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An old favourite seaside resort from yesteryear; this seaside town hasn't lost its charm or appeal. Families, couples and nostalgia-seekers take the train to Cleethorpes to experience the good, clean fun of a traditional seaside resort.
The weather beaten pier still stands amidst the waves, the donkeys still tread the sands and the fish and chips are tastier than ever. With four-and-a-half miles of golden sands, a day at Cleethorpes Beach is a day well spent. Or, you could enjoy discovering quaint hideaway cafes in pretty side streets, chance your arm at the amusements, or simply take in world-class views on a gentle stroll.
The warmest of welcomes from the friendly locals make Cleethorpes a brilliant choice all-year round, whether you're looking for a family break or a weekend retreat. With all the attractions you would expect from a traditional seaside resort, you won’t be disappointed…
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