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Hotels in Cleethorpes

Clee House Hotel & Bistro
31-33 Clee Road
Cleethorpes
Lincolnshire

DN35 8AD | View map
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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 business person and the discerning visitor alike. We blend modern facilities such as WI-FI with traditional service.

We are an ideal base from which to commute to Grimsby and the various industries and ports based on the River Humber. We are also only a few hundred yards from the various attractions of Cleethorpes.

We have a range of rooms including Superior Rooms. All rooms are ensuite have Freeview TV, tea & coffee etc.

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Nearest Train Station: Cleethorpes
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Ratings/Awards: AA Inspected Two Star Hotel
National Accessability Scheme - Level 1
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12

Price per Person

Double: £79 - Single occupancy £69
Twin: £79
Triple £95
Superior £90
Superior single occupancy £75
Family from £110
Single: £63
Four Poster: £83
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Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Licensed
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Throughout hotel
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
TV in Rooms

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