Waves Holiday Lets are situated on the East Coast of Lincolnshire in the quiet village of Anderby Creek. An ideal location for couples who want a quiet retreat close to the coast or equally families who want sandy beaches which are close to attractions for children and parents alike.

Anderby Creek is one of only a handful of places on the Lincolnshire Coast that isn't filled with arcades and noisy tourist attractions, making it the ideal destination for those looking for a relaxing getaway. It is, however, perfectly situated between the seaside resorts of Skegness and Mablethorpe for those with younger families wishing to seek out the fun of the fair.

Anderby Creek a coastal holiday of days gone by, offering quiet sands, families and dogs having fun, and a quiet seaside village. The beach is unspoilt, quiet and beautiful.

The surrounding area is well worth exploring, as the East Lincolnshire area is a haven for birdwatchers, ramblers and cyclists, with the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds only a short drive away.

There are 3 places to eat in Anderby Creek; Popas Bar, the Creek Tavern and a seaside café, with plenty of other places only a short walk or drive away. There is also a small village shop stocking all the basic necessities.

One of the more unusual tourist attractions on the Lincolnshire coast is the Cloud Bar at Anderby Creek. This, the world's first official ‘cloud spotting area' was the work of Manchester artist Michael Trainor.

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Waves Holiday Lets are situated on the East Coast of Lincolnshire in the quiet village of Anderby Creek. An ideal location for couples who want a quiet retreat close to the coast
or equally families who want sandy beaches which are close to attractions for children and parents alike.