The Comat

Guest House in Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire

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The Comat, 24-26 Yarra Road
DN35 8LS

The Comat, Cleethorpes

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Accommodation Description:

The Comat is in a central location in a quiet area, just off the sea front. It has an AA 4 Star Guest Accommodation rating. All rooms are en-suite and furnished to a high standard, An ideal base for both business and leisure guests, the railway station is within walking distance and Grimsby is just over 2 miles away.

Accommodation is for couples, families and people working / on business in the area. All male or all female groups are not accepted. Completely non smoking.

The Comat is in a central location in a quiet area, just off the sea front. It has been awarded an AA 4 Star Guest Accommodation rating. An ideal base for both business and leisure guests, all rooms are furnished to a high standard and are all en-suite and non smoking.

There is a bar with satellite TV and snacks and evening meals are available on most nights. The town centre of Cleethorpes is just a few minutes' walk away and Grimsby itself is just over 2 miles away. It enjoys excellent transport links, with the local railway staion within walking distance and Humberside airport, which has regular flights to and from Amsterdam, 18 miles away.

Hull, with its ferry terminal To Rotterdam and Zeebrugge, is less than an hour's drive. Ideally located, central to all attractions, such as The Boating lake, Discovery Centre, Showground, Pleasure Island, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway, Leisure Centre, Golf Course and night life. All the Humber bank Industries are within 20 minutes' drive.

On street car parking is available and there is also a pay and display car park 25 yards away.

 4 star rating

From: £60.00

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