Mablethorpe has been named as the number one coastal destination “on the rise” in a national finding.

Mablethorpe beach

Mablethorpe beach

Holiday Lettings looked at the summer hotspots that are on the rise this summer; Mablethorpe were fourth on the list with a 119% rise in visitors.

Spokesperson for Holiday Lettings, Saskia Welman, said: “From our latest statistics, we can see that Mablethorpe is still gaining ground as a holiday destination in demand. With its traditional seaside charm and family-friendly atmosphere, it has a winning formula that’s still proving popular with our users. More and more travellers are seeing the advantages of rental accommodation as an alternative to traditional hotel stays. More space, more privacy, the freedom of feeling at home… and they offer unbeatable value, too.”

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  1. Cowal Peninsula, Argyll and Bute  231%
  2. Melrose, Scottish Boarders  156%
  3. Pickering, North Yorkshire  124%
  4. Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire  119%
  5. Broadway, Cotswolds  117%
  6. Callington, Cornwall  114%
  7. Sheringham, Norfolk  108%
  8. St Davids Peninsula, Pembrokeshire  108%
  9. Loch Tay, Perthshire  105%
  10. Chesterfield, Derbyshire  105%
  11. Wroxham, Norfolk  97%
  12. Hunstanton, Norfolk  97%
  13. Beadnell, Northumberland  91%
  14. Hexham, Northumberland  90%
  15. Carlisle, Cumbria  89%

Mablethorpe Park is the perfect Lincolnshire retreat. Its contrast of traditional cedar wood home and modern caravans for sale exactly reflect the surrounding area’s mix of heritage and up to date attractions. Skegness, one of England’s oldest seaside resorts is nearby. Mablethorpe, Cleethorpes and Sutton-on-Sea are all steeped in history - take a look! Miles of golden sand, exciting scenery, beachside amusements, indoor attractions and good old-fashioned fun make the Lincolnshire coast a firm favourite.