Skegness

Skegness – so bracing as the old advert said – is a proper seaside resort with excellent sands, the promenade for a stroll, a wealth of rides and amusements, and plenty of other attractions including locally brewed Bateman’s beer in some of its pubs... Read More

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Skegness Events

May
Medieval Weekend
August
Skegness Carnival Week
November
The Big Renuion's Once Upon A Time (Ch 2)
The Big Reunion's Once Upon A Time (Ch 1)
December
Christmas Market
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County Hotel

County Hotel

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The County Hotel is an elegant 1930's building, standing proudly on the North Parade seafront. After a full day exploring the ... More

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Southview Park Hotel

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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Vine Hotel

Vine Hotel

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Beautiful and tranquil refurbished 18th century hotel. Reputedly the second oldest building in Skegness, The Vine Hotel is set in magnificent gardens, only 1.5 miles from the attractions of Skegness, and just ... More

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Hotel No8

Hotel No8
Hotel no 8 is a family-run business opened in May 2009 providing excellent sea view accomodation in Skegness.
18 en-suite bedrooms are available, all with TV's and free Wi-fi ranging from single rooms to double and ... More | visit website
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Royal Hotel Skegness

Royal Hotel Skegness

The Royal hotel is a magnificent hotel constructed in the 1890s.
The Hotel comprises 72 bedrooms, and numerous facilities. Three bars, two restaurants, games room, and function room to name but a few.
All bedrooms are non ... More | Double Room: From £58 | visit website

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The Singlecote

The Singlecote

The Singlecote is a small very friendly family run hotel, which prides its self with a relaxing and informal atmosphere, it has a Visit Britain 3 Star Rating. Your hosts Mark and Sheila take the ... More | visit website

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Coasters Hotel & Apartments

Coasters Hotel & Apartments
Coasters Hotel and Holiday apartments are located on the sea front near to the pier in Skegness. We are very close to the beach and within 5 minutes walk of the theatres, shops and bars ... More | visit website
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The Crawford Hotel

The Crawford Hotel
The Crawford Hotel is an adult only hotel that goes beyond what you expect from a boutique hotel. Located on South Parade, with sea views, and a short stroll to the beach, you can enjoy ... More | visit website
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Crown Hotel

Crown Hotel

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Situated in Seacroft Village, with its golf course and nearby bird sanctuary, this hotel offers tranquil surroundings, yet only one and a half miles from the town centre. The Crown Hotel is ... More

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Fountaindale

Fountaindale

The Fountaindale, Skegness, nestles in the heart of this fantastic east coast seaside resort, and offers visitors a truly wonderful visit whether it be for business or pleasure.

We offer quality four star silver rated guest ... More | visit website

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