Directions: How to find Helsey House Cottages near Chapel St Leonards and Skegness.
Helsey House Holiday Cottages
Helsey, near Hogsthorpe,Skegness, Lincolnshire PE24 5PE
Telephone: 01 754 872 927
Directions From Alford
Take the A1111 signposted Bilsby, Chapel St Leonards.
Go through Bilsby past the Church on your right, past the Rix Garage on your right and take the next right turn (Three Tuns Pub on corner) B1449 signposted Chapel St Leonards, Mumby. Stay on this road to the end. You will go over a hump back bridge controlled by traffic lights. At the junction turn right on to the A52 signposted Skegness, Chapel St Leonards.
Go through Mumby village passing The Red Lion Pub on your right and Church on your left. Leave the village and go round a series of bends. You will see Rose Cottage on your right. Continue on this road for a couple of small bends. You will approach a sharp left hand bend with a chevron sign facing you on the bend and a small post box. On the brow of the bend turn right into Helsey Lane. Helsey House is the first house on the right down the lane.
If approaching Skegness on the A158 continue into the town centre to a set of traffic lights on the junction with the A52. You will see the Atlantic Ship Inn opposite the lights to the left. Turn left on to the A52 (filter lane) signposted Ingoldmells, Chapel St Leonards.
If approaching Skegness on the A52 stay on this road all through town following the signs for Ingoldmells, Fantasy Island, Chapel St Leonards.
Stay on the A52 through Ingoldmells and continue towards Chapel St Leonards staying on the A52. Continue on this road into Hogsthorpe. Go through Hogsthorpe on the A52 signposted Mablethorpe. Leave Hogsthorpe village and take the next turning on your left (Helsey Lane) as you approach the sharp right hand bend. We are the first house on the right down the lane.
If you get stuck please ring 01 754 872 927 or 07 740 909 765.
PS. if you are coming a long way this may help. >> Ten games for the journey.
Out and About from Helsey House Cottages
Things to do and places to see in Lincolnshire.
Helsey House Cottages are in a good location to explore the Lincolnshire coast with Skegness, Ingoldmells and Fantasy Island within 10 miles.
Skegness, Mablethorpe and Sutton-on-Sea are three out of only eighty three European Blue Flag beaches UK wide.
Wildlife thrives on the natural coastline and is a good place for birdwatchers, nature lovers and conservationists. During the winter the seals come on to the beach at Donna Nook to have their pups and you are able to see them close up and photograph them.
The Lincolnshire Wolds is a short drive away where you can visit Alford, Burgh-le-Marsh, Spilsby, Horncastle, Market Rasen, Caistor for a wealth of history, architecture, festivals and markets. Lincoln, Boston and Grimsby are all within one hours’ drive.
Hogsthorpe, the nearest village [5 minutes by car, 20 minute walking] has two pubs, one serving food, also there a restaurant open during the season. In the village is the Church and a Post Office/General Store. A Farm Shop provides excellent locally produced meat at reasonable prices. A daily bus service is available from the top of the lane into Mablethorpe or Skegness. The Red Lion at Mumby [5 minutes by car] serves home cooked food and real ales.
- Alford - Historic Market Town
- Alford Craft Market
- Alford Manor House
- Burgh le Marsh - Market Town
- "Cheeky Monkeys" Children's Play Time
- Donna Nook Seal Colony (Oct/Nov)
- East Kirkby Aviation Centre
- Fantasy Island
- Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve
- Gunby Hall House & Gardens (NT)
- Lincolnshire Wolds
- Mablethorpe Queens Park
- Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary
- Monksthorpe Chapel (NT)
- Maud Foster Windmill
- Old Bolingbroke Castle (ruins)
- Skegness Church Farm Museum
- Somersby (Tennyson's birthplace)
- Snipe Dales - Woods/Picnic
- Spilsby - Market Town
- Sutton on Sea
- Wainfleet and Bateman's Brewery