Coasters Hotel And Holiday Apartments

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

10 North Parade
PE25 2UB

Coasters Hotel And Holiday Apartments, Skegness

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Ideally situated on the Skegness Sea Front, this traditional coastal guest house offers a comfortable and relaxing place to stay when visiting this family friendly part of the country. Located almost directly opposite Skegness Pier, the property is centrally located for all of the towns amenities, making it the ideal base for a break on the East Coast.All bedroomsapartments are comfortably styled and decorated incorporating all modern facilities to make for a relaxing break. Offering the perfect base for which to explore and enjoy the surrounding area.Though Coasters do not have a restaurant the immediate area boasts an excellent range of restaurants and cafes in which to enjoy any variety of meal.

The town is also famous for its contributions to the traditional English favourite: Seaside Fish and Chips. Skegness offers a plethora of sweet treats to enjoy on your stroll along the beach, including Ice Cream, Waffles and the quintessential Seaside Rock.The area also holds a fantastic selection of bars where you can enjoy a friendly environment. The range of establishments offers something for everyone, from sports bars and nightclubs to family friendly bars and pubs.

Many also offer snacks and pub meals, ideal if you would prefer a more informal setting for your evening meal.Skegness offers a fun filled family break that has something for everyone to enjoy. The coastal town offers everything that comes to mind when you think of the classical British Seaside resort: the amusement arcades, where you can try your luck and get a win; the theatres, offering family friendly productions as well as frequent comedy shows; fairground rides for a fun thrill and perhaps most famous of all the Victorian Pier, taking pride of place on the Promenade. The are also boasts quality Golf Courses and is within driving distance of some of Lincolnshires other popular locations, including Ingoldmells, Boston and the Cathedral City of Lincoln.

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