The County Hotel (Skegness)

A Hotel in Skegness, Lincolnshire

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North Parade
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The County Hotel (Skegness), Skegness

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The County Hotel is an elegant 1930s building, standing proudly on the North Parade seafront - a level walk to all amenities. It is easy to see why Skegness has been a traditional seaside holiday favorite for many generations and why it continues to grow in popularity. Unfortunately we do not accept American Express and Diners Club Credit cards.

2 star rating

From: £40.00


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