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Highlights in Cleethorpes
- Charming steam locomotive rides
- Delicious traditional food
- Nationally recognized pubs
- Fun water activities
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Cleethorpes
Situated on the Humber Estuary, the village of Cleethorpes is a place that attracts holidaymakers searching for coastal relaxation. The charming village is synonymous with relaxing in the sun, so you can find hundreds of holiday rentals along the coast. It is a much loved family destination for a traditional holiday or weekend break.Pleasant holiday rentals with ocean views
You'll find all kinds of holiday rentals with king-sized bedrooms, smart TVs, fully equipped kitchens, gardens and sea views. From single person properties to large group homes, Cleethorpes rentals cater for all personal needs and tastes. Whether you're looking for a modern space, something more traditional or old-fashioned, you're sure to get it here in Cleethorpes.
Holidays in Cleethorpes
The area and getting around
Opened in 2006, the Signal Box Inn is the smallest pub on the planet. Measuring 2.5 × 2.5 metres, the pub is located at Lakeside station on the Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway and is the number one nightlife destination in town. This small Victorian signal box serves a selection of real cask ales, wines, spirits, and craft ciders that attract hundreds of curious tourists each year. You shouldn't miss trying one of the exceptional beers in the smallest pub on the planet, it's a unique opportunity.Cleethorpes beach, the most popular summer spot
Cleethorpes beach is the busiest spot during the summer. It has four and a half miles of golden sands and is a favourite place for most tourists and locals. The beach hosts a variety of traditional activities such as donkey rides, and it is also one of the best places in town for a picnic! The beach is located on a shallow slope to the south of the town. Next to the stretch of sand you will also find the Green Flag awarded Quay Gardens.
Travellers and activities
EBB & FLO is a Stand-Up Paddleboard school offering high-quality experiences where you can experience the best of the ocean. The team offers SUP tours where you can enjoy popular experiences such as exploring Cleethorpes and discovering the water at sunset to marvel at the orange tones of the sky. Activities are suitable for all ages and abilities, from beginner to advanced. At the southern end of the promenade you'll also find Cleethorpes boating lake which also offers kayaking and pedal boats in the summer.Cleethorpes for families
A favourite activity for families is to climb aboard the miniature railway that runs along the Humberside coastline. The railway runs 45-minute round trips from March to September. It is one of Britain's oldest miniature railways and North East Lincolnshire's number one tourist attraction. You and the kids can ride behind the mini steam locomotive and enjoy a snack at Platform One Café at Lakeside station, or cool off with a beer at The Signal Box Inn. The village is also home to the Pleasure Island family theme park which offers a full day out for the family with over 30 rides, plus a bar and restaurant.
Cleethorpes has a metal plaque on the coast road marking the exact spot where the Greenwich meridian line passes.
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The Jungle Zoo features armadillos, meerkats, capuchin monkeys, lemurs, Amazon parrots and many more exotic animals. Try to find the camouflaged chameleons in the terrariums, meet the huge African bull frog, marvel at the colours of the tropical birds and see the happy face of the axolotl. Jungle Zoo prides itself on being one of the UK's newest interactive zoos.2. Sweeten your day with a visit to Candiland
With over 1000 products, Candiland is the largest sweet shop on the East Coast. You'll find everything from candy, chocolate, ice cream to old-fashioned desserts like butterscotch, cake sprinkles and chocolate concrete that will take you back to your childhood. Try the delicious brownies, waffles, milkshakes, doughnuts and let the kids choose their favourite gummies and candies. Here you will find everything to sweeten your day!3. Eat the best fish and chips in town!
Steels Corner House Restaurant is a favourite with locals and visitors alike. The restaurant serves the freshest fish and chips in town. However, they also include other delicacies such as amazing orange wine, other traditional dishes and exquisite grills and steaks. The restaurant for many is the reason to visit Cleethorpes, and was rated as one of the best places to eat fish and chips in the country.4. Taste Message in a Bottle's wide range of liqueurs
Located in the heart of Cleethorpes, head to Message in a Bottle. The shop/bar specializes in spirits, local wines, craft beers and beers from around the world. You can enjoy a cosy atmosphere with a good range of premium gins and rums. Sample Cleethorpes' own rum and gin, find the largest selection of world beers in town and pick up one of the eye-catching skull-shaped rum bottles. It's infused with banana, molasses, salted caramel and a hint of orange that you'll love.5. Enjoy a film night at the Parkway Cinema
Located on Kings Road, on Cleethorpes seafront, The Parkway Cinema is one of the best cinemas in the UK. The venue has nine screens and a wide selection of films to suit all tastes and ages. Be entertained and relax while watching a comedy, romance, or action film. The cinema also offers fantastic live entertainment, and in 2007 won the award for 'Best New Cinema in the UK'.