About Anderby Creek

A certified conservation area that offers a peaceful and unspoilt environment with lovely coastal walking, cycling, and excellent bird watching.

Anderby Creek is surrounded in natural beauty and protected by a preservation order that ensures wildlife thrives and the environment remains pure. This serene area is an ideal location for families to enjoy several outdoor activities like fishing and kite flying. It is also the ideal mini-break for couples to relax and unwind with a stroll on the beach.

Natural beauty
If you’re looking for a quaint holiday destination that offers stunning rural beauty spots and a gorgeous sandy beach that stretches for miles, then look no further. Situated on the North Sea coast of Lincolnshire, 2.5 miles north of Chapel St. Leonards, people travel from miles around to this area which one of the UK’s best kept this secrets.

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The Cloud Bar

The Cloud Bar which is one of the village’s most unique attractions, which is the world’s first official cloud spotting area. Viewers can sit on specially designed cloud spotting seats to enjoy the view whilst viewing platform boasts ‘cloud menus’ to aid you in analysing the sky. The Cloud Appreciation Society were at the opening ceremony in 2009 and have given this attraction 4 stars.

Local amenities

The village has several small stores to keep your basics topped up between visits to the bigger villages and towns during your stay. The Creek Tavern has a small restaurant with a popular Sunday Carvery, and is open everyday until 11pm. The Tavern boasts a well stocked bar with a pool table and games to keep you entertained during the evenings.