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The Old Chequers Inn

Motorhome Pub Stopover


Satnav Quick Search ID: S33350S

Croft, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, PE24 4PF

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01754 880320

Open from Jan to Dec

This charming country inn is a listed building and is said to be the oldest pub in Lincolnshire. It once served as a jail and ‘hosted’ prisoners from Lincoln jail prior to their departure to an uncertain fate overseas. Fortunately for today’s guests there’s a much warmer welcome in store!

The Inn is surrounded by rolling Lincolnshire countryside and overlooks Lymn brook. It’s certainly a pretty spot to enjoy a drink or a pub meal. In the colder months there are two roaring open fires to welcome you. The pub is dog friendly too, so feel free to bring your well-behaved pets along. Whether you’re eating with us, staying at The Sunset Brook Caravan Park that’s adjacent or just popping in for a pint of Batemans, you’ll feel right at home.




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Review by: miller11
Visit date: Jan 2020
Unit type: Campervan
great pup lovely food and friendly staff
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Review by: sheridantony
Visit date: Oct 2019
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
Lovely, quiet spot 15 minutes drive from Skegness. Secluded location with just a few houses nearby. Flat, gravelled car park with room for one or two motorhomes. Toilets available when the pub is open, which is from 5pm on weekdays, from lunchtime at weekends. The Bateman's ale is the best I've tasted. The menu is extensive and varied. Although we didn't eat, and there is no obligation to do so, other customers clearly enjoyed the food. There is a dedicated campsite at the back of the pub with permanent statics, although looked closed for the season when we stayed over.
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Review by: bluuuz
Visit date: Jul 2019
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
Stayed here for a night on a slow drift north.

No hookup is free but limited parking. If the car park is full you have to pay for thw other side for hookup. £12/night

Nice and quiet location.

No facilities other than the pub when open if staying on the free side.

Pub staff friendly and happy for stop over. Beer limited but real ale good. Has a selection of Gins as well.
Didn’t try the food but it looked nice and was reasonably priced.
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