BEST WESTERN Vine Hotel,  Skegness

4.5/5  - basé sur 154 notations.
Vine Road, PE25 3DB, Skegness, Great Britain - Voir la carte
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Situé à dix minutes du centre-ville de Skegness et à quelques minutes à pied du bord de mer, cet hôtel remonte à 1770. Le BEST WESTERN Vine Hotel a changé de propriétaire en 2012. Les chambres sont toutes équipées de salle de bain et sont décorées et meublées avec goût. Certaines chambres surplombent des jardins attrayants qui auraient inspiré le poète Tennyson. Nos deux bars offrent feux de cheminée, bières traditionnelles de la brasserie Batemans Brewery locale et un menu complet au bar dans une atmosphère chaude et accueillante. Le restaurant offre une restauration raffinée avec un menu à la carte complet idéal pour des occasions spéciales. Notre personnel vous promet un accueil chaleureux et amical. Passez un excellent séjour !

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BEST WESTERN Vine Hotel,Skegness
  • 5
    « "Excellent food and service" »

    Excellent food and service from all the staff. Well done Georgie and Tina plus all the team .Cleanliness of the rooms is also worth noting . Quiet location away from the hustle and bustle of the main street.Ideal spot for a golf break because it is located within walking distance of Seacfoft golf Club,a tricky links course,well worth playing by golfers of all abilities where you are sure to receive a warm welcome.Highly recommended

    4
    « nice hotel »

    Lovely hotel setting with outdoor seating areas. The food is very very good. Be warned you need to book restaurant and or bar meals table in advance. our standard double room was more like a single so disappointment on that score but on the plus side it was a quiet room away from the function area and lovely and clean. nice little soaps in bathroom and bottled water

    5
    « A wedding to remember »

    We went to a wedding reception here on the 10th September 2016. It was brilliant. There were were great staff whenever you needed them. The room was lovely and airy with doors opening out onto the garden.The food we had was amazing nothing fancy but it was really good.The only other thing in my opinion was the room for the reception was a little bit small which made the music very loud but thats only my opinion.

    4
    « Ruby's Indian at the Vine »

    Period looking hotel with plenty of parking a 20 min walk out of town centre. Booked for 7 30 on a Saturday night the restaurant was a bit busy but not to bad. Service was pretty quick and the staff were attentive. All three Indian meals were very good ( one vegetarian). There is also a traditional menu available but we haven't tried it. Prices compare with the other Indian restaurants in town and food is as good.

    5
    « Gingerlily Restaurant »

    My wife and I visited the restaurant whilst staying in skegness for bank holiday weekend with our 2 year old daughter. The food was absolutely beautiful and the service was excellent. A special mention needs to go to an Irish girl called Jess who really made our night with how she interacted with our daughter and all round brilliant service. Jess is a credit to this place and our daughter thought she was as great as we did. Keep up the good work. We'll definitely be back

    4
    « Evening meal »

    Whilst on our annual visit to Skegness for the EBF National Outdoor Championships we always visit the Vine. We have seen this hotel change over the years and have never been disappointed. Visited with two friends for evening meal of Boston sausage, bubble and sweek, red Tia curry, fish platter and gammon, egg and pineapple. Hope to visit again be for we leave.

    3
    « Not to impressed with the food »

    Called here because of people's recommendations. It was a birthday celebration.the waitress presented the menu to us and recommended the tapas menu to which all four picked,what a mistake it was over spiced and uneatable.we re ordered off the normal menu and this was a lot better.

    5
    « Lunch »

    My husband and I went for lunch last Wednesday and sat on the balcony the food was amazing and the service "Toni" looked after us very well bar staff very friendly too hope to stay for a weekend soon.

    4
    « Comfy but quite expensive »

    Stayed here for our mini moon. Hotel is in a stunning quiet location, with great outdoor space. Room was gorgeously decorated and the staff where very polite. Couple of downers though - room was excessively hot 2 X fans going 24/7 did not make it any better (room 3 above kitchen). Cold water tap ran hot for a while. Food gorgeous but expensive. One night waited over an hour due to an issue with the ticket machine in the kitchen.

    4
    « Mini break »

    So happy with our choice to stay at the vine when visiting skegness with my partner his parents and our 1 year old recently. The staff were friendly and you felt like nothing was an issue when you asked. Our daughter loved the gardens and bouncy castle. The evening meal and breakfast was real quality. Our room slightly dated still had the wow factor with bags of room. Slight noise at night could be heard from others guests but not enough to wake my baby so no issue. Bit of a walk to the main drag but again no issue we enjoyed the walk but couldn't do it in non suitable footwear. Would definitely recommend and if we go back to skegness would be straight back to the vine!

  • 5
    « 20th August 2016 »

    Stayed here over the weekend of the 20th Augusf with family. Rooms were lovely staf were very friendly and helpful couldn't enough for us. Had an evening meal there on Saturday night. Food excellent and restaurant was lovely too. The grandaughter was loving the bouncy castle outside in the grounds that was a bonus for mom & dad

    5
    « Another excellent visit to the Vine »

    The moment we arrived we were welcomed by the young lady on check in and the rooms were ready even though it was only 2pm. The room we had was up two flights of stairs but it was worth it because it was very quiet. I think we have stayed in that room before, room 23, highly recommended. As it was a lovely sunny day we all spent the afternoon on the raised terrace at the rear. The beauty of this hotel is that the location is superb. You may be in Skegness but you are a million miles away from the bingo and slot machines. It's like an oasis of good service, nice gardens, trees, plenty of parking and good company and a nice drink. The dinner in the main dining room was very enjoyable as was the breakfast in the morning. All in all another very nice stay.

    3
    « Nice hotel very small room! »

    Very disappointed we paid £200 for two nights without breakfast!the room and bed was very small for two people and was dusty around bed! No air conditioner no ventilation just small noise fan!Definitely never again! Got nice garden and good curry.

    2
    « Don't judge a book by its cover »

    When u first arrive u think quality hotel everything is very good the decor cleanliness but as u put the key in your door it's the complete opposite to the rest of the hotel , a small room with dated decor , the room has no ventilation and extremely hot , alittle sleep on first night , on second night there was a wedding at hotel is fine but what is not fine is half the hotel closed for them . I think owner of the hotel plus the manger should share a room for the night just too experience how poor value for money the rooms are.

    3
    « A hotel of potential, let down in places »

    We stayed for two nights for a wedding in a double room (with additional Z bed). Lovely room - clean and airy with comfortable beds. Unfortunately, on the first night, the bar below our room was frequented by guests who were permitted by hotel staff to be very loud and to play darts until 3.30am in the morning. The dart board was directly below our bed and we were woken and kept awake - we tried to call the night porter but the phone call went unanswered. We did complain the following morning and reception staff apologized and said they would inform the manager but no one spoke to us further about our complaint and our lack of sleep made us very tired for the wedding taking place that day. Breakfast was lovely on the first morning, well cooked and served quickly. The second morning - breakfast was a chaotic affair - with so many guests staying there really ought to be a better system of knowing which guests are in the breakfast room and who is sitting waiting to be served. We waited a long time to be served and in the end had to ask for a member of staff to take our order. I suspect there are simply not enough staff on duty at this hotel. The wedding breakfast was beautifully served - fantastic food but again as the evening got busier the evening buffet was served far too late (gone 9.30pm when it should have been 8.30pm) and I don't feel that there were enough staff on duty. As a keen gardener I do feel that such a beautiful hotel is badly let down by the state of the gardens - what a wonderful mature space out there that clearly lacks any investment and desperately needs to be maintained and re-planted to enhance the facilities. Overall we enjoyed our stay but would not return.

