GREEN’S TEMPERANCE HOTEL and COFFEE HOUSE, SKEGNESS. WILLIAM GREEN most respectfully informs the friends of Temperance and a liberal public, that he has opened his house as a Temperance Hotel and Coffee House, where Sea-bathers and other Visitors may be accommodated in a comfortable and economical manner.—Breakfasts, Dinners, Teas, and other refreshments. Tea, Coffee, Lemonade, Ginger Beer, Soda Water, and other drinking beverages, at any hour of the day.—The house being small, the accommodations are present limited, consisting a public room, a private parlour, and five comfortable sleeping rooms; but should he meet with that encouragement which it will ever be his endeavour to merit, he will at any future time be happy to make such improvements as circumstances may require, the house and premises being his own property.—Stabling, and Keeping for Horses.—The situation, he trusts, will be found most eligible, being situate about miles North of Hildred’s Hotel, and about half a mile from the termination of the roads leading to Burgh, Spilsby, Alford, &c—The house is quite retired, and close by the shore, with as fine a beach as any upon the Lincolnshire Coast Skegness, July, 1837.
Source: Stamford Mercury – Friday 14 July 1837
Note: Not sure where this Temperance Hotel was atm, but investigation is in progress…..