Seacroft Hotel and its License

This newspaper story gives account of the Seacroft Hotel obtaining a license to sell intoxicating drinks in 1911, the owners of the premises being The Skegness and Seacroft Hydrotherapy Company.

The article also tells us how much the hotel cost to built, its profits, and states that the building was first in use three years previously, (1908).

Incidentally, the Bolas began excavations of the cellars of the Royal Hotel, formerly Seacroft Hotel, in 2006, believing them to still contain Victorian Hydrotherapy Equipment, but the excavation work was discontinued after a short period.



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