Ings Lane, Saddleback Road, Skidbrooke, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 7DHView on map
Why stay here ...
Ings Farm is a new site opened in late 2020. Situated down a no-through road with no passing traffic it is ideal for those who want a quiet, get away from it all, location with plenty of wildlife to watch.
- South and West facing pitches with own water points
- Free unlimited broadband
- Dog Friendly - maximum 3 dogs per outfit (lovely, traffic free, countryside walks straight from the site)
- Separate toilet & hand wash basin (sanitiser gel dispenser and sensor hot water hand washer)
- 16 Amp electric hook ups
- Large flat grass pitches each pitch separated with newly planted hedges.
- South facing communal field shelter with seating area overlooking fields & paddock
- Chemical & Grey waste points with sensor night lights
- Eco-friendly (green) waste tabs/fluid supplied for FREE (one per night per outfit)
The site is ideal for exploring nearby attractions such as;
- Louth picturesque market town with a full complement of shops, antique emporiums, pubs & restaurants and beautiful walks of Hubbards Hill. At St James Church you may be lucky to see the regular pair peregrine falcons nesting in the tower or climb the tower for the fantastic view.
- Popular coastal towns such as Cleethorpes, Mablethorpe & Sutton on Sea which have traditional bucket and spade sandy beaches
- Lincolnshire Wolds (Area of outstanding natural beauty) which is ideal for cycling - only 9 miles away from Ings Farm (gpx Garmin routes provided)
- Donna Nook for both plane spotters & bird watching at the nature reserve
Nearby you can find pubs (offering home cooked food), post office, convenience stores, butchers, Italian Restaurants, fruit & veg shop with pet supplies, supermarket, fish & chips and a petrol station with shop.
The site has undergone major works with the planting of over 3500 native hedging plants, over 50 trees and long grassed “natural” areas to provide a habitat for wildlife. You may well see the pair of little owls, tawny or barn owls (nesting in our boxes between May & June) as well as stoats, weasels, hares, roe deer, badgers, foxes, cuckoos, swallows and of course pheasants. There are over 13 bird boxes, bat nesting, 2 owl boxes around the site which are regularly used.
NOTE: There are open ditches around the site set behind newly planted hedges
Electric amperage: 16
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