1. Chill Out in Mablethorpe
WeatherVariable often windy along the front/beach, this can cause sunburn as it takes the heat out of the sun.
HolidayWe have had a caravan at Mablethorpe for approximately 10 years when the older grandchildren were toddlers. We love the beach and it is a lovely walk from Mablethorpe along the beach to Sutton on Sea. Cafes and restaurants are very reasonably priced and we never feel 'ripped off'. Mablethorpe has not moved with the times, the shops are appalling, on the whole ticky tacky seaside rubbish with only the odd shop one would wish to visit again! We remember it being like this when we were children ourselves.
The older grandchildren still like to come but are bored in the evening, not much to offer apart from the cinema and amusements. Why oh why have you not pushed for a swimming pool and leisure centre, at least there would be somewhere to go when the weather is not so good.
Mablethorpe is within reach of Skegness, Boston Cleethorpes and Grimsby, all of which have more to offer in the way of shops, leisure centres, and 'things to do'.
Don't let our comments put you off a visit if you are in need of a peaceful and quiet few days, we use our caravan from March to November to chill out - our 4 younger grandchildern all love to visit as they enjoy the sand, sea and paddling pool and the seal sanctuary is worth a visit, especially if you travel on the sand train.
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