Skegness Beach

The Lincolnshire Coast is relatively easy to travel to. The location in central eastern England is ideal for easy access for most visitors throughout the U.K. Skegness has a reasonable and reliable Rail link. Visitors are recommended to carefully note rail network times, and appreciate that because we are not a mainline station, the frequency of trains may differ to that in City locations.

Image of trainFor visitors arriving by Rail or Coach, both terminals are located on Richmond Drive (adjacent to the railway station). Ample Taxi services operate from this area. There is a regular bus service to Ingoldmells, Chapel St. Leonards, Sutton on Sea and Mablethorpe. Similar services are available to Lincoln and Boston. Bus time table information an be obtained by visiting the Stage Coach web site. Time tables vary in accordance with the holiday seasons.

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Travelling to Skegness
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From London: M25 - A1 or M11 or M1 north.
From the Midlands:
A52 or A158
From the North M180 - A16
Image of carLarge car parking facilities are located at the North end of the promenade (Seaview Road / North Parade). Other car parks are located adjacent to Skegness Pier and at Tower Esplanade (adjacent to the Clock Tower), and at the south end of Skegness promenade (South Parade). Limited free parking is available on some local roads. In central Skegness, parking time is limited to varying time sessions. There are no on-road parking meters in Skegness. Coach parking is located on Richmond Drive, adjacent to the railway station. Useful travelling information can be obtained by tuning your car radio to Radio Lincolnshire on 94.9 MHz. Visit our map page for more information of locations.

London 130 miles.
York 100 miles.
Hull (ferry from Europe) 65 miles.
Dover 210 miles.
Manchester 130 miles.

Skegness is an excellent and economical base for touring Northern England.
Image of carVisitors travelling to Ingoldmells and Chapel St. Leonards from the South (via Boston) may consider taking the A16 from Boston rather than the A52 coastal route. Travel to the Junction of A158, close to the village of Partney. Follow the signposts to Skegness. At Gunby roundabout (shortly after the village of Candlesby) take the third exit to Skegness, but keep in the left side lane. This will filter into rural roads, through the village of Orby and will join the A52 to the north of Ingoldmells village. This route will avoid the necessity of travelling through Skegness town centre, which may be congested at peak times. This route may also be taken to Skegness, but access the right hand lane after Gunby roundabout.
Nearest Airports

East Midlands
The Lincolnshire coastline is not blessed with the finest roads in the country. Please beware of occasional sharp bends, in particular on the A52 (Boston to Skegness).

Image of dogWe are frequently requested to forward information relating to exercising dogs on Skegness beach. Skegness welcomes responsible visitors with dogs, and the miles of open golden beach is a haven for exercise to both dogs and owners. If you are reserving accommodation, please check with the establishment that dogs are accepted and welcomed. Please note that from 1st May to 30th September, there are some restricted areas where dogs are not permitted and other areas where dogs must be kept on a lead. For more information, please click this link for maps of restriced areas.

To the south, please observe restrictions at Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve where dogs may be required to be on lead.
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