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    The Normanby, Scunthorpe

    A warm welcome in comfortable surroundings. Refurbished bedrooms and extended dining room / guests’ lounge. En-suite and family rooms available. Free wi-fi. Off road and secure parking. Close to town centre which offers all usual amenities. Open all year round, staffed 24 hours. Price Per Room Per Night: £28 to £75

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    The Old Parsonage, Scawby

    Jo and Bruce offer you a warm and cheerful welcome, a great breakfast and secure off road parking at the newly opened Old Parsonage bed and breakfast, situated in the pretty North Lincolnshire village of Scawby. We offer you two very spacious bedrooms and one modern bedroom, all en suite, as well as a self-catering […]

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    Thornton Hunt Inn, Thornton Curtis

    Family run Grade II listed building serving traditional home made bar meals and desserts, available lunch and dinner. Previous winner of “Taste of Excellence” and “Tastes of Lincolnshire” Best Pub Food Awards. Extensive garden with children’s fun trail and slide. Convenient for Humber Bridge and M180. Highly Commended Select Lincolnshire Awards Pub of the Year […]

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    Ulceby Lodge, Kirmington

    Ulceby Lodge is a high quality bed and breakfast perfectly situated for serving the nearby towns and industries along the Humber Bank. We are approximately five minutes from Humberside Airport and the M180 motorway. Price Per Room Per Night: £40 to £64      

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    Villa Farm Cottage

    Villa Farm Cottage is a fully restored C18th Bed and Breakfast. Villa Farm Cottage sits outside the little hamlet of Thornton Curtis in a quiet rural setting. Its only a 15 minute walk to the magnificent English Heritage property Thornton Abbey. Thornton Curtis is close by to Humberside Airport, Humber Bridge and the M180.

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    Winteringham Fields, Winteringham

    16th century Manor House set in a quiet rural village in North Lincolnshire. It is one of the only three UK restaurants meeting the Good Food Guide’s criteria of being ‘highly individual and displaying impressive artistry’. It is also one of the most individual and secret places you could wish to stumble across, with an […]