Discover the Lincolnshire Wolds with a chalet at Tingdene Mablethorpe

Watch our brand new video on the Lincolnshire Wolds, find out some interesting facts and history about this area of outstanding natural beauty, discover Mablethorpe beach on the coast & find out about why there has been a resurgence in people investing in chalet holiday properties in 2019 in Lincolnshire!

What are the Lincolnshire Wolds?  

They are a range of hills running roughly parallel to the North Sea Coast from the Humber to the Fens. They are the highest land in in eastern England between Yorkshire and Kent. In fact the spot known as Wolds Top is the highest point in the whole of Lincolnshire. Just north of the village of Normanby le Wold, it’s approximately 551 feet or 168 metres, above sea level and since 1973, The Lincolnshire Wolds have officially been an Area of Outstanding Beauty - or AONB. The Wolds area - and it covers 560 square kilometers - is rural. There are several small market towns to visit like Alford and Market Rasen. The Wolds are an ancient place where roads follow the lines of Roman Roads. Before the Romans came there were Vikings here. They gave their name to the wonderful long distance walk known as The Viking Way. It’s very popular with hikers. You can walk it all if you like - from the Humber Bridge to Oakham it’s 147 miles.

Image: Writer & broadcaster Pete Goodrum discovers Mablethorpe Chalet & Caravan park and the surrounding area of the Lincolnshire Wolds

Image: Writer & broadcaster Pete Goodrum discovers Mablethorpe Chalet & Caravan park and the surrounding area of the Lincolnshire Wolds

Mablethorpe Beach - a glorious part of the coast

The Lincolnshire coastline - 50 miles of beaches running from the Humber to the Wash and hundreds of years of fishing, trading and of course tourism. Never let it be said that this place doesn’t move with the times, you may even spot a modern and trendy beach hut called… Jabba the hut! Turn to look inland and you realise that you’re not far from the Lincolnshire Wolds.

Image: Modern day beach huts on Mablethorpe beach!

Image: Modern day beach huts on Mablethorpe beach!

Investing a leasehold chalet in Tingdene Mablethorpe in Lincolnshire

Chalets were popular in the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s following the post war era, which was a boom period in UK tourism; the first motorways were created giving families easy access to UK seaside destinations, which would have previously taken much longer on smaller, slower A roads. Investing in a leasehold, timber chalet in 2019 gets you lots of bang for your buck as with a low purchase cost of a chalet and as at Tingdene Mablethorpe you can use your chalet all year round for holiday or residential use they represent great value in the world of property. Purchasing a leasehold chalet on the Lincolnshire coast is a great investment and there’s the peace and quiet, the relaxation. It’s a brilliant place to share time with your family which is increasingly important for your well-being and it’s there for you all the year round. That has to be worth thinking about doesn’t it?

Image: The entrance to Mablethorpe beach close to Tingdene Mablethorpe

Image: The entrance to Mablethorpe beach close to Tingdene Mablethorpe