The Royal Hotel Skegness

South Parade, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 3EH, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Skegness

A Dip In The Pool

by DUNK67

One of the funniest things that I saw when I was in Skegness was in the outdoor swimming pool at Butlins Holiday Camp. We had all been out drinking and then decided to go for a dip in the pool after the bars had shut. Off came most of our clothes and in we dived, we were having a great time until one of the Redcoats arrived back on camp after a night out on the town. He stood at the edge of pool blowing his whistle and shouting "everybody out of the pool" for all his worth. That was until somebody ran up behind him and gave him an almighty shove sending him, his whistle and his brand new suit flying head first into the pool. Needless to say he wasn`t very happy.

A Step Back in Time

by Gillybob

A visit to Skegness on England's Fun Caost is like taking a step back in time.

My family used to have a static caravan on one of the plethora of caravan parks in and around Skegness (yes, this IS caravan central) and I was taken there regularly as a child. On a recent return visit, I was gobsmacked to find that, almost 30 years later, the place has hardly changed. The Royal Oak was still at the corner of the caravan park and the Linga Longa Chippy was still opposite - with its original sign! Having said this, the caravan park itself has changed immensely and no longer resembles the park of my childhood (given the memories that this place holds, this is probably a good thing).

At Skegness Pier and along the seafront at Skegness, everything was still there that I remember, including the log flume ride which must now be over 40 years old - and still going strong!!

Skegness itself is a great base for a visit to Lincolnshire and the Lincolnshire Wolds. Lincoln itself is just over an hour's drive away and the Cathedral and Castle there are well worth a visit.


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 The Royal Hotel Skegness

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Address: South Parade, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 3EH, United Kingdom