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Travel tips for Sutton on Sea
Set in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, Sutton on Sea is a charming little destination with a buzzing village centre.
Some of the lovely, quirky little bits of the town include the seafront paddling pool, and there's a breathtaking sandy beach to explore or simply relax on if the weather's good.
Things to do
If you're planning a trip to Sutton on Sea, you should definitely aim to go when there's an event on. For such a little place there's always something coming up, and the town is often humming with activity. Two of the best events include the Sutton on Sea and Trusthorpe Carnival in the summer, and the Festival of Bathing Beauties in the autumn with music, poetry and drama acts.
While you're wandering through the town, make sure to keep your eyes peeled for the picturesque 19th-century, Grade II listed St. Clement church, and take time to stop off at some of the lovely cafés along the way.
Or, to get to grips with the local wildlife, visit the Seal Sanctuary at the neighbouring town of Mablethorpe.
Places to go
Feeling at home in this friendly place is easy, but finding your perfect Sutton on Sea hotel will definitely add to the ambiance of your holiday. The Bacchus Hotel, Grange and Links Hotel and Sandilands Golf Club and Athelstone Lodge are all popular choices worth looking into for the best trip away possible.
But a good getaway is only complete with a few visits to lovely eateries. Unsurprisingly, there are lots of seafood restaurants to discover like Sea Breeze Restaurant, fish and chip shops like Waldo's, and a good range of cosy cafés to unwind in after a long afternoon exploring like Stepping Stones Café.