Perched on the 'drier side of Britain', Skegness is a seaside resort that's small enough to offer a friendly atmosphere, but large enough to provide hours of entertainment for young and old alike. Familiarly known as 'Skegvegas' or 'Skeggy', it's a popular destination for people living in the Midlands, being closer than Blackpool but still offering the same traditional coastal escape.
Probably the most famous landmark in Skegness is the Clock Tower, built to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897. Tower Esplanade then leads the way to the beach and the Pier, which can be seen from Ingoldmells to the north and from the south from Gibraltar Point.
CHOICE OF 3 HOTELS!
*3 Crown *Seafront *Lift *Car Park
The impressive County Hotel stands proudly on North Parade seafront, a short level walk to the Pier and town centre. This elegant 1930's building is the leading seafront hotel and features a lovely art deco style restaurant and stylish bar lounge.
*2 Crown *Entertainment *Lift *Small Car Park
Ideally situated on a tree lined avenue just yards from the seafront and Pier, making the family run Queens Hotel the ideal location for a great seaside holiday. The hotel offers entertainment, lounge bar & restaurant and is conveniently placed to enjoy the many attractions that Skegness has to offer!
*2 Crown *Some Evening Entertainment *Lift
Things to do in Skegness
The long established family run Leisure Hotel is situated in the heart of Skegness, literally just a few paces from the Promenade, shops, bars and all the attractions that Skegness has to offer! A warm and friendly welcome is assured at the Leisure Hotel, which offers some evening entertainment and spacious bar/lounge area.
More places to enjoy nearby
Natureland Seal Sanctuary
Skegness Model Village
Church Farm Museum
Skegness Golf Centre
Chapel St Leonards
Belton House, Grantham
Hardys Animal Farm
Woodhall Spa - Dambuster Fame
Horncastle Antiques Trail