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Henrys Bungalow's is situated in the heart of the Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park making it an ideal base to tour the area. Listed below are just a few of the wonderful variety of activities and sights that are accessible from here.

On the doorstep
The Coastal Country Park where the coast meets the countryside. Perfect for bird watchers and nature lovers. Five miles of beautiful sandy beaches for you to enjoy, mostly all dog friendly.
Many footpaths are near the bungalow where you can wander through fields in open countryside and to the beach , Fishing Lake at our caravan park

Anderby Creek is a hidden Gem. The Cloud Bar is the first one in the world opened by Paul Hudson the Yorkshire Television weather man. There is a round and round house for bird watchers. Refreshments are nearby at Poppa's Bar and the Creek Tavern and cafe next to the beach.

Nearby
Visit the Radcliffe donkey sanctuary at Huttoft buy a bag of carrots to feed the donkeys. Stopping for an ice cream at Farmer Brown's. Take a drive up to Huttoft Car Terrace one of the best places to watch the sea and seabirds from the comfort of your car.

Sutton on Sea
Many little beaches between Sutton on Sea and Chapel St Leonard's
Alford a small market town with a 15th Century Manor House (largest thatched Manor House in the Country) and is open to the Public.

Within half an hour
Traditional seaside town of Skegness with its new aquarium, see the seals at Natureland, crazy golf and amusements and so much more.
Gibraltar Point's Bird Sanctuary is one of many Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust nature reserves.
Mablethorpe with its Golden Beaches. Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Park.
Donna Nook where the Seals have their Pups in the winter (visit between November and December).
Louths a wonderful Market Town, voted the best in the country by the BBC's Country file having many independent shops selling famous Lincolnshire foods and drinks.
Hubbard's Hills is great for picnics and paddling in summer and walks and the café in winter.
Horncastle famous for its antique shops.

Further Afield

Lincoln
Visit the newly revamped Castle with its Medieval Wall Walk and Victorian Prison. Poppies Wave by Paul Cummins Artist and Tom Piper Designer comes to the castle from the28th may to 4th September . See the Magna Carta that changed the course of history and has just had its 800th anniversary. The Cathedral is one of Europe's finest Gothic buildings, once the tallest in the world, that dominates Lincoln's skyline.
Go on the Aviation Heritage Trail – visit airfields, RAF stations and memorials.

Other places of interest ( please click the title to open the website for each )

www.skegness-aquarium.uk
www.skegnessnatureland.co.uk
www.thesealsanctuary.com
www.louthuk.co.uk
www.lincsaviation.co.uk
www.thekinemainthewoods.co.uk
www.visitlincoln.com
www.lincstrust.org.uk


Local Anderby Creek Area

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