Skegness - Seafront - Why Stay here ?
Twenty years ago, Skegness was one of the prime holiday destinations for UK residents looking to get away from the grind of their working lives. However, thanks to increased investment recently, the area is once again pulling in tourists from all over the country, and it’s about time too.
The seaside town is picturesque and serene, so opting to visit here this year could be exactly what you need to relax and unwind. With a population of only around 19,000 people, nothing is ever done in a hurry in this location, and all the locals have a smile on their faces.
People have been coming here since it was first opened as a holiday resort in 1936, so you only have to speak to your friends and family to get a full review and recommendation.
Where should you stay when visiting Skegness for a holiday ?
There are numerous of different hotels, B&Bs and guest houses in the area, so no matter how much cash you have to spend, you’re sure you find suitable accommodation on the seafront, near the beach or in the town centre with a family room.
As always, you can search through our website to locate the best possible solutions, and you’ll be glad to know we’re constantly adding new places. This is truly one of the best destinations overlooking the North Sea, and you definitely don’t want to miss out on a trip here before it becomes bustling once again.
At the moment, the entire area is very relaxed, but will all the new funding landing in Skegness recently, that won’t be the case for much longer.
What should you do ? Embassy Theatre, Pier, ...
As we just mentioned, Skegness has received a lot of investment over the last few years, and so more and more tourist attractions are appearing all the time.
In the past, you would have had to make do with a stunning seafront and a lot of arcades, but these days there’s even more exciting activities on offer. We always advise people to check out the Natureland Seal Sanctuary, especially if children are joining them for the visit.
Also, Skegness Stadium, the Embassy Theatre and Skegness Pier are all worth a look. If you have a number of children with you, it might be sensible to spend a day at Fantasy Island, the local theme park. While it’s certainly not the best one of its kind in the country, it’s certainly not the worst either.
Is there anything to do in town at night ?
Of course there is! While the population might be low, people who live here still need something to occupy themselves during the evening, and so you’ll never get bored.
We recommend you check out Papas Bar, The Lakes Restaurant and Big Mo’s Grill if you're looking for top class cuisine. However, if you want to spend some time having a little drink during the evening, you can’t go wrong with Wolfies Wine Bar, The Marine Boathouse Bar and The Old Chequers Inn.
All are located on the seafront, and all provide weekly entertainment that usually consists of music and dancing.
So, don’t delay and book your Skegness trip today!