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Welcome to The Old Chequers

The Old Chequers is a warm and friendly pub situated on the bank of the river Lymn, in the village of Croft, five miles from Skegness. It is a listed building and believed to be the oldest inn in Lincolnshire. Surrounded by open countryside this is truly a country inn well worth a visit.

In the winter there is a roaring fire and in the summer plenty of areas to sit outside.

There is a separate caravan park at the back of the pub. Details can be found on otherwise email or telephone 07771 881027 during office hours for further details.

There is always at least one Batemans beer on the bar.  The Old Chequers also prides itself on a great selection of gins.

There have presently been some changes made to ensure everyone feels safe and has an enjoyable visit.

Booking is advisable however not essential and all effort will be made to find you a table as quickly as possible.

To book a table please either telephone 01754 880320, or direct message through Facebook page


To find The Old Chequers follow the brown tourists signs from the A52 or from the village coming from the A158.

Pub Details

Phone Number

01754 880320


Lymn Bank, Croft, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE24 4PF

Opening Times


Monday & Tuesday

Wednesday – Friday
5pm – 9pm

12 midday – 9pm

12 midday – 4pm

Food Served


Monday & Tuesday

Wednesday – Friday
5pm – 8pm

12 midday – 8pm

12 noon – 3pm

Booking is advisable but not essential, as we will always do our best to get you seated.

Pub Facilities

  • Beer Garden
  • Dog Friendly (Garden Only)
  • Families Welcome
  • Food Served
  • Locally Sourced Food
  • Open Fire
  • Parking
  • Wi-Fi Available

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