- "I stayed 4 nights at Southwold Guest House in Skegness, Roger and Alison are the perfect hosts! my room was spotless with a comfy bed, lots of tea, coffee and biscuits and lovely toiletries. Breakfast was delicious every day and cooked to order with enough choice for everyone. I would not hesitate to return."
- "I stayed at Linroy Guest House in Skegness on business, Angie and Mick made me feel right at home and comfortable. My room was gorgeous with a comfy bed, excellent shower, hairdryer, good tea facilities and toiletries. I enjoyed a cracking cooked English breakfast daily and I would not hesitate to return."
- "I stayed at Lyndsay Guest House in Skegness with my boyfriend and we could not have been happier, Lynda was a super host! Our room was lovely and had a comfy bed, powerful shower and lots of complimentary goodies. Breakfast was excellent, you can order anything you like and all cooked to order. We would not hesitate to recommend."
- "My husband and I stayed here when visiting friends and we loved it. We had a beautiful room with great attention to detail and pristine. Breakfast was a real feast of cereals, breads, jams, fresh fruit and a wonderful cooked full English with excellent vegetarian option. We would not hesitate to return."
- "I stayed at Craigside Hotel in Skegness with my husband when we visited family nearby. We received a lovely welcome and were shown to a clean and comfortable room with tea and coffee making facilities and excellent shower with lovely toiletries. Breakfast was spot on with fab service and just a couple minutes’ walk to the sea front, what more could you ask for?"
- "Found the Premier Hotel to be welcoming and reasonably priced. They have car parking facilities, as well as facilities for differently abled peoples. Couldn’t get the wi-fi to work but might be a user error. Beach is a bit far compared to other places. But price is excellent and there’s a continental (plus veggie, gluten-free) breakfast on offer. Worth it."
Skegness in Lincolnshire is a traditional British seaside town and is located on the east coast of the UK. Families have flocked to this location for many years to enjoy its beaches and seaside attractions. The Jolly Fisherman is an image that is associated with Skegness and a large picture of the seaside symbol greets visitors as they enter the town.
The first ever Butlins was opened in Skegness in 1936, and since then Butlins has become a seaside attraction across the country and one of the UK's favourite holiday park destinations. Other local holiday resorts also attract healthy interest. Within a short distance are the seaside villages of Mablethorpe, Ingoldmells and Chapel St Leonards. The Natureland Seal Sanctuary in Skegness itself is a popular family day out that mixes leisure with educational benefits as visitors are able to observe the seals in various different stages of their rehabilitation.
Skegness Stadium is located on the outskirts of the town and is host to the famous local stock car racing track. Caravan racing, speedway racing, truck racing, and fireworks displays are also held at the stadium. The coastal location also enables a variety of water sports in high season, including wind-surfing, water-skiing, and sea fishing.
Although traditionally a fishing town, the area has become primarily a tourist and holiday location, this is partly attributed to the Butlins holiday park. The variety of local attractions and the award winning beaches have further strengthened Skegness as a significant and popular UK seaside town.
FAQ's about Skegness accommodation
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What B&B's in Skegness take group bookings?
There are several places in Skegness that accept group bookings, wedding parties & events.
How much is it for a B&B in Skegness tonight?
Our best value B&B deal tonight can be found at The Southwold Guest House from £21 * with 9 rooms and a guest review score of 9.2. * Subject to availability.
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