    5
    « Lovely hotel, away from usual Skeggy attractions! »

    Called eher for a relax and drink on way back from walk to Gibraltar Point nature rserve and back. An oasis of calm with a comfy, welcoming and realxing atmosphere. Set back along Vive Street, off Drummond Road. You wouldn't know that you were in Skegness at all!

    5
    « Wonderful cosy welcoming hotel »

    We had our wedding reception here 16 years ago and had superb day ! However under the more recent management the hotel has undergone a sympathetic yet modern refurbishment. The main bar are has maintained its rustic charm with open log fire, and cosy ambiance, yet the Ginger Lilly restaurant has a more modern decor but is also intimate and cosy. We have been for a bar meal recently and aboslutely LOVE the garden seating Pods ! With Wifi, Patio heater and plenty of seating. Simply Perfect!!! A must visit !

    5
    « Greay »

    Been a few times staff are all friendly and welcoming. Food and drink is nice. Great for events like weddings and party's plenty of car space. Very clean in all facilities plenty of rooms available. Recommend to all ages they even have bouncy castle for kids

    5
    « saturday tea »

    went on the spur of the moment to see if there was a table for two people at 8-00 pm we was in luck. the vine was busy in the restaurant. so we sat in the bar. we ordered a the fisherman basket whwn it arrived it was very well presented and piping hot. the meal containted a salmon and dill fishcake, scampi and haddock served with chops muchy peas and tartare sauce the service at the bar was first class and the waitress was very polite and very helpfull

    4
    « Lovely weekend stay »

    Great weekend with friends, our room was very clean with plenty of towels, tea coffees and biscuits, a big bottle of water was also very welcome. Water pressuure a bit low for a good shower but, it is an old building so perhaps to be expected. Most staff friendly and welcoming, mostly good food and a well stocked bar. The roof terrace is a lovely spot for an evening drink and tasty bar snack. The hotel location is about 20 minutes walk to beach and the centre. We would certainly stay again.

  • 1
    « Rooms stifling and dated »

    We paid £100 per room per night for our family's rooms over a weekend. Thus cost does not reflect the quality of the experience with the rooms looking and feeling tired and dated. We had two 'adjoining' rooms with a small private corridor separating them. Due to the oppressive, stifling heat - and no air conditioning- we had to leave both bedroom doors open to relieve some of the pressure. This meant that we had no privacy and at one point a 'lost' guest walked into our children's room in the night; not clever! Breakfast on day two was very tasty but on day one our waffles were dry and tasteless. Generally very poor.

    1
    « Poor room standards!,! »

    Our room was terrible, we had no view as the windows were frosted, a wedding was also on where the guests took over the hotel, at breakfast the following day was like being in a Star Wars bar with the previous nights wedding guests, the restaurant called itself Indian but was as Indian as the polish waitress, and to cap off a fantastic stay we suspect our card was cloned as we only used it there for our stay and it was being used in Poland? coincidence? We complained and guess what. They did not care so avoid this hotel or you too could be scammed .

    5
    « Brilliant Food and lovely surroundings »

    We have visited the Vine hotel several times but probably about 5 years ago now. Last week we went for evening meal, and were amazed at the lovely new decor, and the food we were served and the service we received. Our exact words were this is a hidden gem but we are really glad we know about it. We enjoyed it so much we came back the night after for a meal too. Can recommend the burgers and the chicken pot pie, oh and the pan fried chicken. We will be back.

    3
    « Nice looking Hotel but the grounds need more care. »

    Whilst the outside of the Hotel is pleasing to look at the up keep of the grounds at the back is very disappointing. The beds are overgrown with nettles and bindweed and a whole section has been left to be completely over grown. In view of the connection to Tennyson and his love for the garden this seems very short sighted and a great shame. The staff were friendly and helpful. The bed was comfortable and the food in the bar and for breakfast was delicious. So why only average rating then? Because of the very loud hum under room 12 that woke me up and kept me awake. I do not recommend this room despite the nice view - it is very small indeed, Central London size, which given the fact you are in Lincolnshire is a bit strange. It was indeed very stuffy as several reviewers have commented, but a fan is provided. I was very surprised that Reception could not provide a map of Skegness and again this seemed to be not very on the ball. I have rarely been impressed by The Best Western chain unfortunately, and despite many positive features, this too seemed to suffer from that lack of over all care that many in the chain seem to have.

    5
    « Great hotel and staff »

    Stayed 2 nights, lovely hotel with lovely garden and outside space. Staff were very helpful and efficient, food was excellent, particularly my curry from Rubys. It is a 15 minute walk into the centre for attractions and beach. Rooms a little small but well equipped, clean and well maintained.

    5
    « Fantastic, fabulous staff! »

    We stayed for 2 nights on a mini break with our 8 month old son and the hotel made the holiday! When checking in we were given a room on the second floor as it was larger for a travel cot, we were then informed there was no lift. Initially I felt inconvenienced about having to carry all the luggage up the stairs but the staff had already rallied round and volunteered to carry our things up and that we could leave the pushchair at reception. The room itself was immaculate and had recently been redecorated. The whole hotel was clean and finished to a high standard. The food was amazing, especially the curries and the bar staff and restaurant staff were the most helpful and polite bunch I'd ever seen. The staff were amazing and no request was too much. We had a fantastic break, many thanks to all the team at the vine.

    5
    « Brilliant stay »

    A superbly located friendly hotel. Parking was easy and the hotel grounds complimented the hotel. Very fast and efficient reception, with a great traditional bar which has a huge meal selection. Our room was spacious and tastefuly decorated, could not have asked for anything more, given that you see the hotel owners working tirelessly you know your in good company. It was a great experience and showcase for softness.

    2
    « Clean bedroom/bathroom but....... »

    We booked into the Vines for one night only (9th July) and upon check-in we were told they had a wedding on and were busy but as far as we were concerned that was no problem. The room was small with a decent sized bathroom (both very clean), but the twin beds were tiny (narrow) and the furnishings dated. Our room was positioned overlooking the hotel yard and over the kitchen/staff room, we were woken up at 4.30am by the staff (x 3-4) downstairs, talking/changing and banging things around. Tea/coffee making was in the room and a small TV on the wall, unfortunately the reception on the TV was useless and locked up every 20-seconds! I can't really comment on the staff except for the receptionist and she was friendly, but to be woken up at 4.30am by staff talking/changing was annoying/frustrating. We paid £100 for a twin room without breakfast, which after considering the size of the room/sleep quality was in my opinion over priced and we will not use this hotel again, nor this chain.

    5
    « Fabulous Food »

    Great location, food was fabulous with great choice for all the family from very young. Good choice of traditional English to the best Indian ever! Staff were so helpful and accommodating. Would highly recommend. Atmosphere was great in each area, Resterant and bars. Beautiful Garden and quite location. A****

    4
    « Excellent surprise »

    Having stayed in the other BW hotel in Skegness last year while on business I was pleasantly surprised by the Vine Hotel. A character hotel with nice authentic features it offered a wonderful haven away from the business of Skegness. My allocated Room 28 was the very top room in the hotel but it was fine: enough space, comfy bed, clean, nice spacious en-suite. Coffee/tea making facility with nice biscuits and two bottles of mineral water. Breakfast is lovely and of high quality - plenty of choice plus pastries, cereal etc on the side. Enjoyed the pub watching footie and the lovely extended gardens. Highly recommended and will make sure this is where I am booked when in Skegness!

