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Whether you're visiting the area for work or pleasure there is lots here to enjoy. Big skies, beautiful sunsets and sunrises over the beach. Talking of the beach we have all kinds! From the seaside town of Cleethorpes which is still a hub of hustle and bustle during the summer months to the massive expanse of flat deserted beach at Theddlethorpe.  The Samphire beds at Saltfleetby. The seal sanctuary at Donna Nook, and many many more.

Discover the Linconshire Wolds designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It's the only part of Lincolnshire that isn't flat! Linconshire has Windmills and dykes like in Holland. Old pathways that the Vikings laid can still be walked down today. Quaint little towns like Market Rasen, Horncastle, Brigg and medieval Caistor with its spring, where you can drink the healing waters and pick organic watercress. 

In complete contrast, we have lots of industry including shipping, manufacture, food factories and oil terminals all along the south side of the Humber bank. The bustling town of Grimsby has always been a fishing port and to this day remains a main hub for the processing of fish. Grimsby still has a very busy Dock and there are two other docks at Immingham and Killingholme.  Lots of work here for everyone.

I could go on for ages, it's such a fabulous county, as I write this, we have just had the Red Arrows practicing their loop the loops up above us. They are stationed at RAF Conningsby so we often see this. If you happen to be flying in to visit us, then we even have our own little airport which is (HUY) Humberside Airport.


sparkling clean

Sparkling Clean

free parking

Free Parking

fully furnished

Fully Furnished

free wifi

Free WiFi

Humberside Airport

Humberside Airport (HUY)



Grimsby Docks and marina

Grimsby Docks and Marina


Not just a working dock but a popular marina too, Come and buy your fresh fish down Riby Street and watch the big ships turn around in dock. Stroll down by the side of the river Freshney and hop aboard the Ross Tiger, to see how the men of Grimsby once earned their living as fishermen. The Ross Tiger is moored up near The Fishing Heritage Centre where you can learn all about the history of Grimsby's fishing industry. There is still a massive industry around fish in Grimsby and you might smell it in the air from time to time while you are there.  

Grimsby Docks and marina

Coast Line


Discover quieter forgotten parts of Cleethorpes and Humberston.

Visit the seals at Donna Nook.

Walk vast areas of unspoiled beach at Theddlethorpe. 

All this and more can be found on the North Lincolnshire coast

Lincolnshire seals
Lincolnshire seals

Open Countryside


Sit with your morning coffee watching the farmers harvesting the wheat out the back of Simla.

In the evening relax with you glass of wine and watch the sun go down.

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