The Grand Hotel The Grand Hotel In Skegness Ideally set on the east coast of England with a prime seafront position, and close to Skegness town centre lies The Grand Hotel Skegness. The Grand Hotel is undoubtedly a privileged and top accommodation for you as guests willing to explore the beauty of this picturesque seaside city and embark on a breathtaking journey ahead of you in the resort town of Skegness. The Grand Hotel is located very close to Skegness Rail Station, which is a 15-minute walk away, and Humberside Airport is the nearest airport to the hotel, a one-hour drive. In addition, The Grand Hotel is set a short amble away from the nearest bus station, The Seal Sanctuary, making it an ideal place to explore the city on budget. Enjoying from a unique position across the North Sea and overlooking a bowling green, The Grand Hotel Skegness is perched on the left of the Skegness Pier (about 300 yards away) and a 4-minute stroll to Natureland Seal Sanctuary. Just step out of The Grand Hotel and wash away and walk away from the routines of your very busy and urban lifestyle with the numerous attractions and activities in one of the country’s first seaside resorts. The Grand Hotel in More Detail Standing delightfully in the centre of Skegness, The Grand Hotel comprises 21 rooms in total, each including an ensuite bathroom. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Some rooms offer a private balcony with views of the bowling green and seafront, perfect for watching the sunset and taking in the sea breeze. For a bit of entertainment, flat-screen TVs come with digital channels, and you can also appreciate conveniences like outdoor tables and coffee makers. You can even work remotely or continue studying at The Grand Hotel as all the rooms are laptop-friendly, and free Wi-Fi is also available. *Please note that right now, there are only three on-site parking spaces served on a first-come-first-served basis. How to Travel Around Skegness While Staying in The Grand Hotel Skegness If you are planning a visit to Lincolnshire seaside resort of Skegness, there are lots of easy options to take. Skegness has a great frequent bus service that covers all the main attractions and goes along the seafront and the pier area. The open-top buses are a good choice if you are travelling to Skegness in hotter months of the year. Buses leave Skegness at around 6 am, and the last bus departing is just after 11 pm. Tourists especially love the seaside resort because getting around on foot is easy. You can walk to all the main areas and attractions without a car! The one and only train station of Skegness is located right in the town centre and The Grand Hotel, making all journeys throughout the town easily accessible. Beaches Near The Grand Hotel Skegness Being in a seaside resort town means you’re expecting to spend most of your time on the seafront, and Skegness won’t let you down. The award-winning (Blue Flag Award) Skegness Beach is a 5-minute leisurely stroll from The Grand Hotel. The extensive sandy beach with a vintage promenade and pier is undoubtedly what Skegness is known for. There are many activities to do such as donkey rides and the Fairy Dell paddling pool, you don’t have to worry about parking your car as there are plenty. Anderby Beach, 20-minute from the hotel, is much smaller than Skegness Beach but a perfect if you bring your bucket and spade. The beach is popular “for sandcastle competitions, digging holes and all sorts of beachy business.” Feel the sand between your toes, maybe even a little mud, let the water run through them and tickle you, and enjoy the rhythm of the ocean. How about holding an ice cream in hand and gazing into the vastness of the sea? Closer to The Grand Hotel than Anderby Beach lies the caravan-dwellers-dream spot, Ingoldmells Beach. Drape over a jumper on your shoulders, get some help from the experts, and have a crack at sailing. If you’re not good at swimming, why not stay in shallows and do some splashy struggle in the water? And don’t forget to take a walk on the promenade and capture the breathtaking views. A “near-tropical gem on the Lincolnshire coast,” Moggs Eye Beach (Huttoft) is known for its golden sands and grassy dunes. Surrounded by sandhills and unspoilt countryside, the beach is a perfect escape from busy everyday life. It’s up to you to make most of your time at the beach. It is definitely worth taking a 20-minute drive from The Grand Hotel to visit Moggs Eye Beach. Things to Do Near The Grand Hotel Skegness is home to several attractions which are within an easy walking distance of each other and The Grand Hotel. The classic arcades of Harris Amusements, PLR Leisure, and an art deco cinema are located on Lumley Road, along with multiple shops for any taste set just 700 meters from the hotel. Set within a stone’s throw of each other, Skegness Clock Tower, Skegness Aquarium, and Skegness Model Village are situated next to the Boating Lake - an ideal location for a leisurely sail and a short walking distance to The Grand Hotel. If you wish to experience a wonderful time with your family, Natureland Seal Sanctuary up the North Parade is a must-visit. Other popular places of interest near The Grand Hotel are: - Embassy Theatre (1 min) - Tower Cinema (2 min) - Suncastle Bowling Greens (1 min) - North Shore Golf Club (3 min) - Fantasy Island (11 min) There are some amazing restaurants and cafes to visit when you want to have some special moments with your loved ones. The Steamboat Cookhouse and Pub is one of those restaurants that offer you a variety of best dishes, either traditional or international. The fascinating decoration and the quality of food are all you need to have a perfect dining experience. If you are looking for something more casual when you are walking in Skegness or coming back from the beaches to The Grand Hotel, you can pay Tower Cafe a visit, sit on the cafe’s wooden chairs next to the windows and enjoy the view. Then, order a cup of tea with some sweets and get refreshed and go back to the hotel.