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Family beach holidays begin with Ingoldmells holiday homes
The idyllic resort town of Ingoldmells is perfectly positioned for family beach holidays, with tons more to discover. Splash about at a deluxe water park, meet other families and play together for days with your very own holiday home.
Penguins and archery classes
The Village Church Farm is Lincolnshire's only open air farming museum. There's always something exciting going on, whether it be a lecture on the local area's participation in the World Wars, archery, or painting classes. Don't miss the model railway and diorama of Lincolnshire Station.
Befriend the bewhiskered seals at Natureland Seal Sanctuary. The conservation centre rescues injured seals who couldn't be happier splashing in the large tanks. But it's not just seals you'll see here; watch the playful penguins, marvel at tropical butterflies and feed the goats!
Water parks and tractor rides
Butlins is a paradise for children. One of the newest attractions at this vast family play park is Splash Waterworld, with dynamic rides and flumes and tranquil spaces for unwinding in. The seaside location is echoed at Rock and Sole, which combines live music with superb British fish and chips.
Your family will love Hardy's Family Farm, a seven-acre farm right on the beach, with loads to do and animals to meet. Watch animals being born, play in the fort and take a tractor ride.
Walking trails and surfing
Strolling through the grassy bluffs at Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve, you are surrounded by birdsong and diverse flora and fauna. Follow a number of walking trails through salt marshes that are more than 300 years old to the medieval town of Wainfleet, which is also worth exploring.
A wide expanse of golden sand stretches before you at the award-winning Skegness Beach. You'll be enlivened by the water sports on offer at this gleaming beach. They include kayaking and canoeing, surfing and sailing on this pristine stretch of coast.
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