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Stoneleigh Hotel
67 Sandbeck Avenue
Skegness
Lincolnshire

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Jan and Roger would like to introduce you to their Four Star award-winning hotel. The Stoneleigh is in a desirable location being a short walking distance from the town centre, the beach, train station, bus station and the rest of the amenities that Skegness has to offer.

We present a very high standard of clean, spacious accommodation, all rooms being fully en-suite with a shower and some with a bath. We have a licensed bar and a guest lounge for your relaxation. Meals are taken in our attractive dining room.

We are a NON-SMOKING establishment with The Lincolnshire Clean Air Gold Award and have recently been awarded the prestigious Gold Food and Health Award as we offer a daily choice of healthy local home-cooked fresh produce including fresh Lincolnshire produce. The hotel also has a distinction awarded from the Marquess Inspection Scheme.

Bottled mineral water as well as decaffeinated and caffeinated tea and coffee, colour TV and hairdryers are available in all rooms and ironing facilities if required.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7

Price per Room:

Double: £45 - £50
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No Smoking Rooms
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