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Lincolnshire lies on the east coast of England and is a primarily a rural county with open countryside, rivers and seaside hotspots meaning the best of both coastal and rural life can be enjoyed. With average house prices at £218,293 it also offers this at a much more reasonable rate compared to similar counties.

The Coast

Situated directly in the centre of Lincolnshire’s 50 miles of uninterrupted coastline it is well-known by both locals and tourists for its award-winning sandy beaches which have remained unspoilt for years. Many houses have remained unspoilt as well with many boasting Georgian and Victorian features.


There are a range of attractions available in Mablethorpe including the Seal Sanctuary, Sand Train, Cinema and Bowling Alley as well as amusement arcades, minigolf and donkey rides which are very popular in the summer months. In winter months Mablethorpe is known for more quaint walks on the promenade and panoramic views of the coast allowing there to be something for everyone.

A new superstore has opened in Mablethorpe making it even easier to obtain groceries, but many independent shops are still present which sell more local produce.


Sutton-on-Sea is secluded costal town which offers a much slower pace of life than Mablethorpe. It has a range of houses and bungalows with both modern and period features. It is also home to a bar and restaurant overlooking the sea.

Sutton-on-Sea offers high quality fish and chip shops, a signature of any good seaside town, as well as many other good eateries. There are also many small shops offering local products such as everyday bakers to typical seaside staples such as ice-cream and bucket and spades. Sutton also has sports facilities in the form of tennis courts, AstroTurf, and bowling green all available for the general public.

The Wolds

The Lincolnshire Wolds (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) brings rolling hills to a notoriously flat region and is punctuated with farmhouses, windmills, and picturesque views. This allows the area to be very popular for outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling, & riding as well as country sports such as shooting and fishing. With a limited number of major roads in this area it lends itself to a lifestyle of privacy and seclusion, however, this is mixed with a variety of quirky markets and festivals such as the scarecrow festivals that are held annually.


Alford is a historic market town located at the foot of the Wolds known for its thatched cottages and manor house which line parts of the high street. In terms of amenities, Alford is home to a variety of independent shops such as bakers, butchers, greengrocers, cafes, restaurants, and pubs. Alford also holds their own market on Tuesdays and Fridays boasting local produce.


Louth is a larger town situated at the centre of the Wolds which is known for it cutesy small street and vast areas of greenery. It is home to two golf courses, a cinema, and a leisure centre as well as other sports facilities meaning there always something to do. Louth hosts three markets a week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and the also host a farmers’ market which supports local businesses. It is home to a mix of independent and high street shops meaning you can always find what you’re looking for. It’s river also means there variety of scenic walks and viewpoints in the surrounding area.