  • 4
    « Beautiful hotel , quiet location »

    We stayed here about 5 years ago and since then the hotel has had a quality refurbishment. Receptionist friendly Ample parking and lovely walks either side of the hotel. Rooms on the small side but you only sleep in them. Bathroom decent size. Cobwebs in rooms though. Like a few of the other reviews the room was very very warm, nice there is a heated towel rail but perhaps turn it off in summer. A tray with tea and coffee making facilities, couple bottles water replaced each day. Sat down for breakfast but after 12 mins of no one approaching us or being able to catch attention, we ate somewhere else. Left very early to go to work , night porter not immediately obvious, but he was there and helped let me out . Would return , the hotel just need to re-assess staffing levels at peak meal times. All staff we spoke to were friendly. Free wi-fi

    4
    « Beautiful building set in quiet grounds »

    First time visit, peaceful nights sleep. Very hot room (glad there was a fan and window opened well). Part modern/part quaint. Quite a few cobwebs was only negative with room. Had an evening meal (main restaurant menu not available on a Tuesday), so opted for fish and chips- chips hand cut and tasty, fish good size but after 5 bones I gave up, mushy peas watery with funny taste.

    4
    « Wedding party »

    I stayed here as part of a wedding party. After a long time travelling we tried to check in at around 11.30am for the moody receptionist to tell us no without even asking us for our surnames. Managed to leave our bags with her, but her attitude was not the best. I work on a front desk too and couldn't believe the way she was with us. Managed to check in with another lady at around 1 and she was lovely. The hotel is beautiful, Very clean and looks fairly new, maybe refurbished. The rooms were a bit on the small side and really warm, the fan came in handy! Our room faced the staff smoking area which was not the best. Only down side would be that we was only given two tiny bottles of water which was used to fill the kettle up. The wedding reception was beautiful with a lovely well decorated room, everybody had a great time. Young man on the bar with the tattoos was pleasant and funny. The prices were extortionate, refused to pay it in the end, Breakfast nice, not much selection but nice food and helpful staff, although I did overhear the lady serving telling some guests to hurry up because she was in a rush. Oh! All in all I would probably stay again if i needed a hotel room in Skegness.

    4
    « Ideal Venue For Party »

    Attend a wedding reception the buffet was first class,the setting ideal,the music provided was right for the occasion the only downside was the bar prices otherwise i would recommend this venue also good location with ample parking.

    5
    « The Restaurant is an Untypical seaside haven »

    The restaurant is an Oasis; making you forget what the weather is like outside. The choice of food options is very good, the quality is high, service superb, with Ruby Tuesday's being a speciality! The only suggestion from our table was for there to be a more seasonal, varied menu, for those who dined there on a more frequent basis.

    5
    « One night stay for a wedding »

    We have stayed at the vine on a previous visit to family, and this time had a one night stay for a family wedding that the hotel catered for in the evening. Nothing is too much trouble for the staff, the hotel is clean, and the food is amazing. We would like to thank the staff for making my mothers wedding evening so memorable. The buffet was out of this world and the function room looked beautiful. So many thanks for your welcome and the high standards you maintain

    4
    « Our Stay »

    The grounds of the hotel are lovely and the staff are most helpful and went out of their way. The food in the restraunt was also lovely especially the Indian meal we had. We stayed in one of the kingsize rooms which was decorated very nicely.

    4
    « Little Gem »

    Wasn't expecting much considering it was a Best Western and in Skegness. What a pleasant surprise. Very quaint from the outside with a mixture of Old and ultra modern. Staff could not have been more helpful with some going beyond the call of duty. Breakfast was really good and in a nice relaxed environment. The waitress that served me was utterly charming. Wifi was very intermittent which was frustrating. The hotel bedrooms were far too hot and even with the windows open I found it difficult to initially fall asleep. I would book here again if I ever go back to Skeggy

    5
    « Excellent Wedding! »

    The Vine Hotel is down Drummond Road away from the hustle and bustle of Skegness. Turning in the drive you see the very impressive buildings with a large garden area to eat and drink. The hotel was superbly run and it was a lovely comfortable stay. It had two bar areas..three including our venue room and I have to say, one if not the best wedding food we've ever had. Well done to you all, it definitely added a touch of class to our weekend!

    4
    « Best of both worlds »

    This is a very old traditional coaching inn which has been brought up to date without losing any of its charm. Rooms are large, clean and tastefully decorated. The evening restaurant service has a really lovely menu with a lot of home cooked foods to suit all tastes. All the staff were more than helpful and friendly. Would definitely recommend and would return for another stay if in the area.

  • 4
    « good value and away from all the hussle and noise of the town centre »

    this hotel is nicely located away from all the noise etc of the town centre. The food is well presented and good value. they do steak nights and curry nights which appear to be very popular. All the rooms have been refurbished and are comfortable. you need transport to have access to all the facilities in town. Staff are all pleasant and go out of their way to make sure everything is as you want it.

    4
    « Went for a curry. »

    We visited the vine on a Thursday night during a short stay in Skegness. There was me, my boyfriend and his mum and dad there all ordering a curry and it was absolutely delicious! The mother in law is a very fussy eater and doesn't eat a lot anyway but she cleared her plate! It's not an overpriced place apart from the bottles of wine which are quite pricey and there's not loads of choice, but we ordered some anyway as we were on holiday so why not! We will be visiting again in the future.

    4
    « Beautiful setting »

    This hotel is set in beautiful grounds on the outskirts of Skegness. It sharers modern, contemporary with traditional and it works well here. Only downside is that the food is so good in the Bars and Restaurant that it is very bust plus lots of functions on which means that we were not able to use all of the facilities advertised. The Indian menu is absolutely gorgeous as is the cooked breakfast. In fact the best cooked breakfast we have has at a Best Western Hotel. We took our 12 year old grand daughter under the 12 and under go free scheme, but be aware that she only got a blow up air bed to sleep on!!!

    4
    « Nice meal »

    We met friends for lunch in the bar. The food was very good and tasty and good value. The portions were big and arrived promptly. The staff were very friendly.and we had good service throughout our visiit.

    4
    « Nice Hotel, Shame about the Wedding Guests »

    A nice hotel, old and with history, I didn't know there was was such a quiet area in Skegness, well until later when the wedding guests were drunk. There's a walk though woods that goes in two directions with plenty of birds and squirrels from the hotel. Food was good, beers are kept well and the staff efficient and friendly. We paid for a superior room which had a 'designer' theme which was large and the bed very comfy. Only problems with the room was the bath did not drain fast enough as you showered, I did report it as we left (only stayed the one night so no major problem). The real problem was the room was on the front as we're very noisy drink wedding guests until past 2:00 on the morning then some 'retired' to their rooms to party while 3:00 so sleep was disturbed - not the staff of the hotels fault though we feel they should have asked them to keep the noise down, especially outside. Breakfast was very good, plenty of choice well cooked and well presented. Would We stay there again? well as Skegness is not one of our favourite places and we don't live too far away we were only there to meet up with friends who were staying around the corner but Yes! We would stay there again as long as there was no wedding on. The wedding gang were allowed to get away with a lot (both inside and out) as they were the 'big money' that weekend at the cost to other guests.

