we stayed here for a week in September. Good basic accommodation. No frills, but it has all you need. What you'd expect for the price. Good wheelchair facilities. Friendly staff. Advertised facilities were not available, e.g. the bar was closed, but we were informed that it was 'out of season' (the first week in September) Plenty of food, as long as you want cornflakes or rice crispies, tea or coffee, which I guess most people do. No choice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Paul offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere to everyone that wishes to visit Skegness. Having en-suite rooms including ground floor bedrooms to suit everyone's needs. 3 of which are disabled friendly with wet rooms and extra wide doors for wheelchair access. (mobility scooter hire available). Clarendon Lodge has off road car parking, pretty south facing patio area, licensed bar and games room with pool table, darts, cards and a large screen flat tv. We are only 2 minutes walk to Skegness beach, and a 10 minute walk to Skegness Aquarium and all other main seafront attractions that Skegness has to offer such as Natureland, bowling, golf, swimming, the shops and arcades and the bus stop to take you to Fantasy Island and Eastgate Market. Clarendon Lodge offer bed and breakfast ( B&B ) accommodation in Skegness and are well located for the local restaurants and cafes and the clubs and bars. Breakfast is served at 09.30 - 10.30 am. ... more less
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