Skegness - A breath of fresh air.
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HOTELS AND ACCOMMODATION IN SKEGNESS
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Skegness has a great selection of vaired accommodation. For thoise who love camping there is no shortage of caravan sites in Skegness who accommodate tents, touring caravan holidays and statics.
Golf breaks and are another option with the North Shore Hotel amongst the larger hotels in the area.
If you are looking to stay the traditional way in either Bed and Breakfast accommodation or a Skegness Guest House there are many family run establishments available to cater for all tastes and budgets, many of which can be found just a few minutes walk from the beach.
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Getting to Skegness is easy
We are located on the East coast of Lincolnshire in the UK less than 50 miles from Humberside Airport and have good road and rail links into the town. So bring your family, your friends, or just yourself and have a break in Skegness on the drier side of Britain.
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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.
Until the town's first rail link was built in the mid 1870s, Skegness had been little more than a village with fewer than 400 residents, most of whom earned a living as fishermen or farm labourers.
Once the trains began rolling into town, Skegness soon burst into life as the successful seaside holiday resort we know today.
The frequent rail excursions that brought visitors to Skegness in their thousands also gave rise to one of the town's best known icons - the cheerful and irrepressible Jolly Fisherman.
His 'birth' in 1908 came at the hand of artist John Hassall, who created the character for an advertising poster at the request of the Great Northern Railway Company..