    5
    « Our wedding day »

    We had our wedding day here on the 21st may and it was amazing. Jess lukasz (think that's how it's spelt) and the team went above and beyond to make it special for us. Especially after the outside company we were using for several bits let us down on the morning of the wedding. Me and my wife are from Skegness and by far this is the best place for miles to have a wedding. The food was lovely (as always is here). Our honeymoon suite was amazing. Massive bed great shower and a sitting room too. Can not fault a single thing about the service we got from the vine hotel Skegness. One again MASSIVE thanks to Jess lukasz and the team for making our day extremely memorable. Wayne and Jolene cussons

    3
    « Food very good, butt meals did not arrive togther »

    Visited on Wednesday 18th May. It wasn't very busy so we decided to eat in the bar area. Husband had rib eye steak, I ordered tandoori chicken. My husband's meal arrived and I waited and waited. When he was half way through his meal I went to the bar as felt my meal had been forgotten. It arrived eventually and was very nice, but it really annoys me when this happens. Barman did apologise, but no other recompense offered. We are local and love the food at the Vine, but this is not the first time this has happened to us. May stick with the lovely Italian restaurants in skegness in future.

    4
    « Comfortable, Friendly hotel. Good location »

    Have stayed at the Vine Hotel on several occasions now and always found the staff to be very helpful and friendly. The hotel has extensive grounds both back and front, making it an ideal place for a drink / lunch etc. if you have children. The rooms are comfortable and nicely decorated. We have eaten in the restaurant in the evenings and have had breakfast on several occasions and the food has always been good - as is the service. The hotel is in a good location in Skegness, fairly quiet but not too far from the centre. I have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to others.

    4
    « Lovely meal »

    A large group of friends came to the Vine for a retirement meal. I had only been to weddings before and never for just a meal! Really good service and the food was lovely and good value for money . I will definitely be back for another bar meal.

    5
    « Went there for my 50th birthday with hubby »

    Hubby booked this as I lost my passport so it was last minute thing when hubby rang said we needed special room and what we got I was so happy with what they given us but it's not to very ones taste if you do not like pink

  • 5
    « Better than a John Wayne classic »

    We were staying locally to the Vine Hotel so cannot comment on the amenities there as we only ate in the bar area of the hotel.We booked a meal for last Friday evening, 13 May, and enjoyed the meal tremendously. My steak was cooked perfectly to my liking and my wife had a Caesar salad which was one of the best she had had. On Saturday we again booked a meal and this was comparable to food we had received on our recent cruise, fine dining at its best and not too expensive too.We had a whitebait starter which was superb then l again had steak and my wife had a sizzler tandoori chicken with vegetable rice which we found was excellent. All the staff were very attentive and their service was excellent too at a time when the hotel was extremely busy.

    5
    « Lovely lunch »

    This is a little out of the way but worth the short drive or sunny walk. A quiet little niche in the otherwise busy town, Beautiful bar lunch ... Very nice atmosphere ... Well worth a visit ... Good value for money and not an overwhelming portion ?? ... A big thumbs up ????

    5
    « Our Wedding Day »

    We recently had our wedding at The Vine Hotel on the 30th April 2016 and our whole experience was amazing from start to finish! The staff catered for everyone who stayed at the hotel as well as people just attending our wedding. The hotel rooms were spotless also and the housekeeping staff were very pleasant & friendly. Our breakfast over 2 mornings was fantastic & cooked perfect, we really enjoyed it. We couldn't have been happier getting married here and wanted to stay for a lot longer. Wish we could do it all over again. Thank you so much xxx

    5
    « A little bank holiday luxury »

    Overnight stay for the Bank holiday. We booked a suite room 23, it was gorgeous, very decadent, the king size bed was on a raised platform with up lights and we had a separate lounge area. Bed was so comfortable, everywhere was spotless and bathroom was lovely with white fluffy towels. Staff were all freindly and helpful and breakfast was excellent lots of choice if you don't want the full English. We will return.

    4
    « Really interesting and restful getaway! »

    We stayed in the Vine Hotel, Skegness in November 2015. We arrived to a very warm welcome, and when settled in our cosy and I have to add, very warm room, we went downstairs to the lovely olde bar. So comfortable with it's leather armchairs and the olde worde atmosphere. We enjoyed a huge bar meal in there, although the dining room was very nice too. The Vines does have a lot of history and dates back to to smuggling days. I enjoyed reading all about it. I was very surprised and, to say the least, interested to learn it has it's own ghost! And in the very place I was reading about this, discovered that it was only a few feet away that the skeleton of a tax collector who apparently was investigating the rumours of smuggling at the Inn, as it was then, was found, he had met a rather horrible death of being walled up! His skeleton was fully clothed in very elegant red attire. I love history so all this was a bonus for me! It was a lovely two night stay. Perhaps a little too far to walk into Skegness but a taxi only cost us £3. If you like golf, it's certainly the place for you! Also , there is no lift, so I would advise you to book a room on the first floor, as it is an old building and the stairs are turny, and a little steep. But all that adds to it's ambience!

    4
    « Avoid room 11 »

    Lovely hotel , nice grounds , good food . I had booked this as an Anniversary treat for my husband who hasn't been well we were given room 11 which has both windows frosted and you cant open them it made us feel very claustrophobic I think we should have been warned as at £ 90 it isn't cheap. Reception staff just said we have had a lot of complaints and will be changing that room , don't think that was the write answer. We were very disappointed as it would have been a lovely break apart from the room.

    3
    « A shadow of its former self »

    My family have been staying at The Vine hotel regularly for 35 years, this time we stayed for one night only due to a family funeral. The Vine is one of the oldest buildings in the area and the decor used to reflect this, oak panelling in the reception and bar areas gave a sense of history and the rooms were always subtley and tastefully decorated. Not any more! The new decor is garish and out of character with the building, our room was decorated in vivid pink and all the furniture had been sprayed silver. The reception area and restaurant reminded me of a 1980s Indian restaurant! The hotel's saving grace however was the food, as good, if not better than before everything we had to eat during our brief stay was faultless. I'm sure we will be back but I'll just have to hope that next time we don't get the pink and silver room.

    4
    « Skegness »

    Our stay was for a show at the Embassy Theatre and was well located for the visit. Unfortunately other guest were noisy until 3am which meant we didn't sleep well but do not blame the hotel for this. We would stay there again.

    4
    « Lovely food »

    Recently visited with a group of friends. Good service however a little slow hence the 4 stars not 5, great atmosphere the food was excellent and plentiful. Lovely local place to eat or for a quiet drink. Will definitely be returning again.

    5
    « Sunday lunch! Amazing! »

    We have been to this hotel for many meals; their curries are the best in Skegness and now I can say that Sunday lunch is the best in Skegness. The menu is a three course option, and we just went for mains. There was a really good choice of starters and mains, but puddings were limited and I think I could've been tempted! We chose a turkey dinner and a less traditional Thai curry. I cannot fault the quality of either. The curry was fragrant, fresh, and packed a punch with beautifully cooked vegetables. The turkey dinner came with an array of veg served separately. This was cooked to perfection and beautifully seasoned. Portion size was good too, especially the turkey dinner, and our plates went back clean! This meal was served in lovely, serene surroundings which made for a relaxing and laid back Sunday lunch. Our waitress was friendly and really helpful too; in fact all the staff seem nice. I can't wait to return!

