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OYO Hotel Clamart
OYO Hotel Clamart
OYO Hotel Clamart
OYO Hotel Clamart
OYO Hotel Clamart

OYO Hotel Clamart

7 Shelford St, DN15 6NU
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Find Best hotels in Scunthorpe

Scunthorpe is located in Lincolnshire, England and known as the “Industrial Garden Town”. As a tourist or visitor, you can book cheap hotels in Scunthorpe for a comfortable and safe stay when visiting with friends, family or as couples. Although it is a heavily industrialised town, it is surrounded by rich woodlands and farm areas. It has a nice and pleasant climate throughout the year.

Popular Attractions around Scunthorpe

The Pods

Scunthorpe has futuristic designed leisure centres called as the Pods, home to galleries, craft centres, pubs, clubs, bars and multiplex cinema to enjoy your evening after work or take some relaxation time off.

Normanby Hall

An English mansion situated on a 350-acre estate consisting of lakes and gardens offers a respite from the humdrum of daily life. Walking through the hall, museum and park will offer peace and tranquillity less afforded by busy lifestyles.

Gainsthorpe Medieval Village

You could get your detective caps on and ramble through one of the UK's best preserved but abandoned villages in the countryside. All structures and outlines have been carefully kept and visible from afar. Allow yourself sufficient time when you go to explore this site.

Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft

Enjoy a walk through the world's oldest collection of trolleybuses and motor buses. Take your family to the lovely cafe or the children;s play area and other events/attractions displayed throughout the year.

As far as your stay is concerned, OYO leaves you spoilt with choices when it comes to best budget accommodations.

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Questions and Answers

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What are some of the most popular places of interest in Scunthorpe?

Despite being an industrial town, Scunthorpe has several historical and nature-friendly spots to make your trip a wholesome one.

  • The North Lincolnshire Museum is best-known for its history exhibits and a room specifically designed for kids.
  • The Normanby Hall Country Park and Central Park are recommended if you love gardens leading up to forest trails.
  • If you would like to introduce your kids to animal domestication, the Pink Pig Farm should be on your list.
  • The Messingham Zoo is another must-visit place to bring yourself and your kids closer to animals.
  • Add Ashby Ville and Atkinsons Warren Nature Reserves to your list if you would like to spend a few hours with nature doing nothing else.
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Where can I shop in Scunthorpe?
  • The Foundry is the major shopping mall of the town, experience shopping Scunthorpe-style here.
  • Scunthorpe Carpet Shop, United Carpets & Beds can be your one-stop-shop for home decor and furnishing needs.
  • Bonmarché and Vendemia are perfect spots for women-specific casual as well as formal wear.
  • You can find everything from toiletries to souvenirs at the Oldrids Departmental Store.
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What are some of the best destinations around Scunthorpe for a weekend getaway?

You can take several short trips to nearby towns and cities when in Scunthorpe. Leeds, Bradford, Nottingham, Derby, Manchester, Leicester, and Stoke-on-Trent all lie within a 100-mile radius from the city and make perfect spots for weekend getaways.

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What is the best time to visit Scunthorpe?

The most opportune time to do touristy stuff while getting to know Scunthorpe is towards the end of June to the end of August. You can expect the warmest weather during these months with July being the most favorable.

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How can one commute in and around Scunthorpe?

Scunthorpe is well connected to the rest of the country via railways and roadways, You can easily take a train to Scunthorpe Railways Station from major cities like London, Manchester, and Bristol. You can also use National Express to travel via road. The closest airport is Humberside Airport which is 20 kilometers away from the city. You can use local buses and taxi services to travel within and around the city.

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What are the best ways to reach Scunthorpe?

The closest airport to Scunthorpe is the Humberside Airport. From the airport, you can board a bus to the city via Barton-upon-Humber, Market Place. You can also take the TransPennine Express train from Manchester to Scunthorpe.

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What are some of the things which we can do at night?

There are several bars/pubs in Scunthorpe where you can enjoy the nightlife of the city including Class 6, Mulligans Sports Bar, The Penny Bank Pub, and The Beckwood Pub. You can go to a small town called Briggs, which is quite near and has plenty of pubs.

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How much is a cheap hotel in Scunthorpe?

You can book an OYO hotel in Scunthorpe for as low as £25-35 per night. You can also avail various offers and discounts depending on your booking dates.

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What are some of the best hotels near the North Lincolnshire Museum in Scunthorpe?

OYO Hotel Clamart is one of the best-rated, and most-recommended hotels near the North Lincolnshire Museum in Scunthorpe.

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What are the basic amenities that one can expect in an OYO Hotel in Scunthorpe?
The amenities offered by OYO hotels in Scunthorpe include spacious & airy rooms, en-suite bathrooms, TV, AC, free Wifi, intercom systems, and daily housekeeping. You will also find additional facilities like tea/coffee making machine, electric kettle, hairdryer, first aid kit, card payment and CCTV cameras for your security 24*7.
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