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60 Scarborough Avenue

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Eastleigh is situated on a tree lined avenue adjacent to the Pier, two minutes walk to the Embassy Theatre, Shopping Centre, and all the seafront amenities, the bowling Greens and Golf Clubs are near by. Tony and Linda offer you a happy and carefree holiday in a pleasant family atmosphere, with good home cooked food and excellent accommodation.

All of our rooms are en-suite and are tastefully decorated, we also have a spacious family suite, some rooms have sea views. We have a comfortable lounge with a friendly licensed bar for you to relax in during the evenings, with a selection of board games and T.V. Guests are assured of everything being done for their comfort. May we take this opportunity to invite you to a warm welcome.

Colour T.V and Ceiling Fans in all rooms.
All rooms En-suite.
Own keys with access at all times.
Tea & Coffee making facilities.
Hairdryers in all rooms.
Vegetarians catered for.
Cleanliness assured at all times.
Food and Hygiene Certificate.
Fire Certificate.
No V.AT.
Secure car park.
Separate tables in the dining room.

We would also like to take this opportunity to inform you of our 2 room family suite comprising of one double bed with ensuite, a 3 seater setee but also connected to it is a second room with two single beds, both rooms have T.V's and are situated to the front of the hotel. For more information please contact us. This is totally unique to guest accommodations in Skegness.

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