  • 3
    « great food shame about the cleaning. »

    There for my sisters wedding so did not want to cause a fuss but £90 per night was not worth it. Room 3 called a luxury kingsize suite..... there was nothing luxury about the room and it was not a suite room 1 is a suite. The room was tired and dirty the toilet seat was faulty the taps wouldn't turn off properly. The heated towel rail would not switch off it was roasting so the window was open all the time but the room was at the side of a a function room balcony and above aircon units and above the kitchen so very noisy . I went in 3 guest rooms and all had problems with dirt. On the plus the food was great at the wedding and the night reception. Overall very dissapointed and will be writing to the hotel and best western. They say free internet but most guests could not get on it is so weak. Phone signal terrible although not their fault to be fair.lovely staff but not once asked if all was well.

    5
    « Excellent weekend »

    Stayed this weekend 8th - 10th April.. we had 3 rooms between us and all 3 were very clean and spacious the hotel staff were very polite and helpful. The food was excellent really enjoyed. Can't wait to book again... thanks, see you soon.

    2
    « Inconsiderate and mucky. »

    It is 00.35 television in the bar blaring out. No consideration for guests who are trying to sleep! The voices in the bar below room 14 are tolerable. Cleanliness needs improving filthy and door knobs falling off. Expensive for what you get. Needs a deep clean, the function room lighting cobwebs look years old! Here for a wedding otherwise would have stuck to nice clean premier inn! Want value for money go elsewhere.

    4
    « Nice hotel »

    We have stayed a few years before, so came back. Staff in reception, the bar and restaurant were all great. We stayed on a Monday night and there must have been a function on as the music was quite loud went on quite late. Might not be the best idea to put a family with a child on a room which is directly above the noisy bar... However, room was clean, comfy beds and lovely staff so can't complain too much!

    5
    « lovely place, amazing food »

    I had my 21st birthday family meal here. We were taken straight to the table which was set out beautifully. They were very quick to ask us what food we wanted and the starters were out in good time. The main meal was slightly slower coming out, half the table receiving there food and the other half waiting for a while, however there was 21 of us so this is understandable. Although the food did take a lot of time, it was defiantly worth the wait, it was incredible. I will 100% be visiting this place again. Some of the staff did need to cheer up a little ( the waitresses) but the bar staff was very polite.

    3
    « Good breakfast »

    We stayed here for 1 night b and b,2 adults 2 children age 8 and 6.when I booked (well in advance )the person I spoke to said we would get 2 double beds,we had two connecting rooms!one rooms was nice ,toilet bath shower etc,double bed and television.the second room had a put you sofa bed,now I didn't have a tape measure but the matteress if you can call it that was about 1inch thick and maybe just over 3ft.it was so uncomfortable I hardly slept for trying to keep me and my grandson away from the tubular steel edges,it was awful. It was late when we went to bed so complaining at the late hour wouldn't have done us much good.then to top it all we were woken up by the decorator outside our door,the hotel was empty so we couldn't understand why we were in that room.the staff were nice and welcoming.there is no residents lounge.we stayed in room 23.

    3
    « Cheeky Indian takeaway »

    Really fancied an Indian last night so imagine our delight when we arrived at the Vine to be told that they were only running the Indian menu because the English chef had gone home!! We proceeded to order from the extensive indian menu and waited for our food to arrive with some overpriced drinks. A member of our party went to the toilet and on her way back saw no less than the manageress collecting our Indian food from a delivery driver who had dropped it off at the side door!! We didn't believe her until the waitresses bringing our food didn't have a clue what they were serving...and the english chef who had "gone home" turned up behind the bar!! Don't get me wrong the food was lovely, but the cheek of it!!!

    5
    « My wedding 12.3.16 »

    Wow what can I say from the minute I visited the hotel just to see where I'd like my reception I knew this was the place.i met jess and instantly she made me feel like I had a new friend .nothing was too much trouble for jess and she listened to my random wants I couldn't of asked for no one more perfect to put my trust in for my big day the vine will struggle to ever replace this girl she's worth her weight in gold (pay rise needed lol ) all the staff was great even when I broke my cake they was there to help .the food was amazing the room was amazing I've even said we have to get married every year just so we can experience it all over again .thanks everyone at the vine for making my day magical but my biggest thanks goes to jess one amazing lady xxxx got a sneaky pic of jess lol

    5
    « Very Pleased with first visit »

    We had originally intended to stay at The Royal for one of their music weekends but they were fully booked and so The Vine it was. Food, comfort and cleanliness were all first rate and the customer care from all the staff was exceptional. Defin itely on the list for a return visit!!

    4
    « Not a bad find! »

    The staff were very helpful and the food was nicely presented, a couple more veggie options wouldn't go amiss. The hotel has a cosy feel with small bars with fireplaces. My bedroom was small but well appointed. Everything you would expect and need. Beds were comfortable. If I needed up in Skegness again I'd stay here.

  • 5
    « Very helpful receptionist thank you :))))) »

    only stayed for one night and I am from outside the area I was not aware how bad the phone reception / wifi would be in lincolnshire!!! So I would like to say a huge thankyou to the receptionist that gave me the office wifi code and found me a quiet area so I could work. Much appreciated indeed. Room was very clean, bed comfy, room 4 was very quiet and both dinner and breakfast were to a high standard. Have already rebooked for when I return to the area for work next month.

    4
    « Very helpful staff »

    Great staff, even though the team was short due to illness they did everything to keep us happy.The waitress was great, it was mothers day, very busy and she was on her own but she was truly amazing even remembering that a little boy loved hash browns the day before for breakfast.The food was good quality,with generous portions. the room we had (room 3) was a good size and slightly away from the rest on the first floor so it was very quiet.id stay again.

    5
    « Helpful staff and amazing food »

    My husband and I spent a long weekend here for a family wedding. From the minute we arrived the staff were friendly and helpful, anything we needed was quickly dealt with. A special mention to the bar manager Luckasz who never seems to stop and goes out of his way to provide a friendly face or a bit of chat whenever we wandered into the bar. We ate in the hotel a couple of times and the food is to a very high standard, its worth booking a table as the restaurant is very popular. They serve a variety of English and Indian food all of which was delicious and the serving size generous. If you get the chance do try the food. We were there during mothers day and the whole hotel was very busy but I didn't see anybody turned away as the staff did all they could to accommodate people. Breakfast was included in the price and is cooked fresh for you so no rubbery eggs or overcooked sausages. The waitress came in on her day off to cover a sick colleague and yet she constantly had a smile on her face and the service was quick. The rooms were clean with all the facilities needed and serviced daily. The hotel is about a 10 minute walk from the beach and town which for us was perfect as it was close enough to go for a stroll but far enough away to avoid the noise of a busy seaside town. We would definitely visit the hotel again if we were in the area.

    2
    « Once was enough »

    Booked family room & double room for one night, main areas very clean, locals in the bar using the 'F' word at lunch time when young people in the room, no sky remote as it had been stolen the week before I was told!!, Very loud noise coming from room next to us at 12.15AM so tried to ask if they would turn it down, met with torrent of verbal abuse and then the person tried to punch/kick our door in, my wife had to stop me calling the police. After a sleepless night we checked out, appreciate the Manager deducted the cost of our room from the bill, but we will never be back

    5
    « Mothering Sunday lunch »

    Just been here it was fantastic bar lady was lovely even the waiting staff was lovely nice restaurant table was set lovely it made it special for my mum the food was amazing to .so what a lovely day got to mention Helan a lovely lady so polite from Dianne Stevens

    4
    « Two ladies lunching »

    In the bar, we ordered mains and desserts, which included a taster dessert platter with 5 tiny, sweet tweets on it. Service was excellent, I only drank coffee which the bar staff served with a smile, and the premises are pleasant, indeed, could say quaint. A great place to dine prior to a long and calorie burning walk at Gibraltar Point. I'm not giving a 5 because the card machine wasn't working for payment, and also sometimes the bar person was elsewhere, meaning quite a long wait to be spotted at the bar. I think this is most likely because it was very quiet. We like eating at The Vine, and the restaurant area has recently been renovated providing a lovely atmosphere. Well worth a try.

