Comat Hotel

Address: 26 Yarra Rd, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, England, DN35 8LS, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on 26 Yarra Rd, Cleethorpes.
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Travel Blogs from Cleethorpes

Eagerly Awaiting

A travel blog entry by toscana-per-te on May 13, 2015

... car until you reach your destination! To combat this, the vast majority of our journey always takes place at night in the (vain) hope that the kids will sleep! In fairness, with the exception of a toilet stop (usually on the Eurotunnel), they do actually sleep until about 7am. Now, being seasoned euro-trippers, we have the timings bang on as well. By taking a train across the ...

Cleaning the steam

A travel blog entry by patelfamily on May 05, 2015

In the morning Christopher, Jake and I helped clean the stream out. Jake got stuck in the mud. So I came to help but as I was climbing over the fence I fell in some stinging nettles. After I felt better, I cleared Christopher's shed and I cut some fire wood. I loved spending the day with Christopher. In the evening I went to see the new Avengers movie. Louth cinema was very small, but I loved the ...

Grandma's house

A travel blog entry by patelfamily on May 04, 2015

Grandma had ordered some new garden furniture so Christopher, Jacob and I put it together. There was a bench and table with chairs. We had a few problems, but they looked really good when they were finished. In the afternoon we went for a walk in the muddy woods. We wore gum boots and got very dirty. We saw some badger sets and a quarry. In the evening we went out to grandma's favourite restaurant. I had a huge piece of fish and ...


A travel blog entry by m8man on May 20, 2014

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Biscathorpe isr us a favourite destination for a picnic. This is where two streams run through a meadow to join and become the river Bain. Here it is is a gentle dimpling brook which was once none-the-less the lifeblood of the village that stood here in the middle ages. This site is reached down a a metalled road but it still fords both streams, and the cattle graze in the meadow. ...

Baby Steps...

A travel blog entry by georgiamarie95 on Aug 13, 2013

I’m guessing i’m not alone when i state that i’m an 18 year old english girl leaving her family for the first time to see the world. I also assume i’m not alone when I state that i’m absolutely bricking it. So as I am embarking on my gap year travels to ‘discover myself’ and all that, I thought it might possibly be a good idea to start a simple blog in which I could jot down all of the wonderful details of my trip down under, in order to ...