Muckton is situated in open countryside on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, between the beautiful Tennyson country and the golden sands of the east coast, making it an ideal location to explore the many attractions of this largely undiscovered region.

Good food and entertainment can be found in the historic market towns of Louth, Alford and Horncastle, with the cathedral city of Lincoln within easy reach. Places of interest include wind and watermills, Cadwell Park motor racing circuit, Market Rasen racecourse and several golf courses.

The area is ideal for rambling, cycling and horse riding (it may be possible to arrange short stay livery with the family run stables located in the village ( http://www.new-farm-equestrian.co.uk/home).

Local attractions include:

Louth Historic Market Town

Louth is known typically as the capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds. A wide selection of independent retailers, grocers, butchers. Off the Market place is the department store Eve and Ranshaw, whose history can be traced back to 1781 and is well worth a visit.

Markets are held weekly on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

Cadwell Park

Cadwell Park motor racing circuit is based 5 miles south of Louth. Used mainly for motorcycle racing and the venue for the British Superbike Championship held on the August Bank Holiday weekend. During the week the circuit offers some general test days and driving experiences, and can on occasion be hired our for private track days.

Seals – Donna Nook

Britain’s population of grey seals is considered to be of international conservation importance. Donna Nook is home to a colony of some 3000 seals at certain times of the year. Donna Nook dunes, mudflats and saltmarshes also attract large numbers of birds. The area is owned by the MOD is used as a bombing range however this does not seem to bother the seals and wildlife in the slightest.

Coastal town of Skegness

Skegness is a seaside resort offering a friendly atmosphere with plenty of entertainment for all ages. Rail excursions to this resort have brought visitors in their thousands over the years and gave rise to one of the town’s best known icons – The Jolly Fisherman.