The Beeches Hotel Grimsby - Please note we now operate a totally non-smoking policy throughout the entire Hotel.
The eighteen comfortably refurbished bedrooms all have ensuite facilities. They include remote colour TV, radio, direct dial phone, hair drier and hospitality tray. A fax service is available on request, as are irons and ironing boards.
There is good disabled access through the greater part of the hotel, with four bedrooms on the ground floor and access to further rooms by means of the service lift. Put up beds are available in the majority of rooms at an extra cost of £10.00 per night (for children only). Travel cots are also available. The prices shown below are inclusive of VAT and include a full English breakfast. Gratuities are at your discretion.
The ground floor is dominated by the airy and spacious Brasserie, a sixty-cover modern bistro style restaurant. The head Chef, David Ramakers and his dedicated team produce a constantly changing menu based on fresh local produce. French cuisine and modern eclectic influences are drawn upon, to offer amongst the finest food in the area.
In the Brasserie Restaurant we offer lunch from Wednesday to Sunday, 12.00pm - 2.00pm.
We are also open 7 days a week for dinner that can be be either à la carte or a special menu. A traditional Sunday lunch special menu is also available. A selection of freshly made desserts are available. We have an extensive wine list which is one of the best in the region, with an emphasis on French and Italian wines.
The bar and lounge provide a popular meeting place for residents and guests. The contemporary decor is enhanced by modern art works arranged throughout the ground floor.
The Beeches can flexibly cater for many kinds of business or social functions. The conservatory is the ideal setting for a private lunch or dinner occasion.
For larger functions, such as wedding receptions or anniversaries, why not take over the whole ground floor, including the use of the bar/lounge and main dining room, as well as the conservatory. The Manager, Karen Clark, will be pleased to discuss menus to suit your taste or budget.
The extensive wine list is also one of the finest in the region, with an emphasis on French and Italian vineyards. Occasional wine tasting evenings are held, with the assistance of leading wine merchants.
Conferences and business meetings are catered for in a flexible way according to the clients needs. Up to thirty spaces can be provided for theatre or banquet style occasions, and up to twenty spaces for a boardroom or classroom occasion.
Please contact us on 01472 278830 for further details of daily or 24-hour delegate rates.
Plentiful private parking spaces are available free of charge. For other services after the bar and restaurant have closed, a night porter is always available.
Undergoing quite a revival in recent years, nearby Cleethorpes is still a favourite with families and children of all ages. Follow the coast for a short distance, however, to discover a lonelier place of wide vistas and huge skies, the haunt of dedicated solitary anglers and sailors.
Grimsby's unique fishing heritage centre is well worth a visit, as are the coulourful but sadly underused fish docks themselves.
Within very easy reach are the Lincolnshire wolds. These wonderful unspoilt rolling hills contradict the notion that this is a flat county. From early daffodils, the wolds are ablaze with colour most of the year. Find sparkling streams and country pubs nesting in quiet valleys.