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The North Shore Hotel

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The North Shore Hotel is a beautiful Georgian building on the seafront in the popular resort of Skegness. In fact it is the closest hotel in Skegness to the sea. With its unrivalled position, enjoying clear views of North Shore beach, the sea beyond and its own challenging golf course the North Shore is ideal for those holidaying in Skegness or on a golfing break.

The hotel is situated along 1km of Lincolnshire coast with views of both the expansive beach frontage and sea. It boasts it's own James Braid designed (part links, part parkland) 18 hole golf course. The 9th and 18th greens are located immediately outside the hotel bar. Take a 10 minute walk into the famous resort town of Skegness to enjoy holiday fun such as a walk on the Pier, Ten Pin Bowling, Laserquest, a choice of outdoor and indoor swimming pools, a myriad of activities for all age groups and a good choice of Night Life.

The hotel has its own restaurant, bar  and lounge providing the perfect atmosphere  for a relaxing break. The hotel offers 36 beautifully appointed rooms, all with modern facilities to ensure a comfortable stay.

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