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Red Lion

Brigg at the end of the M180 is convenient for the industrial areas around the Humber, and for crossing it to Hull, but is itself a fine old market town with good facilities and a touch of character... Read More

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Arties Mill Lodge

Arties Mill Lodge

Arties Mill is a charming old windmill originaly built circa 1790 The Mill is located 1 mile from the town of Brigg which has a colourful history of markets and fairs.

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Red Lion

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This privately owned Inn is a freehouse which offers high quality and traditional values of service and hospitality. Good food, wines, cask ales, cosy accommodation and friendly efficient service are the ... More

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Dying Gladiator Inn

Dying Gladiator Inn
the Dying Gladiator is a friendly, family run pub offering warm welcoming accommodation and good quality dining located in the centre of the market town of brigg there are lots of things to do in ... More | visit website

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Forest Pines Hotel (3.00 miles)

Forest Pines Hotel
Forest Pines is a luxury golf and country club hotel set within its own 190 acres of woodland just off junction 4 of the M180 in North Lincolnshire. The hotel is one of the region‚s premier ... More | visit website
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Red Lion Inn (5.11 miles)

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Queens Head (5.27 miles)

Queens Head
Quite Country Setting with 5 en-suite guest rooms at a traditional country pub & restaurant. ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Scunthorpe (5.41 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M180. For shops and local amenities Scunthorpe town centre and train station are both only 3 miles away. Situated 17 miles from Humberside Airport and 30 miles from ... More | visit website
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The George Bed & Breakfast (6.83 miles)

The George Bed & Breakfast

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Spacious 3 bedroom house (SHARED FACILITIES) located within the grounds of The George, Quality Accommodation, Restaurant & Bar. All 3 rooms are double on the 1st floor with a bathroom ... More

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Lime House B&B (6.88 miles)

Lime House B&B

Lime House is a listed property that stands on a hill in the village of Kirton-in-Linsey and is walking distance to all amenities. It offers two guest rooms with shared bathroom and an adjoining room ... More | visit website

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Wortley House Hotel (7.02 miles)

Wortley House Hotel

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In the heart of the fast-developing North Lincolnshire town of Scunthorpe, south of the river Humber, the Wortley House Hotel is a comfortably furnished 3-star hotel. The hotel is within easy reach ... More

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The Clamart (7.18 miles)

The Clamart

17 bedroom family run hotel with Bar and Restaurant right in town centre.All rooms en-suite,non-smoking,tea/coffee making,TV and Digibox,homecooked food,real ale and fine wines.Wifi throughout the building.Excellent customer service.Short or long term stays welcome.All major credit ... More | visit website

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Royal Hotel (7.69 miles)

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The Royal Hotel is close to Scunthorpe town centre, offering en suite rooms and a range of facilities to suit both leisure and business travellers.
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Thornton Hunt Inn (8.29 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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