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Winchester House, 22 Pelham Road, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, DN34 4SU

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Winchester House consists of two apartments and six en-suite rooms with home-cooked meals each day.

Facilities include a house keeper and emergency alarm service, communal lounge, dining room, guest facilities, laundry and garden.

Grimsby was mentioned as Grimesbi in Domesday and belonged to the Bishop of Bayeux and had a church, a mill and a ferry. A once famous fishing port - its fleet expanded rapidly in the the late 19th century and by the mid 20th century the town laid claim to being 'the largest fishing port in the world'. The Cod Wars brought all this to an end and today the fleet is much reduced though there is a substantial fish market and the Fishing Heritage Centre keeps the town's heritage alive.

Grimsby Minster - the 13th century St James, has an early English structure in which the clerestory and triforium are combined. 

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If you want to call the management company direct call 01727 857536, or if you want to contact the development direct, call 01472 241605

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