The Charnwood Tavern Pub and Touring Site at Winthorpe Near Skegness
The Charnwood Tavern Pub
The bar is well stocked with beers, spirits and soft drinks. On draught you can enjoy Carling, Fosters, John Smiths, Worthington's, Guinness and Strongbow Cider. Have some fun with a game of darts or pool or relax inside or outside, either way you'll be glad you came.
Touring & Camping Site
Our 25 pitch touring site is surrounded by farm land yet is less than two miles from Skegness town centre and less than three miles from Butlins and Fantasy Island. The grass pitches are sheltered by the trees and bushes on the sites perimeter and each has an electrical hook up.
Site facilities include stand pipe water supply, shower block and toilets and an Elsan chemical waste disposal point and, of course, access to the Charnwood Tavern for refreshments and socialising.
Children and well behaved dogs are welcome.
Tents are £10 per night, caravans and motorhomes are £20 per night plus £3 for an awning. There is a £10 refundable deposit for a key to the toilet and shower block.
Find the Charnwood Tavern
Church End, Winthorpe, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 1EJ
The Charnwood Tavern is situated at the end of a single track road in the peaceful countryside.
We are next to St Mary's Church which provides a useful landmark when you are trying to find us for the first time.
From the A52 in Withorpe turn onto Church Lane at the t-junction by the corner shop. Follow Church Lane into the countryside, when it turns 90 degrees left continue straight on to the Church End single track road, you'll find us at the end opposite the Church.
From the A158 Burgh Road in Skegness turn onto Burg Old Road - there are three possible turn offs and all lead to the same mini-roundabout. At the mini-roundabout take the exit for Beacon Way and follow the road into the countryside before turning right at the t-junction onto Church Lane, signed for Winthorpe. As you follow Church Lane you will begin to see the Church on your left. Shortly after entering the 30MPH zone turn sharp right onto the Church End single track road at the point Church Lane takes a 90 degree right. You'll find us at the end of Church end, opposite the Church itself.
Did you know?
- Historically, a tavern or pot-house was a place of business where people gather to drink and also be served food.
- The word 'tavern' derives from the Latin, 'taberna' and the Greek 'ταβέρνα/taverna'.
- The original meaning of tavern was a shed or workshop.
- The distinction of a tavern from an inn, bar or pub varies by location, in some places being the same and in others being distinguished by tradition.
- In Renaissance England, a tavern was distinguished from a public ale house by being run as a private enterprise, where drinkers were 'guests' rather than members of the public.