The Grove@Creekside

Lincs, England

The Grove@Creekside

Guests at The Grove@Creekside love the peaceful atmosphere, local wildlife and huge Lincolnshire skies that offer some of the finest sunset views around. The atmosphere at night when the site is lit up by twinkling fairylights and the glow of campfires is truly magical.

We offer a mixture of grass and hardstanding touring pitches for tents, motorhomes and campervans.

All pitches have electric hook up and come complete with a picnic bench and firepit and logs, kindling and marshmallows can be purchased on site.

We also have 2 fully furnished luxury bell tents that sleep 2-4 people and 1 unfurnished bell tent that sleeps up to 5. In addition to quality bedding, towels and robes these also have an electric heater, Nespresso machine, kettle, cooking firepit, picnic table, pots & pans and crockery and cutlery.

In addition to the usual campsite facilities of drinking water, chemical disposal points and grey water disposal points we also have a covered washing up area (hot & cold water) and toilet and shower blocks that come complete with eco friendly toiletries.

The site is situated in the heart of our farm, set back from the road in the most beautiful, peaceful and sheltered of settings.

The site is set in open countryside yet is within a short walk from the beach. We are located in the heart of the Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park with access to the footpaths and nature reserves that are continually being developed as part of this project.
The beautiful Anderby Creek beach is less than half a mile away and has a well-deserved reputation for being a hidden gem along this coastline. Should you want a more lively resort for a day trip, we are 8 miles from Skegness, with Butlins and Fantasy Island being even closer.

Grounds and nearby

We are midway between the bustling seaside resorts of Skegness and Mablethorpe but our tranquil site feels a million miles away from these touristy destinations.

The Grove@Creekside is a 10 minute walk to Anderby Creek which is often cited as one of Britain’s best ‘hidden gem’ beaches, where you’ll find miles of golden sand bordered by rugged dunes. The Coastal country path runs from here to offer some wonderful peaceful walking and the wetland nature reserve is full of bird and wildlife.

At Anderby Creek you’ll also find a café and two bar/restaurants all offering quality food.

A few miles inland visitors will reach the edge of the wonderful Lincolnshire Wolds with its interesting mix of market towns such as Horncastle (famed for antiques), Alford ( famed for its regular craft market) and Louth (a real foodie favourite with regular Farmer’s markets).