Hotels in Skegness, East Lindsey

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All hotels in and around Skegness, East Lindsey

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  • 0.9 km
from 90.00 €
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  • 2.1 km
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  • 22.2 km
from 119.00 €
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  • 28.8 km
from 62.00 €
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  • 33.7 km
from 53.00 €
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  • 34.1 km
from 84.00 €
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  • 36.9 km
from 114.00 €

The Seaside Sparkle of Skegness

Skegness is heralded as Lincolnshire's most famous seaside resort due to it's coastal charm, welcoming locals and kaleidoscopic array of attractions. The sights and scents of the town are the epitome of traditional Englkish culture, with the colourful stalls selling sticks of rock, the enticing aroma of salty fish and chips and the raucous cries of children playing happily on the beach.

The Pleasant Promenade

Begin your day with an enchanting wander down Skegness' iconic Promenade and Pier, centres of vibrant entertainment that border the golden, sandy beach of the resort. Traditional souvenir shops, quaint tea rooms and the famous Jolly Fisherman poster can all be found upon a relaxed wander. Admire the wonderful wildlife of the area with a visit to the Nature Land Seal Sanctuary, a charitable centre that rescues and recuperates abandoned baby seals. Visitors can hand feed delightful seal pups and marvel at a wealth of wildlife including penguins, tropical butterflies, flamingos and coral fish. The centre has just received a playful set of meerkats, so ensure you watch the exuberant creatures frolic in a recreation of their natural habitat. Continue to admire the resorts natural beauty with a visit to Gibraltar Point, a dynamic stretch of coastline from which visitors can enjoy stunning views of nature and diverse variety of wildlife.

The Village Voice

Return to the coast to enjoy the English classic of fish and chips n a comfortable bench upon the promenade. Next, immerse yourself in the community atmosphere of Skegness by visiting the Chruch Farm Village, a hidden gem of England's east coast. The Farm Village is an open air museum that gives a glimpse into the archaic agricultural traditions; experience daily life in a typical Victorian farmhouse, marvel at the traction enjoy and watch actors recreate typical scenes from Victorian England. Continue to revisit tradition at the Skegness Model Village, a tranquil and serene space dedicated to recreating a charming village in the countryside.

Bright Lights, Fast Rides

As the sun sinks into the calm sea and the dazzling lights of the town burst into life, pay a visit to the bright and blaring wonderland of Fantasy Island. The infectious atmosphere, bright colours and gravity defying rides are sure to set your heart racing and those craving adrenaline should certainly ride the vertiginous Millennium and Odyssey rollercoasters. Return to the stable fixtures of earth to enjoy gastronomical delights at The Barely Mow Restaurant; enjoy the warm, welcoming atmosphere while feasting upon refined pub grub such as creamy garlic mushrooms, braised lamb shanks and succulent sirloin steaks, toasting your exuberant excursion with a pint of classic real ale.
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