SEA BATHING. SKEGNESS HOTEL, Lincolnshire.
J R.LOUTH meet respectfully informs the nobility, gentry, and public at large, that he has entered upon the above Hotel (lately occupied by Mr. Stafford), and is fitting the same with entirely new and well-seasoned goose-coat feather-beds and other furniture; and having laid stock of superior old Wines and Spirits, hopes to be honored with their patronage and support; assuring them no exertion on his part shall be wanting to contribute to their comfort and amusement.
The house commands, fine view of the German Ocean, the entrance of Boston Deeps, and the opposite coast of Norfolk. N.B. New and good Caravans, with careful attendants ; Warm and Shower Baths at any hour.
An excellent Bowlhig-green; and, for the accommodation of ladies, a very good Piano-forte.
Skegness is situated in delightful country, with fine gravel roads, and the beach is equal to any the kingdom.—A daily post to and from London. Skegness, June 17, 1822.
Source: Stamford Mercury – Friday 21 June 1822