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Quiet, sandy beaches near Seaside Lodge

3 Blue flag beaches near Seaside Lodge

There are 2 dog-friendly beaches on the doorstep of Seaside Lodge. And, with 3 Blue Flag beaches nearby (Mablethorpe, Skegness and Sutton-on Sea), Lincolnshire’s sandy beaches are rated up there with the best in the world. Miles of sandy stretches edged by a shallow tide, Lincolnshire’s beaches are perfect for walking, birdwatching, picnicing, or just relaxing.

A dog-friendly holiday lodge, by a lovely dog-friendly beach!

Anderby Creek an 90 metre amble from Seaside Lodge is Anderby Creek beach. Voted one Britain’s 10 best hidden beaches according to AOL Travel, who say: “Anderby Creek beach is unspoilt, quiet and beautiful. The gorgeous stretch of soft sand is backed by dunes and is perfect for sandcastle building, bathing or just strolling”. The beach is a firm favourite with many local people, and folk from farther afield who fondly remember childhood holidays there. This peaceful, picturesque beach is fully open to dogs September-March. And, during March-September, dogs are still allowed on the beach within a specific area. The cloud bar at the entrance to Anderby Creek beach is the UK's first permanent cloud watching outpost, with seats designed for cloud watching and self-operated parabolic cloud-mirrors to magic the sky down to the earth.
Read The Guardian article: Weatherwatch: The perfect spot for wondering about wispy clouds
If you'd like to stay at Seaside Lodge, remember it's dog-friendly.
Anderby Creek tide times

Discover other unspoilt beaches near Seaside Lodge

Moggs Eye Up the road (or along the beach), Moggs Eye is a large and sandy expanse of beach over dunes and fully open to dogs all year round. It’s popular with dog walkers, as it’s never too busy.
Huttoft The best bit about Huttoft beach is the wide terrace right in front of the sand where you can park your car and watch the sea. Pick up fish and chips from Waldo's in Sutton on Sea, park up and enjoy your fish and chips with a beachside view.
Wolla Bank Beach Sandy beach backing onto Wolla Bank Pit Nature Reserve. Dog walking along the beach is available all year round.
Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe Dunes Even in high season, this beach is often deserted, and is another stretch of coastline for nature lovers. A reserve containing tidal sand and mudflats, salt and freshwater marshes and sand dunes, and boasting displays of sea lavender in summer.
Chapel Six Marshes Long, sandy beach a couple of miles south of Seaside Lodge, home to the 'Structures on the Edge' Sound Tower. The tower focuses the senses and amplifies the windy nature of the site, and is part of a project developing a gallery of artistic coastal architecture.
Sutton on Sea A quiet town just 6 miles from Seaside Lodge, with a wide sandy beach that's great for swimming.



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