Fishing

Fishing

For fishing around Skegness you can’t beat Pine Trees. We have two beautifully landscaped lakes, one for the carp enthusiast and one mostly silver fish; match bags regularly exceed 30lb. Both lakes are fully accessible to the disabled angler.

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Booking

At Pine Trees we believe your Skegness Holiday should start with the personal touch, whether you’re camping, caravanning or staying in one of our cottages. Please feel free to fill out your requirements using the form below or simply give us a call. We are able to take credit/debit cards so can confirm your booking while you’re on or we can do it all by email if you’re pushed for time. Mick and Dot, our site wardens, are here to make your stay with us as easy and pleasurable as possible, and that starts right here.

Prices

Tourers, Tents, Motorhomes

 prices per night

Caravan, inc 2 Adults£13.00
July, August £15.00
Awning, Gazebo     £2.00

Electric Hook-up

£2.00

Extra Adult

£1.50

Extra Child (5-14 Years)

£1.00

Dog

£1.00

Tents, dependant on size

£13-28

Motorhome

£13-25

Fishing
Day Fishing - not staying on site£5.00 per rod per day
Day Fishing - staying on site£3.00 per rod per day
Day Fishing - staying on site£12.00 per rod per week   
Apartments
March, April, May   

1 Bed £215

2 Bed £285

June - September

1 Bed £275

2 Bed £400

October, November

1 Bed £185

2 Bed £265

Cottages
March, April, May   

1 Bed £195

2 Bed £235

June - September

1 Bed £275

2 Bed £335

October, November

1 Bed £185

2 Bed £215

 

Full payment is required to confirm your booking. If cancellation is necessary, your payment will only be refunded if we can re-let on similar terms, in this case you will be refunded less 15% for administration expenses.

Credit/debit card facilities available.

All cheques should be made payable to J. Dodsworth or Pinetrees Leisure.

Use the form below to make an enquiry and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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