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Chapel St LeonardsCopyright Richard Croft

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County - Lincolnshire | Map
Tel code: 01754 | code search
Postcode: PE24 | code search
Population: 2800
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Elm Cottage
"This is the worst cottage I have ever been to. The carpets were covered in dog hair, the kitchen utensils were dirty and some were covered in old food and ..." More

La Piazza Italian
"Food excellent,staff great, restaurant spotless.great evening can't wait to go again.

Date visited: 23/04/2014. ..." More

White House Inn
"had afab weekend at the whitehouse for my birthday .accomodation is perfect and all the family are so friendly .it was home from home .i would recommend to anyone thanks ..." More

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Chapel St Leonards is a pleasing coastal village positioned on the eastern edge of the county of Lincolnshire, and is home to nearly two thousand eight hundred people. The village has a rich history spanning the centuries and a relaxed holiday feel with a varied choice of holiday accommodation. There are miles of superb wide sandy beaches which echo the sound of children's laughter as they play, and an attractive promenade where a leisurely stroll is accompanied with bracing sea breezes, Chapel Point will please photographers and bird watchers as stunning views unfold from this restored Coastal Defence Point which was used during the second World War, today's visitors however, are on the lookout sea birds and wildlife. There is a large Village Green to enjoy and several tea shops which are positioned close by offering a reviving cuppa. Shoppers have a varied choice with the inviting shops that line the High Street which will please the choosiest of shoppers. There's restaurants offering tasty morsels, Pubs, fish and chips, and stunning sea views which are all wrapped up in a warm welcome in this delightful seaside village which is set just a few miles from the bustling resort of Skegness.

Cottage

Ash Cottage at Hillview Lakes
Clematis Cottage at Priory Garden Cottages
Coastguard Cottage
Elm Cottage
Harvest Cottage at Langham Barns
Plough Cottage at Langham Barns
Rose Barn at Priory Garden Cottages
Wisteria Cottage at Priory Garden Cottages

Market

Chapel St Leonards Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Admiral Benbow
Bellbank Public House
Grange Pub & Restaurant
Ship Inn
Trafalgar Inn
White House Inn

Restaurant

Grange Pub & Restaurant
La Piazza Italian
Marina Restaurant
St Leonards Restaurant

School

Chapel St Leonards Primary School

Self-Catering

Ash Cottage at Hillview Lakes
Clematis Cottage at Priory Garden Cottages
Harvest Cottage at Langham Barns
Plum Cottage at Langham Barns
Rose Barn at Priory Garden Cottages
Wisteria Cottage at Priory Garden Cottages

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Places to Stay near Chapel St Leonards

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Ash Cottage at Hillview Lakes (0.96 miles)

Ash Cottage at Hillview Lakes

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Surrounded by mature trees and open countryside in 25 acres of landscaped parkland around four well established fishing lakes, Hillview has received five David Bellamy Gold Awards ... More

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The Anchor Hotel and Bars (1.81 miles)

The Anchor Hotel and Bars
We are situated close to the sea in the popular seaside resort of Ingoldmells near Skegness in Lincolnshire. Our 25 hotel rooms have been fully refurbished en-suite to a very high standard and we offer ... More | visit website
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Harvest Cottage at Langham Barns (1.83 miles)

Harvest Cottage at Langham Barns

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Tucked down a quiet country lane, this very attractive cluster of cottages, beautifully converted from 300 year old barns, sits just 3 miles from the glorious sand ... More

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George's Gaff at The Laurels (2.84 miles)

George

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With the fabulous beaches and seaside entertainments of Skegness and Ingoldmells under 3 miles away, these two single storey, newly converted farm buildings are ideal for family ... More

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The North Shore Hotel (4.79 miles)

The North Shore Hotel

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The North Shore Hotel is a beautiful Georgian building on the seafront in the popular resort of Skegness. In fact it is the closest hotel in Skegness to the sea. ... More
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Southview Park Hotel (4.81 miles)

Southview Park Hotel

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In pleasant tranquil surroundings on the outskirts of Skegness, this luxury hotel offers comfortable, well-appointed accommodation in a convenient location, with good access to the area’s main roads and Skegness.

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The Southwold Hotel (5.06 miles)

The Southwold Hotel
Roger & Alison offer you a warm welcome and comfortable accommodation. We are a family run guest accommodation a few minutes from the sea front. All bedrooms have tea /coffee making facilities and TVs in ... More | visit website
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The Philmar (5.12 miles)

The Philmar
Located to the north of Skegness town centre, the Philmar Guest House is in an ideal location close to The Suncastle Bowling Greens and Natureland Marine Zoo. The North Shore Golf Course is just a ... More | visit website
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The Clarendon Hotel (5.31 miles)

The Clarendon Hotel
Clarendon Lodge is classed as guest accommodation offering bed and breafast service to all ages. We have family rooms, twin, double and single rooms, all en-suite. Five rooms are on the ground floor and three ... More | visit website
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Clarendon Lodge (5.31 miles)

Clarendon Lodge
Clarendon Lodge is situated just off the seafront and only a ten minute walk to the town centre and all the local amenities. The bus and train station are also within walking distance and if ... More | visit website

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