Local Attractions

Bacchus Hotel Local BeachSutton on Sea - the resort for quiet holidays in Lincolnshire on UK East Coast

With easy access from the Town, the Sutton-on-Sea beaches are spacious, clean and safe. Sutton-on-Sea and Mablethorpe have been awarded the Blue Flag for clean beaches.

The Blue Flag Campaign is owned and run by the independent non-profit organisation Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE).

The Blue Flag is a symbol of high environmental standards as well as good sanitary and safety facilities at the beach/marina.

For more information visit: www.blueflag.org

18 Hole Golf Course

Golf - Par 70, 18 hole Links Course approx 1 mile way.
Also - Par 67 18 hole Course approx 6 miles way.
Golf societies catered for.

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Bacchus Hotel Local Golf Course

Local area attractions include scenic Lincolnshire Wolds, Cadwell Park (motorcycling), Market Rasen Race Course and Mablethorpe Sea Sanctuary.

The Bacchus attractions include Real Ale Weekends held Easter, May Day and Spring Bank Holiday together with our main event - The Bacchus Beer Festival held in August annually (please contact the Hotel for specific weekend) with local groups and children's bouncy castles.

The Bacchus Hotel is an ideal base for enjoying a peaceful holiday break on the Lincolnshire coast, incorporating Sutton-on-Sea, Mablethorpe (3 miles) and Skegness (16 miles).

Alternatively, one can enjoy the distinct history of Lincolnshire market towns such as nearby Louth (15 miles), Alford (10miles), Spilsby (16 miles), Horncastle (25 miles), Woodhall Spa (30 miles) and Market Rasen (Race course) (20 miles).

The city of Lincoln, with a Norman Cathedral, William the Conqueror Castle and numerous other items of interest is a full attraction in itself (30 miles).

Cadwell Park
Set in the rolling Lincolnshire countryside, Cadwell Park was established in 1934. The length of the track, nicknamed the 'mini Nurburgring', almost doubled to 1.3 miles in 1953, when the ascendant 500cc motorcycle-engined Formula 3 class was invited to race in a traditional bike meeting. Reg Spreckley thus became the track's first car race winner in his Cooper. Some 30,000 spectators were said to have watched the meeting.
The original track, with its fearsome and photogenic Mountain feature, grew to its current 2.25-mile layout in 1962 and hosted the British F3 series the following May. It has three configurations – the rarely used Woodlands circuit, the short Club circuit, and the splendid, daunting Full circuit.

These days, its car racing exploits are confined to club meetings but they are invariably crackers, the track's swooping nature providing fantastic racing.

Seals at Donner Nook
Donna Nook is one of the most accessible sites for seeing seals at a time of breeding in the UK. Elsewhere they either gather on beaches but in far away places like the Scottish islands, or they are out to sea in rocky outcrops. In Lincolnshire it is a short ride from near Louth to the beach and there they are, in late autumn and early winter.
The area is near an RAF bombing range, which though noisy has acted as protection while the colony got established from the early 1970s. They started over a mile out across the mud on the sandbank but presently most are born on the edge of the dunes. The noise and activity doesn't affect them. The RAF sometimes will remove a seal in danger to where most of them congregate, which is out of danger. During the winter months, there is supervision because the public now take a look.


The Wheelie Experience is having a face lift!!!!! Please visit us again soon or for more details call Nicki on 01507 462190 for more info. Hoping to see you soon in 2009.