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Mablethorpe

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County - Lincolnshire | Map
Tel code: 01507 | code search
Postcode: LN12 | code search
Population: 11800
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Fulbeck
"Wow! What a difference in the carvery from last time we called at the fulbeck. Not only it was expensive but terrible. The meat consisted of two slices, mainly fat and gristle ..." More

Mablethorpe Market
"Paid 20 to have a aran jumper knitted buy the woman that sells knitted clothes was told that it was for a birthday presents in October she would try her ..." More

Ye Olde Curiosity Museum
"What an amazing museum. I called in here yesterday after arriving for the day in Mablethorpe. What a wonderful place. So much to see. I was going to call back on my return to ..." More

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Mablethorpe is best known today as a popular seaside resort in Lincolnshire, on the east coast of England. It is in the East Lindsay district and makes up part of 'The Fun Coast'; together with Skegness, Chapel St. Leonards, Ingoldmells, Sutton on Sea and Trusthorpe. The history of Mablethorpe is known to span many centuries, records of the Fitzwilliam family of Mablethorpe Hall date back to the early 14th century. Part of the resort was lost to the sea in the 1540s. A popular seaside resort in the 19th century, it was much loved by the poet Alfred Lord Tennyson. In the early 20th century D.H. Lawrence was also a frequent visitor. Mablethorpe is even mentioned by characters in his book 'Sons and Lovers'. There are many attractions for the visitor to Mablethorpe, including the Seal Sanctuary and Nature Centre, some play centres and funfairs. There is also a delightful range of charming shops to browse. In addition, Mablethorpe offers a good selection of cafes, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. For something quieter, you may prefer the beautiful parks and gardens, which are the pride of Mablethorpe. The award winning sandy beach is safe and stretches for miles, making it a giant playground for the children and adults alike.

Attraction

Central Beach
Seal Sanctuary
Ye Olde Curiosity Museum

Camping

Bleakhouse Farm
Golden Sands Holiday Park
Holivans
Kirkstead Holiday Park

Caravan Park

Cross Guest House & Touring Site
Denehurst Caravan Site
Golden Sands Holiday Park
Grange Leisure Park
Greenfield Caravan Park

Care Home

Beach Lodge

Cottage

Cloverleaf at Seaview
Horseshoe at Seaview
Radnor Cottage

Estate Agent

Barton David
Choice Properties
Willsons Estate Agents

Holiday Park

Golden Sands Holiday Park

Grange Leisure Park
Trusthorpe Springs Leisure Park

Market

Mablethorpe Market

Pub and Bar

Carousel Pub
Fulbeck
Tavern

Taxi

C & K Karrs
Keiths Taxis
Street Kars
Tower Taxis

Shops

Trusthorpe Garden Centre
Apple Crafts

Places to Stay near Mablethorpe

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The Ramblers Guest House (1.62 miles)

The Ramblers Guest House
The Ramblers is ideally situated on the coast road between Mablethorpe & Sutton on sea, with views overlooking the Wolds, making it an ideal place to stay for exploring both the Lincolnshire Wolds and the ... More | visit website
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Bacchus Hotel (2.27 miles)

Bacchus Hotel

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This 17th century coaching inn is recently refurbished and family-run, offering winter log fires, free on-site parking and free internet access, all within 100 metres of the blue flag beach.
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Windmill Hotel (6.04 miles)

Windmill Hotel

A splendid 17th-century coaching house overlooking the Old Market Place in Alford. Ideal for the coast and Cadwell Park. All our rates include a full English breakfast. The Windmill Hotel comprises of 10 comfortable en suite ... More | visit website

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Half Moon Hotel (6.07 miles)

Half Moon Hotel

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The Half Moon Hotel and Restaurant has been in the same family for nearly 40 years. A listed building with a history going back some 400 years, in a lively social ... More

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Harvest Cottage at Langham Barns (6.93 miles)

Harvest Cottage at Langham Barns

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Tucked down a quiet country lane, this very attractive cluster of cottages, beautifully converted from 300 year old barns, sits just 3 miles from the glorious sand ... More

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Ash Cottage at Hillview Lakes (8.76 miles)

Ash Cottage at Hillview Lakes

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Surrounded by mature trees and open countryside in 25 acres of landscaped parkland around four well established fishing lakes, Hillview has received five David Bellamy Gold Awards ... More

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Wickham House (8.78 miles)

Wickham House
Wickham House dates from the 17th Century and retains all its old world charm. The house and grounds are sheltered by trees in a quiet lane, the cottage is surrounded by its own gardens and ... More
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Kenwick Park Hotel (9.39 miles)

Kenwick Park Hotel

Approached via a magnificent avenue of broadleaf trees, this hotel has been created by carefully converting and extending the imposing, Georgian-style Kenwick Hall. The hotel is situated off the A157, just 5 minutes away from the ... More | visit website

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Beaumont Hotel (10.24 miles)

Beaumont Hotel

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Tina and Nick Cooper welcome you to the Beaumont Hotel. Our small, friendly hotel located in a residential area close to the centre of Louth is ideal for business meetings, conferences and ... More
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Priory Hotel (The) (10.27 miles)

Priory Hotel (The)
The Priory Hotel is a beautiful Grade II listed building, built by Thomas Espin, FSA in 1818 in a "Victorian Gothic" style. It was Mr Espin's dream to build his home in a country ... More | visit website

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