Located just a few minutes from the centre of Mablethorpe with its shops and activities, White Heather Guest House offers friendly, comfortable and relaxing accommodations for all travelers. Owned and operated by Debbie and Kevin Sutcliffe, White Heather Guest House is a great bed and breakfast for holidays or short weekend breaks. Across the road is Queen’s Park with its children’s play area and boating lake, and not far away, guests will find Mablethorpe’s sandy beach.
An intimate, small bed and breakfast, White Heather Guest House has 6 available guest rooms that have their own en-suite shower rooms, as well as high quality furniture, TV, hair dryer, Wi-Fi access and tea and coffee making facilities. You also have the option of booking the large family room as a twin room, if that is your preference. Cot and high chair are also available upon request.
For breakfast, guests can choose from a varied selection of cereals and fruit juice, followed by freshly-cooked full English breakfast. However, if guests prefer to have something lighter, this can be requested. A snack menu is also available for guests, if they so choose, and it contains a choice of snacks and meals, all home-cooked and using local fresh produce whenever possible. White Heather Guest House strives to maintain their Food Safety 5 Stars by observing excellent food safety and kitchen standards.
There are many fun, exciting and unique experiences and sights to be had and seen in and around Mablethorpe. Aside from the beach which the town is known for, some of them are: Alford Manor House, Alford Craft Market, Alford Jazz Festival, Battle of Britain Museum at Coningsby, Boston, Burgh le Marsh Market Town, Cheeky Monkeys Children’s Play Time, Donna Nook Seal Colony, East Kirby Aviation Centre, Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve, Gunby Hall House & Gardens, Lincolnshire Wolds, Seal Sanctuary, Queen’s Park, Monksthorpe Chapel, Maud Foster Windmill, Old Bolingbroke Castle, Skegness Church Farm Museum, Somersby, Snipe Dales, Spilsby Market Town, Stockwith Mill, Sutton-on-Sea and Wainfleet and Bateman’s Brewery.
After a long day of traipsing around, guests are welcome to use the lounge area to unwind.
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