Sunnyside B&B

Guest Accommodation in Skegness, Lincolnshire

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Sunnyside B&B, Skegness

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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 bowling greens, the Pier and the Embassy Threatre, plus many many more attractions. Sunnyside B&B is tastefully decorated in its original Victorian style.

Although we do not have a bar there is the New Park Club directly across the road and the Suncastle, Barlife, Litten Tree, Marine and many more resturants and bars all within walking distance and if you fancy a night in why not take advantage of the fridge and TV/DVD that is provided in your own room.

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