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Stuff to do around Seaside Lodge

There's plenty to do around Seaside Lodge, but there's no rush to do anything. At our seaside, lakeside retreat everything's on hand to help you have a relaxing break, idling away the day, or using the peace and quiet (and lovely light) to write or paint, or work away from the pressures of the city. A Nespresso machine and Aerochino help while away the hours making coffees, a deep bath and two powerful showers, a garden to snooze and watch the bird life from and a beautiful log burner to snuggle up by. There's a library full of books and DVDs, and bird spotting guides and binoculars to sit and watch the birdlife around the lake and lodge.

Activities around Seaside Lodge include discovering the area, local walks, some places to find local produce, checking out the neighbouring beaches, playing golf and fishing on the lake.

Activities around Seaside Lodge

1 Enjoy Anderby Creek beach. It's just a 2 minute amble from Seaside Lodge's front door. The wide, sandy beach is often called the gem in the crown of Lincolnshire beaches. Even in the height of summer, it's peaceful, scenic and you can walk for miles - north or south - along the beach, the dunes, or pathways tucked behind the dunes.
2 Seaside Lodge is in Lincolnshire's Coastal Country Park. Its sandy beaches, beautiful big skies and range of interesting wildlife, the Coastal Country Park is great to explore and enjoy. Download the map of Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park © Lincolnshire County Council.
3 Play a round of golf at Sandilands 18-hole links golf course, The oldest links course in Lincolnshire is just 5 minutes away, by the edge of the beach. Play on tees and greens all year round with fantastic views - and the challenge of the wind! 
4 Fish the peaceful, private lake behind the lodge (pop next door to Longways Fisheries for a permit), or go fly fishing at Withern Mill.
5 Discover the Lincolnshire Wolds. An area of outstanding natural beauty on the doorstep of Seaside Lodge.
6 Visit one (or all) of the 5 nearby Nature Reserves.
7 Go horse riding at a nearby equestrian centre, or have a beach hack. They offer riding tuition for all ages and abilities.
8 Visit Donna Nook seal colony and get up close to thousands of seals and seal pups in October-November.
9  Go and see the historic, working windmills at Burgh-le-Marsh and Alford.
10 See Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve, a beautiful coastal nature reserve and wildlife haven near Skegness
11 Discover the coastline, walk north or south along the coastal path from Anderby Creek beach - or hire bikes locally and ride the beautiful coastal path.
12 See the Snowy Owls and Marmosets at Claythorpe Watermill. Sit by the river, soak up some history, have lunch, or let the kids run amok in the woodland play area
13 Fancy a day trip to a theme park? Drive about 7 miles south to visit Fantasy Island or Butlins for some good, old-fashioned fun.
14 Visit Louth. A pretty, historic market town with some great shops and things and see, and the capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds. There are some lovely specialist food shops, a range of places to eat, and regular farmer's markets.
15 Bird watching at the Round and Round House bird hide on Anderby Creek beach, or one nearby nature reserves. Or just sit in the lakeside garden at Seaside Lodge and view the birdlife from the outdoor sofa
16 Visit Bateman's Brewery, take the brewery tour, sample the lovely beers in the brewery bar and bring some back some golden nectar in the Bateman's carry pack we've supplied at Seaside Lodge.

Family bucket and spade holiday, working retreat, coastal bolthole, romantic hideaway...this luxury lakeside lodge is all of that, and more. Book now.


 

 

 

 

 

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