- Tell me about the Lincolnshire coast..
My in-laws live just outside Louth – I think Rogerthecat has summed it up quite well.
My 6yo likes Mablethorpe for the fun fair and the beech train, but other than that it’s a hole.
Sutton’s a quieter seaside town.
Anderby Creek is probably the nicest spot they’ve taken us to. Not a lot there but has a nice, endless, white, sandy beech with shallow water for paddling.
Donna Nook is good for seal watching, in fact I think this is about the time when they all come up on the shore to have pups.
Last time we visited I decided I’d rather leave the family at the in-laws and rode to my folks’ house in N. Yorks 😉 Found plenty of quiet country lanes for road riding and if you head for the Wolds rather than the coast it’s prettier and hillier than I expected it to be.Posted 4 years agomatthewlhomeMember
pick up an os map and you’ll be fine- just head east.
From Brackenborough, if you went out towards Binbrook and then take your pick. Avoid the main A631 and A158 roads though as they can be fast and with lots of blind corners for motorists.
As others have said, if this weather holds up going towards the coast could be quite unpleasant. There is very little shelter that way.
Kings Head pub in Tealby is nice.Posted 4 years ago
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