A famous Great Northern Railway poster from 1908 shows a jolly fisherman in sou’wester and red scarf skipping along a beach above the words ‘Skegness is So Bracing”. Find out for yourself whether it is still as invigorating today and book yourself in to a Skegness B&B. Visit this traditional British seaside town to enjoy the beach, pier, SO Festival, annual carnival and rides and rollercoasters at nearby Fantasy Island theme park.
13 hotels in or near to Skegness, Lincolnshire
The Eastleigh has the ideal location for your stay in Skegness, conveniently situated on Scarbrough Avenue, adjacent to the seafront and within a couple of minutes walk of the pier, beach, Embassy Theatre, Natureland, Grand Central, seafront attractions and the centre of town. Our comfortable rooms are spacious, well-equipped and meticulously clean with lots of added little touches and luxuries to make your stay special. Our guests return to The Eastleigh time after time - we hope you will too!!
Our newly refurbished bedrooms and Holiday Apartments are ideally situated on the sea front, just minutes from the shops, restaurants, entertainment and the beach. Our Promenade location is all but opposite Skegness Pier, overlooking the sand dunes, waterway and the sea from our front facing rooms
Newly refurbished luxury apartments. Located on the sea front opposite the Pier. 2 minutes walk to the beach, amusements, shops, park and restaurants etc.
For those seeking a guesthouse near the promenade and sea front, our position is ideal. Stepping Stones is located on Caslteton Boulevard, just a stones throw from the Suncastle,bowling greens and Natureland. N.B. We welcome families and couples.
The Crown Hotel provides an excellent venue for a getaway to the coast, family holiday or golfing break. Only one mile from the town centre giving guests easy access to the resort attractions and yet it benefits from tranquil surroundings. We are in the best location for visiting Seacroft Golf Course (only 150 metres away) and nearby Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve. The Crown offers comfort and good service from our friendly team ensuring your stay provides a ‘home away from home’ experience.
Sunnyside offers a bed and breakfast service with private car parking, all en-suite rooms at affordable prices and located right in the heart of Skegness with only a five minute walk of the town centre, seafront and Skegness Pier.
Clarendon Lodge hotel is situated just off the seafront and all the local amenities, only ten minutes' walk to the town centre. The bus and train station is only a mile away and the nearest bus stop is approximately 0.2 miles.
The Royal Oak is a traditional Inn set in the heart of Wainfleet All Saints just outside the sea side town of Skegness.
The Merrydale Hotel is an eleven-bedroom, family-run establishment in the heart of Skegness. The team at the Merrydale pride themselves on providing every guest with a most enjoyable stay, through excellent service, home-cooked food, and affordable lodging. Run by the family team of Jake, Suzanne and Trevor, our guests experience a second-to-none "home-from-home" visit. This all makes the Merrydale, your perfect base when visiting Skegness.
The Woolpack Hotel is a multi-purpose pub situated opposite the square and town clock in the centre of Wainfleet.
Welcome to The Queens Hotel in Skegness, situated only yards from the sea-front and the Skegness Pier amusements. The hotel offers the ideal location for a seaside holiday and is conveniently close to the town and many coastal attractions available in the area.
Addlethorpe is a small village situated just off the A52 west of Skegness, Lincolnshire. It is surrounded by wonderful scenic countryside just waiting to be discovered. It is an ideal base to explore all the local attractions that the area has to offer. There is something to suit all ages, from historic houses, or visit the nearby beachs of Skegness. The pretty nearby historic town of Boston is also worth a visit.
The Bell Inn is located in the small town of Burgh le Marsh which was once an ancient Roman settlement. Just off the A158 and set between the popular seaside resort of Skegness, about three miles east and the beautiful tranquil hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds.