Cleethorpes in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... to Thorpe Park is Pleasure Island. A theme park which is very popular with families and younger children. There are often cheap tickets available in the area. Entrance is usually £18.50 for over 3's with a family ticket costing £68.00 which admits four people. The beach is very clean and a walk along the prom and round the boating lake is lovely on a summers day. I get to do it all year round with my dog Max and probably take living on the coast for granted. Cleethorpes has a wide variety of eating and drinking establishments and in my opinion is becoming a bit of a food lovers paradise!! There are your usual fish and chip sh... more
Customer Cleethorpes in General Reviews (11)
by - written on 28/04/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
You could say I am a little biased about Cleethorpes, as it is close to where I live on the edge of Grimsby and where my place of work is. I've seen many changes over the years and lately, a lot of changes are for the better!! Its a typical seaside resort with all of the usual amenities for the day tripper. It has arcades, donkey rides, theme parks and caravan parks. Thorpe Park is worth a visit and is one of the holiday parks included in The Suns £9.50 holiday promotion. The park is very well kept and clean offering entertainment, a fun pool and lots of family activities. Next to Thorpe Park is Pleasure Island. A theme park which is very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/12 (Very useful, 183 readings)
Cleethorpes is the neighbouring town to my home town of Grimsby. Due to them being so close, many people class them as the same place. The town has a population of just over 30,000 and it is twinned with the town of Königswinter in Germany. A popular term used to describe going to Cleethorpes by locals is calling it 'Meggies'. I have no idea what people call it this and I doubt I will ever find out. Cleethorpes is actually a seaside town and from Grimsby, it takes about 30 minutes on a bus to get there or about 10 if you take the train. All of the buses, and the train, go pretty much straight to the beach or a 2 minute walk away from it. The beach itself runs ... Read the complete review
by Jessica - written on 20/06/11
Thanks beechcomber 4 shoving r kids in a tiny sports bar with a highly dangerous balcony, coz under 21's were on, not only r u breaking the health n saftey laws having kids running round keyboards,speakers n large wire's the sign outside says no 1 under 21?? Isnt that illegal!! Having kids in there. I am appalled at how r kids got tret, the bingo caller is VERY IGNORANT!! Maybe when partying in germany more staff shud be hired!!! Now my family of 19 will be off elsewhere! Thanks NOT!
by - written on 05/06/10 (Very useful, 279 readings)
Cleethorpes is a seaside town joined onto Grimsby, situated on the East Coast. It is within an hour of Sheffield by car. There is ample car parking space on the promenade, although you have to pay before 6pm. There are also regular train services, the train station is conveniently situated, just a few hundred yards from the beach. In the market place, there are pubs, and good eating establishments, good fish and chips. The market place leads onto Kings Road, which is a long road, stretching from the train station up to the Boating Lake, Pleasure Island, light railway, jungle zoo, Thorpe Park. There are bars, cafes and restaurants ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/10 (Very useful, 153 readings)
I used to visit Cleethorpes many years ago to see some friends that used to live there, it is a seaside Town and it is next to Grimsby which is a fishing town, and it is in the county of Lincolnshire. With it being a seaside town, it has a promenade which is quite a long one and at one end of it there is or used to be a Sunday market and it was a very large indoor one with lots of good bargains to be had, and my wife, myself and our friends used to go there and grab ourselves some bargains. On the beach there is a Big Wheel, a fairground type, a Helter Skelter and a few more rides, mostly for young children, and the tide never comes as far as the ... Read the complete review
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