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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 accommodation exclusively for adults in Skegness with bed and breakfast (b&b). We pride ourselves on giving our visitors the very best of service not only in Skegness but on the whole of the Lincolnshire Coast.

We hold the:
*Welcome to Excellence certificate for our high standard of customer care

*Gold Food and Health Award which recognizes our constant commitment to safety, hygiene and providing healthier food choices for our customers, in our totally smoke-free establishment.

*The Tastes of Lincolnshire award for serving quality, locally sourced produce.

*New for 2011 we have received the Kellogg’s Breakfast award, only a hand full of Bed and Breakfasts in Skegness hold this.

We are only a few minutes’ walk from the beach, town, bus / coach station and amenities, and yet our location is tranquil so you can enjoy a peaceful and relaxing stay.

Tracy and Martin Bailey would like to welcome you to The Fountaindale. We have created a relaxed and informal atmosphere in tasteful surroundings that appeal to families with older children (over 14 years), senior citizens, and singles, couples and business people alike.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit England 4 Star Guest Accommodation
Welcome to Excellence Award
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No Smoking Rooms - Throughout Establishment
Tourist Board Inspected
TV in Rooms - Flat screen + freeview
Mineral water in recept.

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