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Looking to rent for 6 months or more?

We have a wide range of shared houses, flats and family homes available for long-term rent on our main New Mills Properties website.

New Mills Properties offers secure, all-inclusive, no-nonsense, no hidden costs tenancies in beautiful Lincolnshire homes with superior modern conveniences. Our modern shared houses, flats and family homes are refurbished to a high standard and individually designed for modern living. 

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Docks Beers

Grimsby Auditorium

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Rainy Day Activities in Cleethorpes: Fun for Every Age!

Rainy days might bring gloomy weather, but in Cleethorpes, they also bring exciting opportunities for family adventures! As parents, we understand the challenge of finding suitable activities for children of all ages when the weather keeps you indoors. Fret not, because Cleethorpes has a plethora of indoor activities that cater to the interests of every family member, from toddlers to teenagers. So, put away those umbrellas and let’s dive into the vibrant world of Cleethorpes' rainy day activities.


There are several arcades along the seafront, many situated along the North Promenade and near the pier. The flashing lights and loud music make them exciting places to while away a few hours on the 2p sliders or the claw machines. So start saving your change ready for your next visit and please gamble responsibly!


Cleethorpes' Parkway Cinema boasts 9 screens and shows all of the latest films. It is even able to host live performances so is always worth checking out what is on. There is plenty of parking but it only a 20 minute walk from our furthest apartment.


A Guide to Wind Farm Accommodation in Cleethorpes

The wind farm industry is booming, with the Humber and North Sea regions at the forefront of renewable energy development. As a result, a growing number of wind farm contractors and professionals are flocking to these areas for project assignments. For those seeking comfortable and convenient accommodation options, Cleethorpes could offer the perfect solution.

When staying away from home there are typically three options for contractors.

  1. Hotel or B&B-type guest house
  2. Take a short-let in an Airbnb type property
  3. Rent somewhere long-term

Hotels can be impersonal, mean you spend time on your own and and can become expensive for more than a few nights. You will need a contract of at least 6 months in order to make renting long-term feasible.

A short-let in an Airbnb or serviced accommodation is often the most convenient and economical.

In this guide, we'll explore why serviced accommodation in this picturesque coastal town is the ideal choice for contractors in the green energy industry. More

Photos of The Lost Shepherd now and as it was in the past

History of The Old Lost Shepherd

Once a 32 seater restaurant with a bar, seating area and oblong dining room owned by Graham and Cheryl Flannagan. It was a comfortable restaurant popular for celebrations.

Menu items included: hot chicken and mushroom croquettes with a light Dijon mustard sauce and pan fried sirloin steak with spring onion crust and ginger, and sherry and garlic sauce. Desserts included a chocolate and orange cake with a marmalade dressing.

Matt Young and Vicky Tasker took over in 2004, employing Pascal Auneunier, a French chef to update the menu.

Just two years later, planning permission had been granted to convert the closed restaurant into two self-contained flats. 

Read more about the Lost Shepherd Restaurant on the Grimsby Telegraph website.