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Welcome to The Caribbean

Address: 87-89 Thorne Road , Doncaster, DN1 2ES

Hotel Description

The Caribbean Hotel Bed & Breakfast is a 4-star, award-winning bed and breakfast, situated 10 minutes’ walk from Doncaster city centre and less than a mile from Doncaster Racecourse. Free private parking is also provided. A large wall-mounted digital widescreen TV and DVD player are featured in all Caribbean rooms, as well as a minibar. Locally sourced produce is used to serve a full English breakfast, available at an extra cost. The licensed bar features a large plasma TV with Sky channels, a jukebox and free Wi-Fi. Frenchgate shopping centre and Doncaster Rail Station are just a 15-minute walk from The Caribbean Hotel Bed & Breakfast. Doncaster Museum and the Civic Theatre are only 0.6 miles away.

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Doncaster Centre - Town Centre

Doncaster Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.34 miles (0.55 km)
The excellent shopping centres are complemented by the historic market. The town received its charter in 1248 and is held each Tuesday, Friday and Saturday with over 600 stalls. There is also the Wool Market selling textiles, a Corn Exchange selling crafts and a Farmers Market selling fresh farm produce. For those who enjoy a more active break excellent fishing, 12 golf courses, ice-skating and horse riding are all on offer and within easy reach, as well as The Hatfield Water Park. Brockhole Farms is an extremely popular family attraction a blend of working farm, zoo and riding school and a must for all animal lovers.

Doncaster College - University

Doncaster College - University

Distance 0.58 miles (0.94 km)
Our Mission Statement: "Meeting learner needs and aspiring to excellence."

During the last academic year, more than 22,000 people enrolled on more than 1,100 part and full-time courses. Across its two main campuses, the College employs around 1,200 staff and accommodates students aged 16+.

Doncaster Railway Station - Railway Station

Doncaster Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.77 miles (1.23 km)
Doncaster railway station is about ten minutes walk from Doncaster town centre. London to Edinburgh Intercity trains on the East Coast Main Line travel through (and stop at) Doncaster Station. The station has a staffed booking office for tickets and information. Doncaster is a major calling point on the East Coast main line, with frequent and fast services from London stopping at Doncaster before either branching off to Leeds, or continuing up towards York, Durham, Newcastle and Scotland. Easy local connections can be made to other nearby towns and cities such as Sheffield, Rotherham, Selby, Grimsby and Hull.


Doncaster Exhibition and Conference Centre - Football Club

Doncaster Exhibition and Conference Centre - Football Club

Distance 0.88 miles (1.42 km)
Over half a million people attend commercial events at Doncaster Exhibition and Conference Centre each year and that doesn't include visitors to free trade shows and conferences. The combination of a large (4,300 sq.m) exhibition hall with numerous, well equipped, conference rooms and substantial enclosed outdoor space offers organisers of many different types of events an optimum, flexible package. Combine a conference with a pop concert; a fun day for employees with an exhibition of products; a meeting with corporate entertainment in the private boxes facing onto the racecourse. Previous exhibitions have included: National Custom Car Show, World Championship Budgerigar show and Bradford Small Livestock show.

Doncaster Rovers Football Club - Football CLub

Doncaster Rovers Football Club - Football CLub

Distance 1.03 miles (1.64 km)
Belle Vue has been the home of English professional football club Doncaster Rovers since 1922. The ground was opened by Charles E. Sutcliffe from the Football League on Saturday, August 26 of that year. In 1927 the main stand at Doncaster's former ground in the suburb of Bennetthorpe was jacked up and moved on rollers to Belle Vue to form the family stand, where it remained until 1985 when the tragic events at Bradford City meant that the old wooden structure was deemed unsafe and was demolished. A new stadium has long been mooted for Doncaster Rovers. The stadium finally started to become a reality when Planning permission was granted. Construction started on the 17th of October 2005 of a 15,000 all-seater community stadium complex and it is expected to be complete by December 2006.