Sutton on Sea
Sutton on Sea is a quiet seaside town. The beach is clean winning the Blue Flag Award every year. The beach and sea are ideal for relaxing during your holiday. Try the sea for a cool swim on those hot summer days.
Near the Pullover is the paddling pool seen here at night. The Mapleleaf Pool was the gift from the Canadian People to commorate the bravery of the People of Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea during the1953 floods.
Sandilands beaches are within a short walk.
Sandilands golf course is near the Holiday Cottages. The Grange and Links Hotel with restaurants has two tennis courts.
The seaside resorts of Mablethorpe and Skegness are just along the coast.
In Mablethorpe there is the Seal Sanctuary with as Wildlife Centre, Dunes Leisure Funfair and the Loewen Cinema. Mablethorpe has sandy beaches easily accessible from the promenade which continues on from Sandilands and Sutton on Sea.
In the winter Mablethorpe hosts the Sand-racing on the beach near the main pullover and the Star of the East.
Donna Nook National Nature Reserve run by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust has seal pups near the sand dunes every November and December.
Inland there is the market towns of Alford, Spilsby and Louth.
In Alford, you can visit the 17th century Manor House with the Hacket Museum which is full of tools from old trades carried on in Lincolnshire and farming implements. Alford Manorhouse has a WW1 exhibition, tea shop and gardens. Alford is also famous for its Craftmarket which now has a shop as well as markets through the Summer.
Spilsby is the birthplace of Sir John Franklin and has as regular aution in the market place every Monday.
The Lincolnshire Worlds is disignated an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Lincolnshire Worlds is great for walking, horse riding and biking. There are many villages to explore including Somersby, the birthplace of Alfred Lord Tennyson.
Also Cadwell Motor Racing Park is in the Lincolnshire Worlds.