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The Singlecote
34 Drummond Road
Skegness
Lincolnshire

PE25 3EB | View map
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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 greatest care to make your stay is as enjoyable as possible, and provide a service that is flexible and accommodating to your needs.

The Singlecote is open all year round and has single, double. twin and family rooms, which are all en-suite catering for most needs. Residents staying in the Singlecote can enjoy excellent home cooking from the full English breakfast to the 3 course evening meal, which are all cooked and presented to a high standard.

The Singlecote is situated a stones throw away from the main shopping centre, the amusements, embassy theatre and the beach. The hotel is in easy walking distance from the train station and the coach station, even if you have all those bags we tend to take on holiday with us.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 11
Number Ensuite: 9
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Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided
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Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
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