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Situated on the Lincolnshire coast, Skegness has to be one of the UK's most famous seaside resort towns. It still entices the punters with attractions such as the classic Skegness Beach and Skegness Pier. The beach is well served by facilities – from cafés and restaurants to donkey rides and lifeguards. The pier is a hub for entertainment, offering a variety of playgrounds, games and places to eat and drink.
Thankfully there are plenty of Skegness hotels to choose from right by the beach, offering incredible views of the sea. If you really want to enjoy a British-style seaside break, book a bed & breakfast by the beach and enjoy a traditional fry-up in the morning.
The United Kingdom does well for iconic seaside resorts. The South coast boasts Bournemouth and Brighton. The West coast is home to Blackpool and Weston-super-Mare. For the East coast, Skegness is undoubtedly the stand-out seaside destination, and Lincolnshire is justifiably proud of their favourite seaside resort.
On top of the obvious, a hotel in Skegness also gives you easy access to other attractions a little further afield. Check out Hunstanton Beach, the incredible natural beauty of Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve or learn about the sea's cutest creatures at the Natureland Seal Sanctuary
As you'd expect from one of the county's flagship holiday destinations, Skegness is home to some of the most spectacular seaside hotels and bed & breakfasts.
If you want to get as close to the action as possible, the Pier View Hotel and Apartments is a sound choice. As the name suggests, the property is ideally located, just a stone's throw from the lively beach front. Self-catering options are available and there's free WiFi throughout – perfect for families.
It's not only the beach which brings tourists to Skegness, however. The Best Western North Shore Hotel and Golf Club offers a slightly different way to enjoy the seafront location, with a full 18-hole golf course on-site.
There may be a veritable feast of activities in Skegness itself, but the seaside town also operates as a hub from which to visit the more peaceful parts of Lincolnshire. If you have access to a car then you have no end of superb options. The nearby coast is punctuated by stunning nature reserves, and the surrounding countryside is home to a wealth of spectacular country homes and castles.