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Richmond Holiday Centre, Skegness

What to Expect:
  • Self catering
  • Beach < 1km
  • Cafe/restaurant
  • Great for babies
  • Great for kids 4-12
  • Great for toddlers
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor play area

Richmond Holiday Centre is an entertaining caravan park on the edge of Skegness offering the beauty of the local Lincolnshire Wolds and a short walk from the seaside. The Centre provides an indoor heated swimming pool, children’s playground and a clubhouse with evening entertainment. There is a sauna and spa for the parents to relax or the nearby beach so the family can soak up the sun. On hand is a supermarket with off licence and a hair dresser for those who wish to return with a new ‘do’ to match their tan.

Accommodation

A choice of 2 and 3 bedroom caravans with TV, kitchen including microwave, shower, bed linen and duvets and gas and electricity are included.

Facilities

Facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool, amusements, sauna and spa, children's playground, clubhouse with entertainment, pool and table tennis, all-weather ball court, bar and bar food, supermarket with off licence and gift shop, café, hair salon, fish and chip shop and a launderette.

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Location

Richmond Holiday Centre lies on the edge of Skegness within walking distance of the local rail station and the A52, Skegness is about 25 miles northeast of Boston.

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