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What do you want to see today? A working windmill, seals, bathing beauties? We've got it all! The area local to Manor Farm Stay is abuzz with attractions for all ages. We have picked out a few favourites, please click on the arrow by the attraction to find out more. 

Alford Craft Market

Regular craft markets on most bank holidays and a shop full of unique handmade gifts.
Alford LN13 9DG
‪01507 463468‬

Alford Manor House

The 17th century building is believed to be the largest thatched manor house in the country. Museum, tea rooms and gardens open to visitors.
Alford LN13 9HT
‪01507 463073‬

Alford Windmill

The five-Sailed Windmill was built in 1837 by the local Alford millwright, Sam Oxley. It is often considered to be the finest windmill in England. The site consists of a working windmill, a shop selling local produce and an award winning tea room.
Alford LN13 9EH
‪01507 462136‬

Anderby Creek Cloud Bar

The Cloud Bar at Anderby Creek is the UK’s first permanent cloud watching outpost.
Anderby Creek PE24

Bathing Beauties Festival

Beach Huts filled with arts & crafts plus Continental market, live music, street theatre, dance, fireworks and more.
Mablethorpe LN12

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Museum Visitor Centre

The centre gives you the opportunity to see the Flight’s historic aircraft at close quarters and to observe the RAF BBMF technicians working to maintain them in airworthy condition. Tea room serving food and beverages.
Coningsby LN4 4SY
‪01522 782040‬

Bolingbroke Castle

The ruins of an English Heritage 13th century hexagonal castle. Great place for a picnic in the summer!
Old Bolingbroke PE22 4HH
‪0370 3331181‬

Claythorpe Water Mill and Wildfowl Gardens

Sit by the river, meet the birds and animals, soak up some history, have a fabulous lunch at the café, or let the kids off the leash in the woodland play area. Open daily from March-October.
Aby LN13 0DU
‪01507 451366‬

Donna Nook Grey Seals

In November and December grey seals give birth to their pups near the sand dunes. In 2015 there were 1889 pups – don't miss this amazing wildlife spectacle!
Louth LN11 7PD

Farmer Browns Farm Made Ice Cream and Coffee Shop

Family run farm business producing luxury dairy ice cream in many flavours made using milk from their own herd of cows. Visit the award winning farm shop and tea room, meet the farm animals and see the ice cream being made. Open Farm Sundays yearly.
Huttoft LN13 9RL
‪01507 490347‬

Gunby Estate, Hall & Gardens

A National Trust homely country house dated 1700 set in Victorian walled gardens. Explore three floors of the hall, stroll through the eight acre gardens and visit the charming tea room selling home baked cakes and drinks.
Gunby PE23 5SS
‪01754 890102‬

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre is a family run museum and was set up over 20 years ago. It is now widely seen as a living memorial to the 55,500 men of Bomber Command who lost their lives during WW2.
East Kirkby PE23 4DE
‪01790 763207‬

Loewen Cinema

The cinema has two air-conditioned screens. It is great value and shows a variety of the latest films in 2D and 3D.
Mablethorpe LN12 1LT
‪01507 477040‬

Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre

With a variety of animals (including cheeky meerkats), a seal hospital and a café, the seal sanctuary makes a great family day out.
Mablethorpe LN12 1QG
‪01507 473346‬

Radcliffe Donkey Sanctuary

Visit the sanctuary for free admission to see the donkeys and feed the animals. It’s great fun!
Huttoft LN13 9RB
‪01507 490864‬

Skegness Aquarium

Skegness Aquarium is an exciting brand new family attraction with fish, sharks, lots of family activities and a café.
Skegness PE25 3HH
‪01754 228200‬

Sutton-on-Sea and Trusthorpe Carnival

Join the crowds of people lining the streets of Sutton on Sea and Trusthorpe on Carnival day, for a spectacular parade of dancing, music, animals and vehicles.

Tennyson's birthplace

Take a stroll through the hamlet of Somersby, see Tennyson's birthplace and discover the River Lymn, once known as Tennyson’s ‘babbling brook’.