Alford

In the lovely setting of the Wolds the little town of Alford is a gem of a place, with its five-sailed windmill and manor house museum in the settlement and nature reserves fringing it... Read More

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Windmill Hotel

Windmill Hotel

A splendid 17th-century coaching house overlooking the Old Market Place in Alford. Ideal for the coast and Cadwell Park. All our rates include a full English breakfast. The Windmill Hotel comprises of 10 comfortable en suite ... More | visit website

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Half Moon Hotel

Half Moon Hotel

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The Half Moon Hotel and Restaurant has been in the same family for nearly 40 years. A listed building with a history going back some 400 years, in a lively social ... More | Double Room: From £60

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Harvest Cottage at Langham Barns (5.24 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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Bacchus Hotel (5.70 miles)

Bacchus Hotel

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This 17th century coaching inn is recently refurbished and family-run, offering winter log fires, free on-site parking and free internet access, all within 100 metres of the blue flag beach.
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The Ramblers Guest House (5.96 miles)

The Ramblers Guest House
The Ramblers is ideally situated on the coast road between Mablethorpe & Sutton on sea, with views overlooking the Wolds, making it an ideal place to stay for exploring both the Lincolnshire Wolds and the ... More | visit website
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Ash Cottage at Hillview Lakes (6.21 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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Watermill Cottage (6.39 miles)

Watermill Cottage

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A haven of tranquillity, perfect for a romantic break, this lovingly converted riverside stable boasts a beautifully appointed interior, private garden and hot tub. Approached by a ... More

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Bell Hotel (7.40 miles)

Bell Hotel
The Bell Hotel is located in the attractive village of Burgh le Marsh just eight miles from the popular east coast resort of Skegness and 10 miles from the tranquil Lincolnshire Wolds.

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George's Gaff at The Laurels (7.94 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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Kenwick Park Hotel (8.24 miles)

Kenwick Park Hotel

Approached via a magnificent avenue of broadleaf trees, this hotel has been created by carefully converting and extending the imposing, Georgian-style Kenwick Hall. The hotel is situated off the A157, just 5 minutes away from the ... More | visit website

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The Anchor Hotel and Bars (8.27 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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Southview Park Hotel (9.03 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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