    3
    « Welcoming staff »

    Had a two night stay, staff welcoming and helpful. The room was not what we would expect from Best Western hotel, decorated in pink with silver furniture,a bit tarty, although spotlessly clean. It would gave been nice to have had a residents lounge rather than noisy public bar lounge, only one chair in bedroom but plenty of room. Breakfast very good and cooked to order.. Did not have an evening meal, rather a limited choice,

    5
    « Excellent location and super value. »

    We found the hotel to be very clean & tidy, excellent location and staff were very good. We had a lovely meal on Valentines evening & the breakfast was very good and plentiful. If you like golf, this hotel will be perfect for your needs.

    5
    « Home along way from Home »

    We had stayed at the Vine Recently for Two Nights while visiting an Old School friend who has just hit a certain age shall we say, It was a surprise visit so we didn't want to ask him for a Hotel recommendation, We chose the Vine mainly for its location' and on the strength of the recent reviews, I have to say that both my partner and I had the most enjoyable experience, Our room certainly wasn't enormous' but it had recently been refurbished and was very pleasantly decorated and extremely comfortable and functional, The Quality of the Bed and the Bedding deserve a special mention, They were so comfortable, During our stay the hotel has hosting a function' and following a nightcap at the Very Pleasant Bar, I went off to Bed slightly concerned about the Quality of Sleep that we might get, Well I need not have worried, as somewhat Surprisingly neither of us heard as much as a Whisper, and enjoyed a great nights Sleep, followed by a nice Breakfast.. We had Dinner on our Arrival night which was from an Indian inspired menu' Which was as good as any Indian I have eaten anywhere in recent times, Apparently they have an Indian Chef which would explain the quality, We also eat Good old Fish and Chips from the Bar the following lunchtime' and again' it was Excellent .. We dined with my old School Chum's Friends and Family at a Restaurant in town on the 2nd Night' Which We both agreed had not been as good as either the Lunch' or Previous Evenings dinner at the Vine, All in all We had a Great couple of Days at this Hotel, it was a Stay that far Exceeded our Expectations, Especially the Food on offer, The Staff were both Friendly and Helpful, and we left happier than when we arrived, I would definitely Recommend The Vine, and I would use it again without hesitation' on the off chance I visit the area in future...

    5
    « Fantastic consistently good food »

    I recommend The Vine for it's consistently high quality food. This place never fails to deliver. From traditional surroundings in the bar to a modern feel restaurant the friendly staff make sure you feel welcome every time. A real gem.

  • 5
    « Most amazing wedding! »

    We were initially skeptical about getting married in Skegness particularly in the summer. However, Jess and the other staff at the Vine made it absolutely perfect! Julie and Jess were there every step of the way for us advising and guiding how the day would go and even how we could save little bits of money. The actual hotel is stunning and extremely clean and modern. All of our friends and family told us how impressed they were with the hotel itself and the gorgeous rooms (which actually look like they do on the pictures!) The food... Well this needs a paragraph of its own!! I can only tell you how amazing it was. After all the my we spent for the entire wedding people still comment on the food! It was incredible and such a choice for the money. Please, please, please if you are thinking of choosing this amazing venue for your wedding listen to Jess as you really don't need to order much evening food! We completely over did it! Jess sorted the Dj out for us and even gave us a free bouncy castle and small gazebo. I honestly cannot rate this hotel high enough across every single area. I can honestly say they did an amazing job and made the planning process a piece of cake!

    5
    « Nicky work stay »

    an excellent hotel,in a nice quiet part of Skegness, away from the busy town, but only a short walk/drive away. The staff were all very freindly and efficient - both in the reception and eating areas, very helpful when i had left my coat there - it was posted to me without delay.The food was superb, both the English & the Indian - all fresh and quality ingredients, good size portions. This is a hidden gem in Skegness, a lovely getaway, will be back each time in the area for work and for a leisure trip away.

    5
    « Great value for money »

    Perfect stay , room very nice . Great breakfast , and staff very friendly. Will stay again. Best Western was always a chain that I used for week-end breaks etc for several years , this was approx 10 plus years ago . But then the Hotel chain seemed to lose the quality . Recently trying them again has been brilliant , much improved.

    5
    « Triple Piggy Bun »

    Visit now and again when I have the chance. I do tend to go for the Triple Piggy Bun, never been disappointed. Jo was a star as usual. Will certainly return, I might even try something else on the next visit.

    1
    « Over cooked food »

    This review is just based on the food and not the hotel. Ordered the fish basket, it arrived quickly, however the chips were over cooked to the state that they were crunchy and inedible. I left all the chips, the salmon fish cake was nice the haddock was a little well done for my liking. There was no table check, the cost of this meal with a drink was just under £15 so would of been good value if the food was enjoyable.

    3
    « Cold in more ways than one »

    Pleasantly located a fair old drive along a road leading from the town centre, Vine is unusually situated at the end of the a cul-de-sac. Got myself parked and headed towards reception to find it unmanned. Fair enough, as it was around 9.30pm on a Friday night. I poked my head around a couple of corners, and after about 5 minutes a barman appeared, who told me he'd just be a moment. He wasn't, and I didn't see him again. After another 3-4 minutes, another member of staff turned up, making a vague apology. As she was signing me in, I politely asked about the times for breakfast, to which she bleated, "Yes, I'm just getting to that in a minute." So, a fairly cold welcome - almost as cold as the bathroom in my room, which was absolutely freezing. It reminded me of my Grandmother's council terrace in the 1970s. The single room was tight but comfortable enough aside from the temperature issue. On check-out, I waited a couple of minutes at 8am, which I assume is normally a fairly busy check-out time. Again, no-one showed, so I placed the keys on the reception and left, wondering if it was something I'd said....

    4
    « Amazing Food, Service not so »

    Large party, asked when booking if we should pre-order due to the amount of people. I was told no it would be fine. Starters came, slowly, however one was missing, staff informed and still never arrived. Main courses came 2 and a half hours after the time our table was booked for, main courses came bit by bit, so no one was really eating together, three main courses missing, they eventually came after everyone else had finished, 2 meals were burnt on the outside, under cooked inside, so were sent back and told not to bother again. only a handful had dessert, they all arrived ok but again slowly. Food as absolutely delicious just a shame about the service, however the 3 main courses and starter weren't charged for so cant complain too much, also a round of drinks as a gesture of good will was given. Most staff were apologetic and our experience would not out us off returned as a few of us have been before and everything had previously been perfect. The restaurant, bar and function room were all very busy too, so hopefully a one off. Only other moan is that there was no Indian food being served on this evening which was also the case on my last visit.

    5
    « Lovely atmosphere and fantastic food. »

    Extremely friendly staff and the bar has a lovely rustic feel to it. Always feel welcome and nothing is a problem. The food is always good and you get a good size portion. Never had a bad meal. The triple piggy bun is to die for.

