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County - Lincolnshire | Map
Tel code: 01754 | code search
Postcode: PE25 | code search
Population: 3900
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Three Tuns Inn
"We make a bee-line for this pub (Over 85 miles) on our visits to the East Coast, because we believe it gives great value for money, FREE car parking in ..." More

Countryman
"My wife and I were stopping in Skegness for a few days and decided to go for an evening meal.After driving round we found the Countryman and thought lets give ..." More

Countryman
"Great place! Warm friendly people. Food is great an superb value for money.Im not quite a locals local, but for sure will spend alot more time at the countryman in ..." More

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Ingoldmells is fairly large village in demographic terms, having a population of nearly 4,000. It lies on the A52 adjacent to Skegness on the Lincolnshire Coastline and is a popular tourist destination. Its popularity is partly due to the proximity of Skegness, but it also has some notable attractions of its own. The Fantasy Island Family Amusement Park has many rides and attractions for all tastes. It has six white knuckle rides; including the Jubilee Odyssey, built in 2002 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. The ride includes five inversions; the loop, the cobra roll, the horseshoe, the sidewinder and the corkscrew. The park boasts a huge variety of both family and children's rides; about 24 in all! Apart from the amusements, you can enjoy Eastgate Market, which meanders around the outside of the park. Eastgate Market is the largest outdoor market in Europe that is open seven days a week. It features hundreds of colourful stalls, retail outlets, crafts and live shows. It also contains Piazza Mall which features over 30 shops. Ingoldmells is also home to the majestic dome of the Skyline Pavilion at the redeveloped Butlins Skegness. The area has an abundance of Holiday Parks and Caravan Parks, making it a popular and ideal destination for families.

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St Pauls Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Bell Inn
Countryman
Last Resort
Lookout
Oasis Bar
Three Tuns Inn

Restaurant

Bell Inn
Countryman
Dragon Pearl
Greenacres Restaurant
Harvest Restaurant & Elms Coffee Shop
Last Resort
Taj Mahal

School

Ingoldmells Primary School

Self-Catering

George's Gaff at The Laurels

Shops

Beacon Pharmacy

Places to Stay near Ingoldmells

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The Anchor Hotel and Bars (0.66 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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George's Gaff at The Laurels (1.11 miles)

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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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Ash Cottage at Hillview Lakes (1.91 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 North Shore Hotel (2.81 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 (3.01 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 areaís main roads and Skegness.

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The Southwold Hotel (3.08 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 (3.14 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 (3.32 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 (3.32 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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Lyndsay Guest House (3.37 miles)

Lyndsay Guest House
A Small Family Run Guest House situated on a quiet tree lined Avenue, close to the town centre of Skegness, the beach, and with all other amenities within easy reach, the Lyndsay is one of ... More | visit website

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