water Dock, the Pilgrim Fathers sailed from Immingham to Holland, and there is a commemorative stone opposite the pretty church of St Andrew which dates back to Norman times. The Immingham Museum has an astounding array of railway memorabilia and interesting exhibits detailing the story and history of the building of the Docks, there is also a fascinating collection of local items, a small exhibit of the Pilgrim Fathers and even a recreation of a WW1 Trench that would have been used by soldiers. Close by is Thornton Abbey and Gatehouse which was founded as a Priory and later in 1148 became an Abbey. The Gatehouse is 14th Century and ornate in itís construction , inside there is a chance to explore the large rooms and smaller cells linked together with a network of passageways, the ruins may also be seen of the Chapter house. Or how about a visit to the National Fishing Heritage Museum, where the history of fishermen is shared , there is also an opportunity to take a tour on board a Trawler


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Stallingborough Grange Hotel (2.67 miles)

Stallingborough Grange Hotel

Dating back to the 18th century this picturesque thatched country house is steeped in local history. Set in its own beautiful and tranquil gardens, it has now been converted into the privately run Stallingborough Grange ... More | visit website

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Ashbourne Hotel (2.82 miles)

Ashbourne Hotel

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The Ashbourne Hotel sits peacefully opposite the church and the village green in a quiet little village called North Killingholme. The hotel started life as a Lincolnshire Farm house but has ... More

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Black Bull Inn (3.97 miles)

Black Bull Inn
If you are looking for accommodation adjacent to a friendly pub / restaurant in the Immingham / Barton area, then look no further. The Black Bull Inn is a traditional free-house in East Halton; ideally ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Grimsby (5.02 miles)

Premier Inn Grimsby
Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Pyewhit industrial park. Local attractions include Pleasure Island, Auditorium, Grimsby football club and Cleethorpes beach front. For shops and local ... More | visit website
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Humber Royal Hotel (5.47 miles)

Humber Royal Hotel

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The Humber Royal offers free Wi-Fi and free ample private parking. The town centre is a 5-minute drive away, while the coast is only 15 minutesí away. Each en suite room at ... More

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Best Western Oaklands Hall Hotel (5.95 miles)

Best Western Oaklands Hall Hotel
Oaklands Hall Hotel is a private estate built in 1877 and nestling in 5 acres of beautiful Lincolnshire parkland between the Wolds & the River Humber, perfect for exploring the historic City of Lincoln & ... More | visit website
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St James' Hotel (6.18 miles)

St James

The St James' Hotel is situated in the heart of Grimsby, close to Cleethorpes, Lincoln and Sheffield, with an award-winning Fishing Heritage Centre within close walking distance. Explore the attractive Lincolnshire coastline or visit some ... More | visit website

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Thornton Hunt Inn (6.22 miles)

Thornton Hunt Inn
The Thornton Hunt Inn is a traditional Freehouse set in an attractive grade II listed building which dates back to around the Eighteenth Century. It has been said that King Henry the Eighth stayed on ... More | visit website
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Paull Holme Farm B&B (6.64 miles)

Paull Holme Farm B&B
Paull Holme Farm is set within acres of stunning East Yorkshire Countryside and immediately adjacent to Paull's very own sprawling nature reserve. The tranquil setting of our bed and breakfast serves as an ideal base for ... More | visit website
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Monks Rest (7.98 miles)

Monks Rest

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North Lincolnshire is an area of rural tranquility and remarkable natural beauty, where the rolling chalk of the Lincolnshire Wolds meets the lush Ancholme.This is great walking country, with something ... More

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