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Enjoy the experience of owning your very own luxury holiday home on our immaculately maintained Park, situated within the quiet and peaceful surroundings of Chapel Point, only 200 yards away from the sea and sandy beaches of the east coast and just a few minutes walk from the idyllic Lincolnshire countryside. On our family run site you will find a tranquil place to relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With two conservation lakes, a fishing lake and acres of beautifully manicured grounds you will soon realise why our holiday park is the perfect place for you to make your retreat.

The nearest pub is only five minutes walk away serving good local beer, bar snacks and restaurant meals. Lincolnshire's Coastal Country park is also within walking distance with various nature trails, conservation ponds and viewing areas. Perfect for those of you who love seeing wildlife thrive. New to Chapel Point is the North Sea Observatory, providing beautiful views over the coast, with a lovely cafe and observation deck. 


We are located only three miles away from Ingoldmells and six miles away from Skegness, providing plenty of fun for the family with resorts such as Butlins and Fantasy Island. Alternatively travel inland and visit the lovely market towns of Louth, Spilsby, Alford and Horncastle. All of which have a variety of cafes, tea rooms, traditional shops and regular market days selling the very best local produce.

For more details of what we have to offer please explore our website and do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any further inquiries.

Here are just some of our reviews

"We cannot find another site as good as this one, the grounds are perfect and well maintained, so peaceful we never want to go home. We have had a seasonal pitch for three seasons and we never tire of the place. The beach is just across the road, local pub & local shop just around the corner and a short walk into village. What more do you need... would highly recommend this site for a relaxing peaceful break."

— Caz Neil Warner

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