    5
    « Amazing »

    My family and I visited the hotel for one night and I couldn't fault the service, cleanliness and overall feeling of welcome we received upon arrival. We, as a family, would like to applaud the service and overall professionalism of the Vine Hotel and all staff, that made our stay one to remember for all the right reasons. Xx

    5
    « Great bar and restaurant »

    This is a review of the bar/restaurant, not the hotel. There are 2 bars and a restaurant that you can eat in. One of the bars is cosy, with a roaring fire during the winter. The other bar has a large screen tv showing sport. Or if you want more formal, the restaurant. A great and varied lunchtime menu, which includes a 2 for £10 offer of 5 or 6 dishes, mon-fri. Most other dishes around the £10 mark. I had an amazing mushroom burger with blue cheese. It came as a huge tower stuffed with 2 big mushroom, onions, tomato, lettuce, gherkins and Mayo all delicious and juicy. Hand cut chunky chips were lovely and crunchy as were the onion rings and a nice homemade coleslaw. The 2 for £10 small fish and chips was a decent enough portion, plenty for lunch and a lovely chunky piece of fish. In the evenings there is the addition of Rubys curry to the menu. We also went on a Wednesday evening when it was curry night special where a Thali and bottle of wine for 2 is £26. The selection of curries in the Thali were very nice and we will probably go back to try the full curry menu at some time. There are specials like this each weekday evening, Mon is pasta, Tues is tapas, Weds is curry, Thurs is Steak and Fri is Fish and chips. It is shame that they do not advertise the bar food/ restaurant more on the hotel website, or even have a copy of the menu at the entrance. I have lived here for 8 years and have only just got round to trying it but might have done so sooner if the menus were more easily accessible. But now I have tried it, I will definitely be back

  • 4
    « Christmas Party »

    Excellent Christmas Party Night and food was delicious and restaurant quality. The food was a little slow coming out but not bad considering the 80 or so people the staff had to serve all at once. The staff were all well presented and polite and helpful. The music played by the DJ was a bit dated for us. Bedroom was decorated well and comfortable but a little on the small side. Bathroom was clean but shower was a little temperamental and the bathroom door a little tired (hinge cracked).

    5
    « Fantastic pub which we visited again and again and again... »

    We come to Skegness on a relatively frequent basis as we have a holiday home nearby to the Vine, and thank goodness we do as our stay is made better knowing the vine is only a short walk away. The service and food is always excellent, kids absolutely love the varied selection and the amazing Ice cream beach scene is always a winner. Lukas (bar manager) is always a pleasure and very helpful. In the summer it's a great spot to sit out front or back and they generally have a bouncy castle which the kids love! I have not stayed at the hotel but my Dad does with his golfing friends and he is always impressed with the attentiveness of the staff. We have never had a bad meal from the Vine and their currys are amazing! Keep up the good work guys and thank you for looking after us!

    3
    « Lovely old hotel but wouldnt stay again »

    Old building so there is no central heating, no double glazing. The rooms were cold but they did have electric heaters in which had to be left on. The walls made from plasterboard so can be noisy. Its a dog friendly hotel, or so it seems as there where dogs running around the pub dining area with people trying to eat. The WIFI worked sometimes. The rooms were mostly clean and house keeping did a good job. The meal service was a little slow. Top tip dont book the restaurant just eat in the pub area of the building where you dont have to book you get the same meals as the restaurant and you get them quicker!! The meals, including breakfast were excellent. The staff were nice, polite and friendly. Won't be staying again though, I thing I prefer the more modern hotels to this type of hotel. That is no reflection on the hotel.

    4
    « Best Western- Best meal »

    Went here I didn't know this hotel existed. Four of us (2 couples). The hotel is a bit dated,one of the older hotels in Skeggie, did not detract from our evening there, staff very welcoming, smartly dressed and very attentive. Varied menu & drinks, food was outstanding and plentiful. May be a 3 star rating, but earns a 5 star from us.

    5
    « LOVELY HOTEL »

    We only stayed one night celebrating my husbands 65th birthday. We arrived early so had a coffee in the bar. Used the public toilets which I have to say are AMAZING. They smelt lovely and were decorated to a very high standard. There was quality soap and handcream. The room (24) was big, nice and clean and tastefully decorated. The bathroom a little on the small size but had nice toiletries and clean towels. The bed was a king size (if not bigger) and the bed linen clean, fresh and white. The breakfast in the morning was fresh, plentiful, hot and tasty and was served by Joanne who was very helpful and friendly. I would recommend this Best Western Hotel above the other one in Skegness.

    5
    « Amazing Food »

    Just had another amazing meal from Ruby's it was worth the drive all the way from the Parrot Zoo. We had 5 different dishes and all five were lovely. Five stars isn't enough the quality is excellent. Do not be shy get yourselves there for a meal.

    5
    « The best Best Western in skeggy »

    This was our second visit to the vine, as before the staff were very friendly. The hotel is only rated at 3star so don't expect 5star amenities but it is very clean and comfortable.The food is excellent and freshly cooked to order and I would definitely say the food is worth 5star plus. If you make a reservation and you are not to good on your feet then I recommend you ask for a first floor room. If you want a evening meal I suggest you reserve a table as soon as you check in as the resturant is very popular

    4
    « Comfortable stay »

    I have stayed at the Vine many times and OK no lift, strange steps to the second floor, but the rooms are always comfortable and clean, the staff are usually very efficient and friendly,and breakfast is always good,the waitress for breakfast who has been there a while is always excellent especially when a grumpy morning person like me is around, she is a credit to the Hotel The bar serves very good food and again very friendly all in all a good place to stay

    3
    « Alright my Luv!! »

    A typical Best Western hotel, some money spent but not enough to ever encourage me to visit again. Restaurant bar has been modernised. A shame the decorations are rough at the top of the stairway to bedrooms. Room OK if you like plastic crystal on your bed and curtains. They have tried but not to my choice. My visitor and myself did not eat in, as there was a dog running around the bar/restaurant jumping up on chairs and knocking things off the table. Menu was very Indian from my limited reading, after picking menu up off the floor after the dog episode. I was not sure if the waitress was speaking to me at breakfast when being addressed by the waitress as "Alright my Luv" The breakfast was horrible, all appeared to have been deep fried in a nasty tasting fat I will certainly not be back. Would recommend others to carefully consider, think there must be better options

    4
    « Always a lovely meal »

    My family have been frequenting the vine for years it's recent room refurbishments are nice and the restaurants and bars have never failed to keep us all fed and watered with good food and drinks :-) That said just had the curries available via the vine and we thought they were excellent too.

  • 2
    « ""Stunk witrese"" »

    Im sorry i had to write this review i went for a famally meal with my kids, food was great,that person served our food i cant remember what was her name something like mitchle or minhel as my wife asked her she was stunk of weed (drugs) thats there staff!!!!!!

    2
    « Best Western in Skegness? »

    Poor reception area. No lift to upper floors. Windows in room frosted glass so no chance to admire the view or to check the weather, like being in a prison cell. No heating in bathroom, except towel rail, so it was very cold in December. Dirty tables in bar / lounge. Expensive bar snacks. No English food in restaurant. If this is the best "Best Western" in Skegness, heaven help the other one!

