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Addlethorpe Car Boot
"good car boot but lacking disabled facilities toilet parking queuing for a toilet is no joke! shame cheap prices.

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Skegness Model Village
"No idea. Came today and yesterday purposely to Skegness and closed. Although signs remain outside saying open. No specific website to check first. Eventually find out that contact is via ..." More

Skegness Model Village
"Skegness Model Village its glory days are behind it. we took a stroll around the model village and found that pretty much not much has changed since we last walked around ..." More

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"Top marks to Skegness for the superb quality of the beach area that they have set aside for dogs. I was there about 2 weeks ago with four dogs and ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Skegness | 10 Places to Stay

Skegness is a coastal town in Lincolnshire with 10 miles of golden sandy beaches, and 34 acres of brightly coloured gardens. The promenade is a good place to start whether on foot or in one of the horse dawn carriages, the invigorating sea is ideal for swimming or one of the many water sports or perhaps have a donkey ride along the sands. The fun doesn’t stop once the sun goes down as the amazing site of the brightly coloured illuminations will dazzle, these fantastic light shows are bursting with colour… With miles of paths to enjoy and explore, whether you choose sand dunes and the Coast or the Salt Marsh and Nature Reserve you won’t be disappointed. For night owls there is dancing from Disco, Sequence or the Music Hall and Embassy Theatre for great shows. For animal lovers the Seal Sanctuary is home to all types of fish, tropical butterflies, penguins and of course Seals, or there is Hardy’s Animal Farm, with a variety of animals why not take a trip in one of the carts pulled by the Shire Horses. Or to see how it was done in times gone by there is the Church Farm Museum, with room settings from the 1900’s, time it right and the Black Smith will be at work in the Forge. With a visit to the ‘Lifeboat’ Station that’s been in operation for 175 years, or even Gunby Hall a 1700’s red brick house with clocks galore, or how about Batemens Brewery Visitors centre for thirsty visitors what better place to be. Perhaps ‘Fantasy Island‘ try out the roller coaster, water rides, shops, or what about a trip to Butlins for the day with Water Flumes, funfair, Go Karts, live entertainment and even a puppet show…Skegness really has got it all.


Duncan & Toplis
Ohara & Co


Burgh-le-Marsh Windmill
George Bateman and Son Limited
Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve and Visitor Centre
Lakeside Leisure Limited
Lifeboat Station
Magdalen Museum
Skegness Model Village
Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary
Skegness Pier
Skegness Water Leisure Park
Tower Esplanade Beach


Birchwood Fishing & Camping
Bluebell Farm Holidays
Countryman Inn (The)
Havenhouse Farm
Ivy Lodge
National Parrot Sanctuary

Sycamore Farm Caravanning and Camping

Caravan Park

Barham Caravan Site
Goodwin Park Touring Caravan Site
Hardys Touring Site
Hill View Lakes and Touring Park
Homelands Caravan Park
Manor Farm Caravan Park
Pine Trees Leisure Park
Promenade Caravan Park
Skegness Leisure Park
Skegness Sands Touring Site
Sycamore Farm Caravanning and Camping
Top Yard Farm Caravan Park

Care Home

Aspen Lodge Care Home


Dance - Sue McGough




Ash Cottage
Bell Cottages
Corn Cottage

Highfield Stables
The Barn
The Dairy
The Hayloft
The Old Barn
The Stables


Beacon Dental Practice
Tower Gardens Dental Practice


Beacon Medical Practice
Hawthorn Medical Practice
The Surgery

Estate Agent

Bairstow Eves East Midlands Ltd
Brown William H
Greystones Estate Agency
Hardcastle Anthony
Turner Evans

Golf Club

Seacroft Golf Club
Southview Golf Club

Holiday Park

Butlins Resort

Coastfield Holiday Park
Country Meadows Holiday Park
North Shore Holiday Centre
Richmond Holiday Centre
Southview Leisure Park


Addlethorpe Car Boot
Burgh Bypass Car Boot
Charnwood Car Boot
Eastgate Market
Skegness Car Boot

Performing Arts

Hallway To Dance

Pub and Bar

Charnwood Tavern
Litten Tree
Red Lion
Ship & Atlantic Bar
Welcome Inn



Clock Restaurant Ltd
Gandhi Restaurant
La Bella Napoli
Royal Hotel Skegness
Toto's Restaurant


Eric Norman Green
Walkers Rainey & Owen


4000 Taxis
East Coast Taxis
Red Cabs


Fenwold Veterinary Practice Ltd


W H Smith Ltd
Flower Power
Willows Farm
Lyndhurst Garden Centre & Coffee Shop
Animal Kingdom
Wainfleet Pets

Skegness Pet Centre
Blackbourns Shoes
The Old Library Gallery
H Samuel
Tree House
Rowlands Pharmacy




Sycamore Lakes(Fishing)
Skegness Cable Ski(Water Sports)

Places to Stay near Skegness

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The Philmar (0.16 miles)

The Philmar
Located to the north of Skegness town centre, the Philmar Guest House is in an ideal location close to The Suncastle Bowling Greens and Natureland Marine Zoo. The North Shore Golf Course is just a ... More | visit website
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The Southwold Hotel (0.16 miles)

The Southwold Hotel
Roger & Alison offer you a warm welcome and comfortable accommodation. We are a family run guest accommodation a few minutes from the sea front. All bedrooms have tea /coffee making facilities and TVs in ... More | visit website
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The Clarendon Hotel (0.27 miles)

The Clarendon Hotel
Clarendon Lodge is classed as guest accommodation offering bed and breafast service to all ages. We have family rooms, twin, double and single rooms, all en-suite. Five rooms are on the ground floor and three ... More | visit website
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Clarendon Lodge (0.27 miles)

Clarendon Lodge
Clarendon Lodge is situated just off the seafront and only a ten minute walk to the town centre and all the local amenities. The bus and train station are also within walking distance and if ... More | visit website
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Lyndsay Guest House (0.28 miles)

Lyndsay Guest House
A Small Family Run Guest House situated on a quiet tree lined Avenue, close to the town centre of Skegness, the beach, and with all other amenities within easy reach, the Lyndsay is one of ... More | visit website
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The Cleo Guest House (0.35 miles)

The Cleo Guest House

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Here at The Cleo we are a friendly Bed and Breakfast in the seaside town of Skegness. We are conveniently just a quick walk away from all the ameanities and ... More

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Coasters Hotel & Apartments (0.40 miles)

Coasters Hotel & Apartments
Coasters Hotel and Holiday apartments are located on the sea front near to the pier in Skegness. We are very close to the beach and within 5 minutes walk of the theatres, shops and bars ... More | visit website
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Savoy Hotel (0.40 miles)

Savoy Hotel
The Savoy is a premier, central seafront hotel offering a very warm welcome for all. Owned and run by the Underwood family since 1986, The Savoy enjoys an excellent central promenade location with all the sea ... More | visit website
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Linroy Guest House (0.40 miles)

Linroy Guest House
The Linroy guest house comprises 3 Single Rooms, 1 Twin-bedded Rooms, 2 Family rooms (Double plus single), 3 Double Rooms. Most rooms have ensuite facilities. Our bedrooms all have character, are colour co-ordinated ... More | visit website
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Sunnyside B&B (0.43 miles)

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Sunnyside B&B is a family run guest house offering a welcoming atmosphere. Sunnyside is situated at the heart of Skegness and is within walking distance to Natureland, North Parade ... More

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