The Dovedale Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Dovedale Hotel and Restaurant Cleethorpes
Travel Blogs from Cleethorpes
... easily but motorway travel is an experience to behold. The speed limit for cars is 70mph And on the 3 lane motorways heavy vehicles are only allowed in the slow and medium lanes leaving the fast lane free for cars. Speed limit for heavy vehicles is so my brother- in-law Brian informs us is 56mph so by being restricted to the 2 inner lanes t they don't hold up cars. There are so many trucks on the motorways it's like being at a truck show. There's mile after mile ...
The months of anticipation and planning are over, here we are, lives packed in a campervan waiting to sail for Rotterdam and the Rhine lands beyond. The drive down to Hull was fairly uneventful. After a morning of rain showers we collected Evan from school and were underway by 2pm. Evan slept half of the way.
Miles travelled: 129
Places Visited: Terminal 1, King George Dock, ...
... lunch before deciding to go to Grimsby to see what was in the town (not a lot really) caught the bus back and heading back to the house for dinner. They have dinner at 4:30pm which took a bit to get used too. Unfortunately we got a little lost so didn't end up getting back till after 5pm.
Lovely couple of days exploring the town, shame we weren't there longer really but so glad that we went there.
Bus Cleethorpes to Hull
Hull to York ...
... in a building in town and were able to cross directly to a shopping complex which was great. Sadly we were on the roof on a really hot day so the car cooked a little in our absence. Wandered through the centre and into the town, up to the main square. Large tiled area which we later learned was unusually empty. Used regularly for all sorts of activities. Town hall at one end. We walked to the info office for a map, then with that in hand set off to ...
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Grazing is an important management tool for the eastern part of the reserve and sheep are often present. For this reason dogs are not permitted on the areas to the east of the road."
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