The Bungalow Sutton on Sea, Lincs


Life's a beach

The Bungalow at Sutton on Sea is located by the golden beaches of Lincolnshire's coastline, from the peaceful beaches at Sutton on Sea & Sandilands to the funcoast resorts of Mablethorpe, Skegness, Ingoldmells & Cleethorpes and the nature reserves of Theddlethorpe & Gibraltar Point.

From wild waves to sandy beaches, you are ideally placed for all the family fun of a traditional seaside holiday.

Sutton on Sea, Mablethorpe, Skegness, Fantasy Island & Cleethorpes

Sutton On Sea tourist information - click here
A traditional family holiday resort offering award winning beaches and a range of family attractions including paddling pool, mini-golf and relaxing sun gardens. Close at hand are horse riding, cycle & walking paths and a Links golf course at Sandilands.

Mablethorpe tourist information - click here
Just along the coast with attractions including animal gardens/nature centre and seal trust, fairground and Dunes family entertainment centre and the beach sand train.

Skegness tourist information - click here
Skegness offers an action packed outing for all the family with attractions including day visits to Butlins' Funcoast World, Natureland seal sanctuary, Skegness pier and Laser Quest, pleasure beach, attractive gardens and excellent shopping

Fantasy Island Web Site - click here
For an all action day out why not drive along the coast towards Skegness where the excitement and thrills of Fantasy Island include white knuckle roller coaster rides. For bargain hunting Lincolnshire's largest daily indoor and outdoor market complex is next door, offering designer clothes to garden plants or Chinese rugs to DIY, at a fraction of High Street prices.

Cleethorpes Tourist information - click here
Traditional Cleethorpes holiday attractions include Pleasure Island (admission by day pass), pier, light railway & Deep Sea Experience. Markets are held on Wednesday (plus summer craft market) and Saturday, with a Sunday market at Wonderland

Away from it all

The Bungalow at Sutton on Sea offers a central location for touring the villages and countryside of the peaceful Lincolnshire Wolds, with its collection of small market towns offering excellent shopping, architecture & time-out for relaxation.
From market towns to village walks, you are ideally placed to relax, tour and discover.

Alford, Boston, Louth & Spilsby

Alford tourist information - Click here
Alford is a quaint Lincolnshire town, with market days on Tuesday & Friday and a craft market every Friday (July to start of Sept). Attractions include Manor House museum, a working five sailed windmill and summer art & craft markets

Boston tourist information - Click here
Boston has been a thriving port since medieval times, situated near the Wash. Market days Wednesday (including auction) and Saturday. Attractions include 14th century Boston stump, a working windmill, Guildhall museum and Blackfriars art centre

Louth tourist information - Click here
Louth with its intricate pattern of narrow winding streets, old inns and Georgian architecture offers interesting shopping with market days on Wednesday (auction from 11am), Friday (also cattle market), and Saturday. A most impressive sight greeting visitors is the gothic steeple of St James church, the tallest spire in England


Spilsby tourist information - Click here
Spilsby is a sleepy Lincolnshire market town (market day Monday), with traditional inns and shops, and 14th century St James's church. Visit Gumby Hall to the east of Spilsby with wonderful gardens and Tennyson's "Haunts of ancient peace"

Grimsby, Burgh le March, Horncastle & Lincoln

Grimsby tourist information - Click here
Grimsby offers excellent shopping at Freshney Place with market days Tuesday & Thursday to Saturday, (plus Friday at Freeman Street). Also worth a visit is the national fishing heritage centre

Burgh Le Marsh tourist information - Click here
Close to Skegness, Burgh le Marsh is a busy little town with a market square, traditional shops and a good selection of pubs. Look out for a five sailed windmill in working order and the Anglo Saxon burial mound

Horncastle tourist information - Click here
Horncastle offers many antique centres and excellent pine shops with home manufactured items. The remains of roman walls and St Mary's church are worth checking out. Market days are Thursday and Saturday

Lincoln tourist information - Click here
Lincoln is famous for its magnificent cathedral, one of England's oldest, a wealth of medieval architecture, castle and magna carta, excellent shopping and boat trips

Enjoy

The Bungalow at Sutton on Sea offers the ideal location for eating out, with a range of nearby cafes, pubs & restaurants, offering everything from freshly caught & cooked local fish & chips to hearty pub snacks or a la carte dining - for some suggestions - click here

A world away, yet so easy to reach

The Bungalow at Sutton on Sea is conveniently situated with convenient road access from the Midlands, East Anglia & North of England.

For great escape holidays or short breaks it is so easy to get there.

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To find a route from your area click on the starting point below or visit mulitmap.com and enter postcode: LN12 2JE

Birmingham | Nottingham | Leicester | Derby | Manchester | Sheffield | Norwich | Essex | Leeds | Luton | Cambridge

Maps for when you arrive, provided by streetmap.co.uk :

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Any rates shown are correct at the time of publication but should always be checked with The Bungalow Sutton On Sea via Kristina Cox.
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