    5
    « Return visit »

    Another lovely couple of days ?? ..... Great room , friendly staff always offering excellent service, tasty food ( wish we'd had the Sunday lunch instead of going up the road) and a very peaceful atmosphere ..... We did check that there were no big functions on during our stay as this would have put us off ! The log fire was super too. The location of this hotel is just right for us .... A stroll into town one way and a brisk cycle to Gibraltar Point the other way ! Big thank you to the excellent staff in particular ??????

    4
    « Klassiskt engelskt pub-hotell med indisk smak »

    Rural hotel in traditional English style with nice garden . Secluded from the main road in Skegness. Courteous staff , good breakfast, cozy pub atmosphere and Indian menu . The food was not the same class as the hotel. Easy to get lost in the narrow aisles , passageways , stairs and level differences , not for the disabled . Wifi connection is screwed , a helpful employee managed to restart the router . The staff was very flexible with rebuilding and bookings so that we could stay several nights.

    5
    « a vine night out »

    whent for 60th birthday meal it was fantastic .the restaurant was well set out and looked great .the staff could not do enough for us .looking forward to going again sooner rather than later .would recomend this all day long .

    4
    « Birthday meal celebration »

    The food was excellent and we will most certainly be returning. My only niggle was there were no desserts that were what I would call sharp or citrus.. As with most places it all seems to be heavy desserts. It's nice to have a sharp tasting dessert sometimes that doesn't sit heavy. That said I will be returning very soon!

    5
    « Best hotel in Skegness »

    An excellent hotel with wonderful staff, esp Helen, Jules , Toni and Lukasz. Will always be my 1st choice in Skegness . The restaurant is always busy, which indicates that the locals frequent it, so I would suggest booking a table. Ample parking, and a 25 minute walk from the town centre.

    4
    « Dad in Laws 80th weekend away! »

    Lovely staff, comfy clean room & food was delicious! Bedrooms looked liked they had been recently refurbished. Corridors obviously hadn't yet been done yet. Stair cases steep for 80 year old so if you're taking the elderly or disabled just make sure their rooms are on the lower floor. Overall an excellent stay.

    5
    « We found a real gem »

    We booked 2 family rooms for us to extend our trip to Butlins in Skegness. We booked dinner, bed and breakfast as soon as we arrived the kids all jumped out the car with a football and ran off to play! We received a really warm welcome booked our dinner time for 7 PM and went off to find our rooms what a pleasant surprise the rooms are a really great size and beautifully decorated in modern decor the beds were so comfy! We arrived for dinner early as the kids were hungry and we were so well looked after and the food was amazing we all really amazed at how great the food was the restaurant is really modern and has clearly been recently renovated. Breakfast was really yummy so much choice for everyone. This hotel was a great find and we will certainly be back again it's rare to find such a friendly hotel with fantastic service and great food these days.

    4
    « Pleasant Stay in Historic Building »

    Very comfortable night and a good breakfast. Very helpful staff especially the girl from Belfast. Historic building with a great deal of history. Set in a quiet location with pleasant grounds I imagine it gets quite busy with locals at the weekend, I didn't have the opportunity to dine in the evening but locals tell me that the restaurant is very good indeed.

  • 4
    « Good but could be great »

    A good meal well cooked. The dining room has been modernised and the entrance is being done at the moment. Spoilt by silly little things such as small tables pushed together to form a larger table but they are different heights. Meals brought out for everyone except one who had to wait a good five minutes. I feel sure it had been forgotten but staff kept saying "it won't be long". Bread and butter had been ordered to go with the Fish and chips and it was forgotten. We had a good evening and enjoyed the food and probably will go again but someone needs to sort out the details.

    5
    « Just yummy »

    Called in on spec & although very busy we were accommodated with a table for 2 after only a short wait.. Ordered the Sunday roast & have to say it was delicious coupled with excellent presentation.. Amazing value for money for the food quality.. Can't wait to go again...

    4
    « Glad we changed from North Shore »

    I must say what a totally different hotel the Vine is compared with the other Great Western Hotel in Skegness, The North Shore. Friendly happy staff who can't do enough for you. As I stayed for 2 nights, came back the 2nd day to find my room had been made up, unlike the North Shore. Hotel currently under minor refurbishment, but the work is being kept to a minimal. Will defiantly be using this hotel again whilst on business in Skegness.

    4
    « A difficult day made better »

    Visiting family to organise a funeral and stayed overnight at this hotel. A warm welcome and the room was clean and comfortable, the bed had fresh sheets on and we had a good nights sleep. We sat downstairs in the bar before going to bed and fancied a cheeseboard and even though it was 20 minutes after the kitchen closed they happily obliged, only one comment which sounds picky but no cheese knife! However my husband got a knife and fork and I got a fork and spoon! Food was lovely and staff friendly. We will be going to Skegness again soon and will definitely go back. Thank you.

    4
    « Our wedding »

    Myself and my husband recently got married at the vine hotel. Throughout the day we were looked after by Jules manager of hotel. She was organised and very kind putting us first and making us feel special on the day. The wedding, reception and evening party was all there and the use of the garden also. I feel I need to mention a comment about the food. It was divine I had many guests coming up to me saying how good the food was. The hotel staff all worked long hours on our wedding days and still had a smile. I wish to thank them for making our day so special. Would recommend anyone wanting to get married to have a look

    5
    « amazing food »

    went as a couple on saturday night very busy popular with the locals staff helpful and polite had a great meal steak cooked perfect to our recomendation and we wasnt disappointed a lovely meal lovely atmosphere will definately viisit again very soon we didnt stay at the Hotel

    4
    « golf stay »

    2 night stay whilst using facilities at Seaacroft Golf Club, this is our10th year at the Vine and will be returning next year the hotl is always clean, tidy and very comfortable with excellent quality food and I would have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone

    5
    « wedding and overnight stay »

    We got married at the vine hotel skegness on 18th July 2015 from our first meeting to arrange and book our wedding to the big day the staff and management at the vine hotel could not do enough for us the presentation and decoration of the venue was outstanding the buffet was out of this world . The hotel rooms for our guests were spotless and beautifully decorated the wedding breakfast had everything we could of wanted . Would recommend this hotel to anyone for any special occasion or just a weekend away . Big thank you to Jules and the rest of the staff ... Thankyou from Mr and Mrs griffin.

    5
    « Great Hotel, Staff and Food »

    Stayed 2 nights while on business in the area. Fairly small hotel - 26 rooms - and underg going out of season refurbishment. My room was 26, top floor and was very clean and had plenty of room. Bed was nice and comfy but shower wasnt very powerful. Nice views of the grounds though. Breakfast started at 7:30am which is a bit later than I would have liked, but you couldn't fault the service or the food which was freshly cooked to order. I had porridge one morning and poached eggs the other and both were very nice. We ate (party of 4) in the hotel bar each nighy while watching sky sports on the large screen. Food was again very tasty and freshly cooked and also reasonably priced. I ate from the Indian menu on the first night and it was as good as any Indian restaurant I have been in. I ate gammon the next night and again had no complaints. The menu offers a Tapas special on a Tuesday which means the Indian menu isnt available that night. Only small complaint was that the bathroom toiletries were not replenished on the second day, but other than that, a great hotel for the price with friendly staff (Tony and Lukasz on the bar) and tasty food.

 

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Depuis : la route A16. Vers Boston, puis prenez l'A52 vers le centre-ville de Skegness. Le BEST WESTERN Vine Hotel est à 2 kilomètres sur Drummond Road à partir du clocher du front de mer. Vine Road est une impasse à la sortie de Drummond Road.